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Donald Young 2001 USTA Junior Seeding/Selection List

Top players: 1. Donald O Young, 2. Leo Rosenberg, 3. Steve Johnson, 4. Jason Jung, 5. Brennan Boyajian

Published on December 18, 2001 at 3pm.
This list includes 930 eligible players and 16249 match results.



USTA National Seeding and Selection Lists (SSLs) are calculated at least monthly and are based on match results in sanctioned events in the division being calculated and on match results in the next younger division between players who have results in the division being calculated. Only events that had a starting date during the 365 days prior to the publication of the SSL are used. In order to appear on the list, you must have accumulated at least 4 event participation points from Level 5 or higher events, you must have at least one win over other players who have accumulated 4 event participation points from Level 5 or higher events in your age group and you must be age eligible for the division on the date the SSL was published. Information on event participation point assignments may be found in the USTA publication, ?Friend at Court,? and in the USTA National Junior Tournament Schedule.

If you find that your record is in error or incomplete you are urged to submit record corrections or additions by e-mail to williamson@playdev.usta.com (girls) or evans@playdev.usta.com (boys). You may also send inquiries or corrections to jrcomp@playdev.usta.com. E-mail is preferred, but you can mail your corrections to USTA Junior Rankings, 7310 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne, FL 33149 or FAX them to (305) 365-8781. Corrections and additions will be made to the results database and will be used for the next SSL publication.

USTA Super National Selection Lists (SNSLs) are calculated and published three times per year, January 15, May 1 and October 1, and are based on match results in sanctioned events in the division being calculated and on match results in the next younger division between players who have results in the division being calculated. In order to appear on the list you must have played at least three tournaments including at least one Level 1, 2 or 3 tournament, you must have at least one win over other players who have met this same tournament participation requirement and you must be age eligible for the next Super National Championship in that age division. Information on event level assignments may be found in the USTA publication, ?Friend at Court, and in the USTA National Junior Tournament Schedule. In addition, amateur junior players who have a top 50 ITF Junior Ranking, a top 600 WTA ranking or a top 1000 ATP ranking are also included on the SNSLs.

Players have ten days from the dates of publication of the Super National Selection Lists to bring any administrative errors to the attention of the player development staff. The lists will be republished after any administrative errors are corrected. Report any administrative errors by e-mail to williamson@playdev.usta.com (girls) or Evans@playdev.usta.com (boys). You may also send inquiries or corrections to jrcomp@playdev.usta.com. E-mail is preferred, but you can mail your notification to USTA Junior Rankings, 7310 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne, FL 33149 or FAX them to (305) 365-8781. Failure on the part of the player to correct previously published but erroneous match results or to submit Level 6 tournament results or Level 5 tournament results that were not published to the Internet are not considered to be administrative errors.



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