Xavier Pacthod

Six Win Titles Weekend Of March 13-15

Six JMTA students took championships the weekend of March 13-15.

Xavier Pacthod (pictured) won at Boys 18 singles at the L1B Sportime Lake Isle Spring Challenger; Alex Portnoy won Boys 14 singles and Denise Lai was the winner at Girls 14 singles at the at the L1B WG March Challenger; Alex Vinsky took Boys 12 singles at the L1B Jericho/Westbury March Challenger; Dominick Mosejczuk was the Boys 10 singles champion at the L1B 10U Hardscrabble Open; and Sophie Cisse claimed the Girls 12 singles title at the L2O Sportime Harbor Island Spring Open.

Full results follow:

L1B Sportime Lake Isle Spring Challenger

Boys’ 18 Singles;

Xavier Pacthod; Champion

L1B WG March Challenger

Boys’ 14 Singles

Alex Portnoy; Champion

Maxwell Kachkarov; Finalist; defeated the #1 seed

Girls’ 14 Singles

Denise Lai; Champion

Girls’ 16 Singles

Katherine Kachkarov; Finalist

L1B Jericho/Westbury March Challenger

Boys’ 12 Singles

Alex Vinsky; Champion

L1B 10U Hardscrabble Open

Boys’ 10 Singles

Dominick Mosejczuk; Champion

L1B Point Set Tennis St. Patty’s Day Challenger

Girls’ 16 Singles

Daniella Benabraham; Finalist

L1B Hardscrabble March Challenger

Sam Scherer; Finalist

L1B GHRC March Challenger

Girls’ 10 Singles

Hailey Lessen; Semifinalist

Linda Ziets-Segura; won one consolation match

Boys’ 10 Singles

Cal Wider; Quarterfinalist

L1B March Challenger at Courtsense

Boys’ 12 Singles

David Hendon; Semifinalist

Girls’ 10 Singles

Victoria McEnroe; Semifinalist

L1B Sportime Quogue March Challenger

Boys’ 14 Singles

Zachary Portnoy; Semifinalist

L1B Alley Pond March Challenger

Girls’ 12 Singles

Julia Werdiger; Semifinalist

L2O Sportime Harbor Island Spring Open

Girls’ 12 Singles

Sophie Cisse; Champion

 

MSG Trip

JMTA Tournament Team Update

JMTA’s Tournament Travel Team has had a busy few weeks! The latest JMTA Training Camp was held on Sunday, March 8th at SPORTIME Bethpage for Boys and Girls 14 & Under.  Just a few days later, on March 10th,  Coach Greg Bolitsky accompanied a group of JMTA students to the BNP Paribas Showdown at Madison Square Garden featuring Roger Federer, Grigor Dimitrov, Monica Seles and Gabriela Sabatini, and  the Team wrapped up the week with a challenge match against the High-Performance Tennis Academy from Philadelphia, PA on March 15th at SPORTIME Bethpage.

Led by JMTA players Cannon Kingsley, Spencer Brachman, Billy Suarez, Joseph Wilkanowski, Chelsea Williams, Diana McCready, Perene Wang, Daniela Hernandez, Daniella Benabraham, and Rebecca Suarez, JMTA defeated HPTA on Sunday, March 15th at SPORTIME Bethpage. “Congratulations to all of the players who competed in the challenge match against the HPTA-Riverside Academy”, said Coach Bolitsky. “Everyone did an amazing job representing JMTA, conducting themselves professionally, and exhibiting great sportsmanship in their victory.”

If you are interested in joining the JMTA Tournament Team, please contact Coach Bolitsky at 212-427-6150 or GBolitsky@SportimeNY.com.

March 15 Challenge Match March 8 Training Camp

Suarez, Gradin Take Weekend Championships

Rebecca Suarez, who won the Girls 12 singles at the L1B Point Set Tennis Springtime Challenger, and Harrison Graden, the champion at Boys 10 singles at the L1B Bethpage State Park March Challenger, took tournament titles the weekend ending March 8. Gradin toppled the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds en route to his crown.

