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  • Writer's pictureMichael Augsberger

Rayan, Rosenstein take titles


9/24 UTR 18U

9/25 UTR 12U

Arthur Rosenstein didn't drop a game despite starting in the play-in Round of 16 until the first set of the final at the 12U UTR Sweet Spotter Series on Sunday at Holton-Arms. There he met Reza Radmanesh for a 5-3, 4-0 championship victory, Rosenstein's first in his first SSS attempt.

Radmanesh defeated Deniz Ozenci in the semifinals, while the consolation final pitted siblings against one another. Cornelia Touw met Vaughn Touw and needed a tiebreaker and extra games to settle the difference, with Cornelia taking the 20 points for the victory.

At the 18U, Tanish Rayan and Adelaide Houston emerged from the four groups and the semifinals to clash in a dramatic 6-4 final, with Rayan prevailing for his first win in his first tournament.

This was one of the largest UTR draws for a Sweet Spotter Series event, with fifteen competing in four groups. AJ Mangin submitted his best performance of the season, advancing from Group B behind the eventual champion and then defeating Ilan Faraci, who bested top 16U and 18U player Christopher Tower Morris in Group D to make the quarters.

Faraci had his own exploits over the weekend, winning the group at the 14U Madeira School tournament, where a number of Tennis Central players will be competing this weekend and in late October.

Another sibling made a splash: Jon Ozenci was the sole competitor to tackle both tournaments, showing his desire to play more and more. He made the semifinals at the 12U to bring home 35 points and rise to a tie for 29th place in 12U and even boost his 18U ranking.

Twenty-seven players took part in the overall weekend, a record for the two-UTR tournament weekend for the Sweet Spotter Series. Next weekend should draw even more with the USTA-UTR combination.

The full tables now look like this.

Each weekend until Thanksgiving, Tennis Central is bringing you USTA and UTR tournaments at Holton-Arms School. Earn points for advancing through each round, just like on the pro tours, and qualify for the TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP at season's end.

Bigger events offer more points, with the TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP offering the most, as well as prizes.

Check here for updates each week to the Sweet Spotter Series Rankings, a 52-week points system based on the pro tours, as well as recaps of all the action and photos.

2022 Fall Series Schedule


9/17 USTA 10U and 12U - View the recap

9/18 14U UTR - View the recap

9/24 18U UTR - Sign up now!

9/25 12U UTR - Sign up now!


10/23 12U UTR

10/29 10U UTR

10/30 14U UTR


11/6 12U UTR

11/13 14U UTR

11/19 18U UTR

11/20 10U UTR

2022 Summer Series Schedule







September 10-11 - THE TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP - Sign up, Top 6 automatically qualify

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