All 10-and-Under matches will be played on a 78' court using the green dot ball. Players are required to move through the USTA Progression earning stars and trophies (unless they were grandfathered into green ball at the end of 2016) in orange ball events. Orange ball 60' 10-and-under competition will not be offered at the Palmetto Championships. Competition at the Southern Closed Championships will also be on a 78' court using the green dot ball.
Visit sctennis.com and click on "The Quest for Stars and Trophies" or contact James Tart at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how your 10-and-under child may advance through the youth tennis progression and qualify for green dot ball competition.
- Singles-Deuce scoring, mini-sets with first 4 games (win by 2). A 7-point tiebreaker will be played when games reach 4-all. A 7-point tiebreaker will be played in lieu of a third set.
- Doubles-One no-ad set with a 7-point tiebreaker at 6-all.
- Singles-Compass draw with numerous consolation draws. Players will continue to play through the weekend, win or lose.
- Doubles-Regular draw with no consolation.
The 10-and-under competition will begin at 11:00 on Friday, May 26 in Belton. All players should check in at the Belton Tennis Center on Friday. A block party will be held for all 10-and-under players and families at the Belton Depot at 4:30 Friday afternoon.
All 10-and-under matches will move to the Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center Saturday and Sunday.
Note: The 10-and-under divisions play out in 3 days. Pending weather delays competition will end on Sunday afternoon.