Full results follow:

L1 Courtsense at Bogota & TRC Racquet March Championships

Boys’ 18 Singles

Jake Bhangdia; Finalist

Zachary Kaplan; Round of 32

Xavier Pacthod; Round of 32

Colin Sacco; Round of 32

Girls’ 18 Singles

Nathalie Rodilosso; Finalist

Boys’ 10 Singles

Astro Pilipovic; Finalist

Dominick Mosejczuk; Round of 16

Girls’ 10 Singles

Sophia Cisse; Quarterfinalist

L1 Mendon March Championships

Boys’ 12 Singles

Luca DeMare; Quarterfinalist

L1 Sportime Bethpage March Championships

Boys’ 14 Singles

Billy Suarez; Semifinalist

Blake Frank; Round of 16

Maxwell Kachkarov; Round of 16

Marcos Lee; Round of 32

Joseph Wilkanowski; Round of 32

Wesley Zhang; Round of 32

L1 Stadium Tennis Center March Championships

Girls’ 12 Singles

Kassia Taylor; Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 12 Singles

Sachin Palta; Round of 16

L1B Point Set Tennis Springtime Challenger

Girls’ 12 Singles

Rebecca Suarez; Champion

Janelle Chen; Finalist

Boys’ 12 Singles

Adrien Jippov; Semifinalist

L1B Bethpage State Park March Challenger

Boys’ 10 Singles

Harrison Gradin; Champion; defeated the #1 and #2 seeds

L1B WOTC Spring Challenger

Girls’ 14 Singles

Jih Su Ryu; Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 14 Singles

Noah Kaye; Round of 16

Justin Taub; Round of 16

L1B Jericho/Westbury March Challenger

Girls’ 16 Singles

Calista Sha; Semifinalist

Boys’ 16 Singles

David Ammendola; Quarterfinalist

George Kaslow; Quarterfinalist

L1B LBTC Top Spin Challenger

Boys’ 18 Singles

Michael DeNigris; Quarterfinalist

L1 Mendon March Championships

Boys’ 16 Singles

Daniel Weitz; Finalist

Boys’ 12 Singles

Michael Weitz; Semifinalist; defeated #3 seed

Luca DeMare; Quarterfinalist

Tsvetkov AEPOW

Stony Brook’s Elizabeth Tsvetkov is the America East Women’s Tennis Player of the Week

Freshman Elizabeth Tsvetkov of Stony Brook has been named the America East Player of the Week by the Division I conference.

In its wrapup of the week, AmericaEast.com noted that Elizabeth did not lose a match, going 4-0 against ranked opponents.

Against the No. 43 ranked in the nation according to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) rankings, Tsvetkov teamed up with Kristina Vozniak to win their doubles match (6-3). She then went on to defeat her singles opponent in No. 4 singles 4-6, 7-6, 6-3.

The Seawolves did lose their perfect record the following day against No. 36 Harvard, 5 points to 2.  In the loss, Tsvetkov and Vozniak won again in their doubles match (8-5), and the Brooklyn, New York native completed the undefeated week with a 7-5, 6-0 win.

Tsvetkov’s heroics have helped the Seawolves earn their first national ranking, at No. 53 by the ITA.

Harrison Gradin

Seven Win Weekend Titles

Seven JMTA students earned championships, including five in singles, the weekend ending Feb. 25.

Lubomir Cuba won in Boys 18 singles at the L1 New Shrewsbury Racquet Club Eastern Grand Prix; Sean Patrick was the Boys 18 champ at the L1B Point Set Tennis February Challenger; and Harrison Gradin (pictured) took Boys 10 singles at the L1B Tennis Gladiatorz Championships; and Taylor Overstrom won Girls 12 singles at the L2O Sportime Lynbrook.

Three JMTA students won at Boys 14 at the L2O Jericho/Westbury Winter Open: Harrison Saladini was the singles champ and the tandem of Aaron and Alex Vinsky won the doubles title.

Full results:

