2006 USTA Boys' 18,16 National Clays


Michael Venus


Brennan Boyajian


Andrew Kells



31-Jul-2006
Mistakes Foil Venus at Legg Mason
There is one silver lining about the first-round defeat Michael Venus suffered Monday at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic. At least he won't have to take on second-seeded Andy Roddick in the second round of the pro tournament.

30-Jul-2006
Fugate, Boyajian Tapped Out of Legg Mason
Despite a quick change in surfaces, the USTA National Clay Courts 16s champion made his presence felt at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic.

23-Jul-2006
Venus Shocks Fugate And Gains Legg Mason Wild Card
Now that he has a spot in the main draw of the Legg Mason pro tournament, Michael Venus is thinking about turning pro.

23-Jul-2006
Boyajian Completes Run Through Boys' 16 Clay Court Field
Brennan Boyajian put on a display of classic tennis Sunday, using placement and spin to complete his romp through the Boys' 16 field in the USTA National Clay Court Tennis Championships.

22-Jul-2006
Strong Finish Puts Venus Into Title Match
Michael Venus stumbled after getting off to a great start. Fortunately for him, he had a strong finish.

22-Jul-2006
Boyajian, Kells to Play for 16s Title
Brennan Boyajian took the short route. For Andrew Kells, it was a marathon. But they both grabbed spots in Sunday's Boys' 16 title match at the USTA National Clay Courts Tennis Championships.

21-Jul-2006
Confident McNaughton In Semifinals
Jason McNaughton had watched his quarterfinal opponent play, so h felt confident going into his Friday match.

21-Jul-2006
Sandgren Wins One for the Ages
At the age of 18, Davey Sandgren felt old.

21-Jul-2006
Fugate Continues Winning Way
Just about the time Jason Morgenstern began to tire, Marcus Fugate began to get going.

20-Jul-2006
Belgium Practice Aids Brewer's Game
Matthew Brewer believes a stay in Belgium is the reason hes in the quarterfinals of the USTA National Clay Court Tennis Championships.

20-Jul-2006
Venus Rising, Ousting Bucko
It wasn't a free ride by any means, but Michael Venus was getting something for free, and that helped put him in the Boys' 18 quarterfinals of the USTA National Clay Court Tennis Championships.

19-Jul-2006
Rux Knocks Off Hochwalt
Jordan Rux proved Wednesday that he can handle the heat - both on and off the court.

19-Jul-2006
Old Story Repeats Itself
It was the same old story with the same old ending. David vs. Goliath. David wins.

19-Jul-2006
Jenkins Upsets No. 3 Seed
Jarmere Jenkins of College Park, Ga., is working overtime, but making it pay off.

18-Jul-2006
Lesson Learned Leads To Win
Maksim Tikhomirov has learned his lesson well.

18-Jul-2006
Spencer's As Hot As the Weather
With the temperature hovering around 100 and a withering sun beating down, Wil Spencer added a little heat of his own Tuesday at the USTA National Clay Court Championships.

17-Jul-2006
Top Seed Conquers Heat and Opponent
Marcus Fugate was a late arrival at the USTA National Clay Courts tournament. And when he showed up early Monday, he had two surprises awaiting him.

16-Jul-2006
Moms Keep Pace with Their Traveling Sons


16-Jul-2006
Lin A Common Name
They share the same last name and the same culture. But it was the sport of tennis that brought them together.

16-Jul-2006
Abergel Conquers Clay and Opponent
There were a lot of problems in Jordan Abergel's first-round match Sunday at the USTA National Clay Court Championships.

5-Jul-2006
USTA National Clay Courts Has Strong Field, Wild Card
Hochwalt surprised at strength of field in "The Clays"

27-Apr-2006
World-Class Photographers Return
Manuela and Jeff Davies will provide photos for ustaclay.com

27-Apr-2006
Radio Tennis Will Cover 4 Days of "The Clays"
The live webcasts will begin in the quarterfinals on Thursday, 7/20.

27-Apr-2006
Bob Greene to Provide Article Coverage
Legendary AP tennis writer will join staff for this summer



Information last updated on July 23, 2006 at 5:32 PM
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