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Over 200 Tennis Players Registered For 2010 Burger King Interscholastic Singles Tennis Championships

04/28/10

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Over 200 Tennis Players Registered For 2010 Burger King Interscholastic Singles Tennis Championships

Twenty three schools will be represented at this year's Burger King Interscholastic Tennis Championship which is set to serve off on April 29 and culminate with the finals on Sunday May 2.

This year's entrants are Norman Manley High, Howard Cooke Primary, Chetwood Primary, Knockalva Technical High, Midland Prep, St. Mary High, Heinz Simonitsch, St's Peter & Paul Prep, Jamaica College, Hampton Prep, St. Thomas Moore Prep, Wolmer's Girls School, KBC Learning Centre, St. Andrew High for Girls, Hillel School, Immaculate High, Hossanah Prep, St. Andrew's Prep, St. Hugh's Prep, Campion College, St. George's College, Glenmuir Prep, and Wolmer's Boys.

Two hundred and eight juniors have already been registered for the Singles Championship which is in its 15th year. The competition, which is sponsored to the tune of $700,000 from title sponsors Burger King, will be played across four venues, The Eric Bell Tennis Centre, Wolmer's High School for Girls, Senior Common Room UWI and the Liguanea Club. Play will get underway in the Boys and Girls 18, 16, 14 and 12 and under categories.

The Boys and Girls 18, 16 and 14 and under will play in a best of three sets format with a seven point tie breaker in lieu of a third set up to the quarter finals. The quarter final and upwards will feature a best of three sets duel.

The Boys and Girls 12 and under will feature a best of three short sets with the first player to four games winning the match. The semi-final and final will be best of three sets with a seven point tie breaker in the 3rd and final set.

Boys and Girls 10 and under will play a pro-set with the first player to eight games winning the match.

This year's tournament referee will be Jordache Deuce with Ann Marie Vassell Barnes serving as Tournament coordinator.

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