+L1 New Shrewsbury Racquet Club Eastern Grand Prix

Boys’ 18 Singles

Lubomir Cuba; Champion

Sean Mullins; Quarterfinalist; won one consolation match

Oliver Sec; Quarterfinalist

Athell Bennett; Round of 16; won two consolation matches

Same Turchetta; Round of 16

Maurice Russo; won one consolation match

Colin Sacco; Main Draw

Jake Bhangdia; Main Draw

Stephen Gruppuso; Main Draw

+L1 West Rock Eastern Grand Prix

Girls’ 16 Singles

Aleksandra Bekirova; Quarterfinalist

Ashley Lessen; Quarterfinalist

Georgia Ryan; won three consolation matches

Nathalie Rodilosso; won two consolation matches

Chelsea Williams; won one consolation match

Merri Kelly; Main Draw

+L1 Bogota Eastern Grand Prix

Boys’ 12 Singles

Maxwell Kachkarov; Quarterfinalist; won one consolation match

Sebastian Sec; Quarterfinalist

Luca DeMare; Round of 16

Alexander Karman; Round of 16

Wesley Zhang; won two consolation matches

Sachin Palta; Main Draw

Sam Scherer; Main Draw

Jack Benavides; Main Draw

Sidharth Chawla; Main Draw

+L1 Stadium Tennis Center Eastern Grand Prix

Boys’ 14 Singles

Blake Frank; Round of 16

Maxwell Moadel; Round of 16

Joseph Wilkanowski; Round of 16

Harrison Saladini; Round of 32

Tristan Taylor; Round of 32

Robbie Werdiger; Round of 32

Justin Oresky; Main Draw

Harry Portnoy; Main Draw

Sujay Sharma; Main Draw

+L1 Mtn Lakes Eastern Grand Prix

Girls’ 14 Singles

Katelyn Walker; Round of 16

Calista Sha; won one consolation match

+L1 Tiger Tennis Eastern Grand Prix

Girls’ 18 Singles

Michelle Sorokko; Round of 16; won three consolation matches

Gillian Perrotta; Round of 16

Christina Puccinelli; Round of 16

Loren Haukova; won two consolation matches

Sabrina Barisano; Main Draw

+L1 WOTC Eastern Grand Prix

Boys’ 16 Singles

Cannon Kingsley; Round of 16; won one consolation match

Daniel Weitz; Round of 32

Brandon Grill; Round of 32

Gardner Howe; Round of 32

Timothy Nacca; Main Draw

Neel Raj; Main Draw

Lantis Wang; Main Draw

Peter Frelinghuysen; Main Draw

+L1 Jersey 34 Eastern Grand Prix

Girls’ 12 Singles

Rebecca Suarez; Main Draw

L1B Point Set Tennis February Challenger

Boys’ 18 Singles

Sean Patrick; Champion

Colin Sacco; Finalist

L1B Tennis Gladiatorz Championships

Boys’ 10 Singles

Harrison Gradin; Champion

Dominick Mosejczuk; Finalist

Bobby Duskin; Semifinalist

L1B Sportime Lake Isle February Challenger

Girls’ 14 Singles

Zoe Kava; Finalist

Audrey Pacthod; Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 14 Singles

Nikolay Sahakyan; Quarterfinalist

L1B Bethpage State Park Winter Challenger

Boys’ 12 Singles

Sam Scherer; Finalist; defeated #2 seed

Gunnar Overstrom; Semifinalist

L2O Jericho/Westbury Winter Open

Boys’14

Harrison Saladini; Singles Champion

Aaron Vinsky; Singles Semifinalist; Doubles Champion

Alex Vinsky; Singles Semifinalist; Doubles Champion

Girls’ 14 Singles

Leah Margulies; Finalist; defeated #1 seed

Jih Su Ryu; Semifinalist

L2O Sportime Lynbrook

Girls’ 12 Singles

Taylor Overstrom; Champion

Eleanor Apps; Semifinalist

Boys’ 16 Singles

Jackson Trevor; Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 12 Singles

Jack Volpert; Quarterfinalist

L2O Hardscrabble February Open

Boys’ 16 Singles

Ethan Finley; Semifinalist

L2O NYJTL February Open

Girls’ 12 Singles

Julia Werdiger; Singles Semifinalist

Robbie Werdiger2

Werdiger, Jippov, Kelly, Hendon Win Weekend Titles

Four JMTA students won titles over the weekend ending February 25.

Robbie Werdiger (pictured) was the champion at Boys 14 at the L1A at Sportime Schenectady; Adrien Jippov took the Boys 12 crown at the L1B Cunningham Park Tennis Center February Challenger, knocking off the No. 2 seed and defeating fellow JMTA student Astro Pilipovic in the final. Pilipovic had taken out the No. 1 seed along the way.

Titles were also claimed by Merri Kelly (Girls 18, L1B GHRC Winter Challenger) and David Hendon (Boys 12, O Sportime Syosset February Open).

