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  • Writer's pictureMichael Augsberger

Six wins for Shiloh


May 6 - USTA 10U Coed Green Ball

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The matches of the tournament may have belonged to his sister Siena, as still does the No. 1 ranking in the 10U division. But for how much longer?

Shiloh Auzoux's rapid rise in the rankings hit the accelerating booster last weekend, when only Rian Power could take as many as two games from him.

The 6-0 round robin record gave Auzoux the championship at the 10U Green Ball USTA event. He now sits just fifteen points behind Siena for the top position. More impressive might be his 14U ranking, which soared 106 places thanks to his new crown.

The fight for first may have been as straightforward as the Red Bulls escaping the field these days, but the battle for second was fierce. Angela Wang had to outlast Siena Auzoux 6-4 for the position. Power also went 6-4 with Siena to eventually edge her for third place. They were the tightest matches of the tourney.

A number of injuries beset favorite Devin Leung and Lara Dabney.

Although no matches were played in the other age divisions, their rankings still shuddered from the dropped points from last May. Luke Mearns's early victories in last season's Sweet Spotter Series means he dropped to 14th and 24th in the 16U and 18U. The highest gains were made by Solomon Ravitz and Jeh-Lei Fan, who jumped three spots each.

Remember the newly added feature to the rankings: the Plus / Minus, which will tell you how far up or down the player has moved within the last week.


10U Green Ball USTA: Shiloh Auzoux

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2023 Tour Schedule


Mar 18: USTA L7 Boys and Girls 12U

Mar 19: USTA L7 Boys and Girls 14U


Apr 8: UTR 14U - Sweet Spotter Open

Apr 16: USTA L7 Boys and Girls 12U

Apr 16: USTA L7 Boys and Girls 14U

Apr 23: UTR 14U and 16U - Potomac Spring Tennis Festival Open

Apr 29: 15U UTR - Teen World Open Classic

Apr 30: 12U UTR - Anguilla Service Trips Open

Apr 30: 10U Green Dot UTR - Anguilla Service Trips Open

Apr 30: 10U Green Dot UTR - Anguilla Service Trips Open - rescheduled for June 3


May 6: USTA Junior Circuit Orange & Green

May 7: USTA L7 Adult NTRP

May 13: USTA Boys' and Girls' WTN 12-18U

May 20: USTA Junior Circuit Orange Dot (16)

May 21: USTA Boys' and Girls' WTN (Rankings 28-34, 34-40)

May 21: UTR Doubles 14U presented by The Beach Tennis & Pool


June 3: 10U Green and 12U UTR - Anguilla Service Trips Open

June 4: 14U and 16U UTR - String48 Open

June 10: 10U and 12U UTR - Tennis Curator Open

June 11: 16U UTR - The Beach Open

June 17: 10U UTR

June 18: 14U UTR

June 24: 12U UTR

June 25: 18U UTR


July 1: 10U UTR

July 2: 14U UTR

July 8: 12U UTR

July 9: 15U UTR

July 15-16: Adult UTR / USTA - Tennis Central Open

July 22: 14U UTR

July 23: 18U UTR

July 29: 10U UTR

July 30: 15U UTR


Aug 5: 12U UTR

Aug 6: 18U UTR

Aug 12: 10U UTR

Aug 13: 14U UTR

Aug 19: 16U UTR

Aug 20: 12U UTR

Aug 26: 10U UTR

Aug 27: 14U UTR


September 2: 12U UTR

September 3: 15U UTR


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