Full results:

L1A at Sportime Schenectady

Boys’ 14 Singles

Robbie Werdiger; Champion

L1B Cunningham Park Tennis Center February Challenger

Boys’ 12 Singles

Adrien Jippov; Champion; defeated #2 seed

Astro Pilipovic; Finalist; defeated #1 Seed

Bradley Bennett; Semifinalist

Boys’ 14 Singles

Scott Fischer; Semifinalist

L1B GHRC Winter Challenger

Girls’ 18 Singles

Merri Kelly; Champion

Girls’ 14 Singles

Zoe Kava; Finalist

Boys’ 14 Singles

Ty Switzer; Finalist

Alex Portnoy; Semifinalist

L1B Sportime Quogue February Challenger

Girls’ 16 Singles

Francesca Karman; Finalist

L1B Sportime Randall’s Island February Challenger

Girls’ 16 Singles

Daniella Benabraham; Finalist; defeated the #2 seed

Sabrina Abrams; Semifinalist

Anna Maite Kaplan; Quarterfinalist

Aleksandra Sanford; Quarterfinalist

L1B Sportime HI Winter Challenger

Boys’ 18 Singles

Xavier Pacthod; Semifinalist

L2O Sportime Syosset February Open

Boys’ 12 Singles

David Hendon; Champion

Jack Volpert; Quarterfinalist

L2O Sportime Lake Isle February Open

Boys’ 14 Singles

Kevin Golub; Finalist

Ct Open Event

John McEnroe To Participate In Connecticut Open Legends Event

John McEnroe will compete at the Men’s Legends Event at the Connecticut Open Presented by United Technologies on Friday, August 28, when he takes on Jim Courier. The match will be played after the 7 p.m. WTA feature match on stadium court.

James Blake will battle Andy Roddick in the other matchup on Thursday, August 27.

For more information or to purchase your Pro-Am package, please contact Christie Cole at 203-776-7331 ext. 5811 or ccole@ctopen.org

The Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies will be held August 21-29 at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, and features five different competitions including WTA qualifying, WTA singles, WTA doubles, Men’s Legends, and the US Open National Playoffs Championship. The Connecticut Open is prominently featured domestically on ESPN2 and is also broadcast in 160 countries around the world.

Sophia Cisse-2

Nine Win Titles In Tournament Play

Nine JMTA students took championships the weekend ending Feb. 17.

Lubomir Cuba won at Boys 18 at the USTA National Selection Tournament- February at RWTTC, defeating the No. 1 seed; Cannon Kingsley won Boys 14 at the USTA National Selection Tournament- February at Tri-City Fitness; Blake Frank won the Boys 14 singles at L1A Stadium Tennis Center February Championships; Natalie Eordekian was the Girls 12 winner at L1A Sportime Bethpage February Championships; Sachin Palta won the Boys 14 singles at the L2O Staten Island Community Tennis Center Jr & Adult February; and Sophia Cisse (pictured) was the champion at Girls 12 at the L2O TI Academy February Open.

The L1A Sportime Schenectady President’s Cup, a National Showcase Tournament, produced three singles winners, including Robbie Werdiger at Boys 14, Astro Pilipovic at Boys 10 and Julia Werdiger at Girls 10.

Full results follow.

USTA National Selection Tournament- February at RWTTC

Boys’ 18

Lubomir Cuba; Singles Champion; defeated the #1 seed; Doubles Finalist

Jack Turchetta; Singles Quarterfinalist

Sam Turchetta; Round of 16 Singles; Consolation Winner; Doubles Quarterfinalist

Oliver Sec; Main Draw; won one match in consolation; Doubles Quarterfinalist

USTA National Selection Tournament- February at Tri-City Fitness

Boys’ 14

Cannon Kingsley; Singles Champion

Lantis Wang; Singles Semifinalist; Doubles Quarterfinalist

Neel Raj; Round of 16 Singles

USTA Closed Regional Tournament- February (Region 3) – Longmeadow, MA

Boys’ 16

Daniel Pellerito; 3rd Place Singles; Doubles Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 18

Sean Mullins; Singles Quarterfinalist

Colin Sacco; Singles consolation semifinalist

USTA National Selection Tournament- February – Cincinnati, OH

Girls’ 18

Madison Battaglia; Singles Quarterfinalist

Sabrina Xiong; Round of 16 Singles; won two matches in consolation

USTA National Selection Tournament- February – Cincinnati, OH

Girls’ 14

Michelle Sorokko; Singles Quarterfinalist; won two matches in consolation; Doubles Semifinalist

Georgia Ryan; Round of 16 Singles; Doubles Quarterfinalist

Merri Kelly; Singles Main Draw; Doubles Semifinalist

Perene Wang; Singles Main Draw

USTA National Selection Tournament- February- Largo, FL

Girls’ 14

Katherine Kachkarov; Singles Quarterfinalist

USTA National Selection Tournament- February- Quakertown, PA

Boys’ 12

Sebastian Sec; Singles Quarterfinalist

Wesley Zhang; Round of 16 Singles; won match in consolation; Doubles Main Draw

USTA National Selection Tournament (B12) – February – Greensboro, NC

Boys’ 12

Ty Switzer; Round of 16 Singles

Alexander Karman; Singles Main Draw; won one match in consolation; Doubles Main Draw

USTA National Selection Tournament – February – Columbus, GA

Boys’ 14

Billy Suarez; Round of 16 Singles

Boys’ 16

Sean Patrick; Singles Main Draw

USTA National Selection Tournament- February – San Antonio, TX

Boys’ 16

Hayden Cassone; Singles consolation Finalist

USTA National Selection Tournament- February – Grand Rapids, MI

Girls’ 12

Daniella Benabraham; Singles Main Draw; won two matches in consolation; Doubles Quarterfinalist

USTA National Selection Tournament – February – Ridgeland, MS

Girls’ 16

Nathalie Rodilosso; Singles Main Draw

USTA National Selection Tournament- February – Altamonte Springs, FL

Boys’ 18

Athell Bennett; Singles Main Draw

USTA Closed Regional Tournament – February (Region 3) at CourtSense at Bogota & Tenafly RC

Girls’ 16

Lauren Munari; Singles Quarterfinalist

Victoria Sec; Round of 16 Singles; Consolation Finalist

Aleksandra Bekirova; won three matches in consolation; Doubles Quarterfinalist

Ashley Lessen; won one match in consolation; Doubles Quarterfinalist

USTA Closed Regional Tournament- February (Region 3) at Sound Shore

Boys’ 14

Kabir Rajpal; Singles Quarterfinalist; Doubles Quarterfinalist

Harry Portnoy; Singles Main Draw

Zachary Portnoy; Doubles Main Draw

USTA Closed Regional Tournament- February (Region 3) at Lifetime Westchester

Boys’ 12

Sam Scherer; Round of 16 Singles; won one match in consolation

Luca DeMare; Singles Main Draw

Alex Vinsky; won two matches in consolation; Doubles Quarterfinalist

USTA Closed Regional Tournament- February (Region 3) at Tiger Tennis

Girls’ 14

Francesca Karman; Singles Main Draw; won one match in consolation

L1A Sportime Schenectady President’s Cup (National Showcase Tournament)

Boys’ 14 Singles

Robbie Werdiger; Champion

Harrison Saladini; Semifinalist; defeated the #2 and #8 seeds

Boys’ 10 Singles

Astro Pilipovic; Champion

Girls’ 10 Singles

Julia Werdiger; Champion

L1A Stadium Tennis Center February Championships

Boys’ 14 Singles

Blake Frank; Champion

Tristan Taylor; Finalist

Marcos Lee; Round of 16

Girls’ 14 Singles

Audrey Pacthod; Round of 16

L1A Sportime Bethpage February Championships

Girls’ 12 Singles

Natalie Eordekian; Champion

L1A Huntington February Championships

Girls’ 16 Singles

Stephanie Chikvashvili; Semifinalist

Calista Sha; Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 16 Singles

Brandon Grill; Round of 16

Katelyn Walker; Round of 16

L1B Port Washington Winter Classic Challenger

Boys’ 16 Singles

Timothy Nacca; Quarterfinalist

L1B Armonk February Challenger

Girls’ 12 Singles

Alyssa An; Quarterfinalist

L2O Staten Island Community Tennis Center Jr & Adult February

Boys’ 14 Singles

Sachin Palta; Champion

L2O TI Academy February Open

Girls’ 12 Singles

Sophia Cisse; Champion

Boys’ 12 Singles

Mike Shepard; Round of 16

Madison Battaglia

Seven Take Weekend Doubles Titles

Seven JMTA students claimed championships over the weekend, including five doubles crowns. Jack and Sam Turchetta teamed to win Boys 18 doubles and Madison Battaglia and Sabrian Xiong did the same in Girls 18 doubles at the Empire Cup National Doubles at Armonk. Alexander Karman was also a winner in Boys 12 Doubles at the Empire Cup National Doubles at Hardscrabble.

Singles winners were Harrison Gradin in Boys 10 at L1B February 10U Challenger at Hardscrabble and Jackson Trevor in Boys 16 at L2O CourtSense at Bogota Racquet Club Winter Open.

Full results follow:

Empire Cup National Doubles at Armonk

Boys’ 18 Doubles

Jack Turchetta; Champion

Sam Turchetta; Champion

Athell Bennett; Consolation Winner

Sean Mullins; Consolation Finalist

Tyler Schick; Main Draw

Oliver Sec; Main Draw

Jake Bhangdia; Main Draw

Girls’ 18 Doubles

Madison Battaglia; Champion

Sabrina Xiong; Champion

Ekim Buyuk; Quarterfinalist

Empire Cup National Doubles at Hardscrabble

Boys’ 12 Doubles

Alexander Karman; Champion

Luca DeMare; Quarterfinalist

Sam Scherer; Quarterfinalist

Sachin Palta; Consolation Finalist

Girls’ 12 Doubles

Daniella Benabraham; 4th Place

Natalie Eordekian; Quarterfinalist; Consolation semifinalist

Rebecca Suarez; Quarterfinalist; Consolation semifinalist

Empire Cup National Doubles at West Rock

Girls’ 16 Doubles

Hayden Cassone; Finalist

Michelle Sorokko; 3rd Place

Nathalie Rodilosso; Quarterfinalist

Victoria Sec; Quarterfinalist

Ashley Lessen; Quarterfinalist

Maranda Sears; Quarterfinalist

Chelsea Williams; Round of 16; Consolation Winner

Loren Haukova; Consolation Finalist

Lauren Munari; Consolation Semifinalist

Aleksandra Bekirova; Main Draw

Katherine Kachkarov; Main Draw

Boys’ 16 Doubles

Sean Wei; 3rd Place

Sean Patrick; 4th Place

Daniel Pellerito; 4th Place

Brandon Grill; Round of 16; Consolation Quarterfinalist

Shawn Jackson; Round of 16; Consolation Quarterfinalist

Daniel Weitz; Round of 16; Consolation Quarterfinalist

Neel Raj; Consolation Quarterfinalist

Timothy Nacca; Main Draw

Empire Cup National Doubles at Saw Mill

Girls’ 14 Doubles

Perene Wang; Quarterfinalist

Francesca Karman; Quarterfinalist

Empire Cup National Doubles at Sportime Harbor Island

Boys’ 14 Doubles

Sujay Sharma; Quarterfinalist

Alex Portnoy; Round of 16

Joseph Wilkanowski; Consolation Winner

Sebastian Sec; Consolation Semifinalist

Tristan Taylor; Consolation Semifinalist

Maxwell Kachkarov; Consolation Semifinalist

Wesley Zhang; Consolation Semifinalist

Billy Suarez; Main Draw

Robbie Werdiger; Main Draw

Harry Portnoy; Main Draw

L1B February 10U Challenger at Hardscrabble

Boys’ 10 Singles

Harrison Gradin; Champion

L1B Point Set Tennis Winter Challenger

Girls’ 16 Singles

Merri Kelly; Finalist

Calista Sha; Quarterfinalist

Boys’ 16 Singles

Kabir Rajpal; Quarterfinalist

L1B Jericho/Westbury Challenger

Boys’ 18 Singles

Stephen Gruppuso; Finalist

Robert Millman; Quarterfinalist

L1B GHRC February Challenger

Boys’ 10 Singles

Dominick Mosejczuk; Semifinalist

L1B Mtn Lakes February Challenger

Boys’ 14 Singles

Blake Frank; Quarterfinalist

Noah Kaye; Round of 16

L2O CourtSense at Bogota Racquet Club Winter Open

Boys’ 16 Singles

Jackson Trevor; Champion

Girls’ 12 Singles

Carolyn Finerman; Semifinalist

Boys’ 12 Singles

John Hilledgar; Quarterfinalist

L2O Sportime Lake Isle February Open

Girls’ 12 Singles

Abigail Hammer; Quarterfinalist

Madison Brengle

JMTA Coach Phillip Simmonds Partners with World No. 46 Madison Brengle

JMTA coach Phillip Simmonds accompanied WTA player Madison Brengle to a very successful trip abroad during the Australian Open. The team that paired up during the US Open trained together previously at IMG in Bradenton, Florida. Madison had some great results, reaching her first WTA final in Hobart as well as a 4th round appearance in the Australian Open.

With her ranking nearly cutting in half, Madison is currently ranked 46 (a career high). En route to securing her current ranking Madison defeated the #13 player in the world Andrea Petkovic along with a number of other women within the top 100.

Madison looks to continue her good form with the help of Phillip moving forward into the early spring and the European swing of events coming up which will include the French Open and Wimbledon.