ASICS Easter Bowl Moves To
Indian Wells Tennis Garden
April 5-13, 2014
Just one month after the world’s top men’s and women’s professional tennis players have finished battling for the coveted title as 2014 BNP Paribas Open champion, the United State top junior players will invade the Indian Wells Tennis Garden to compete in the 47th ASICS Easter Bowl.
Long considered the Super Bowl of junior tennis, the ASICS Easter Bowl will take place April 5-13, 2014, where the pros play at the world’s fifth largest professional tournament as the iconic event will be headquartered at the Indian Wells venue, as well as other Coachella Valley sites.
The Tennis Garden features 29 hard courts and hosts a number of tournaments and special events including the Big West Conference Championships, World Team Tennis National Championships, and USTA National Championships.
There are other changes in store. The 18's will feature a 64-qualifying draw for the first time, which will take place on Saturday and Sunday, April 5-6. The main draw will start on Monday, April 7 and conclude on Sunday, April 13. The 18s is an ITF Grade B1 and USTA Level 1 event.
The 16's, 14's and 12's will be four-day events taking place Thursday-Sunday with 64 singles draw and 32 doubles and is a USTA Level 1A designated tournament.
Since its inception in 1968, when Harold Solomon beat Jimmy Connors, the ASICS Easter Bowl has been noted not only for the hospitality given to players and parents, but for its far-reaching media exposure and for keeping all the game’s important issues in public view.
No other junior tennis tournament in the United States possesses the same rich history as the ASICS Easter Bowl. The tournament was started in New York City by Hamilton and has been played in Florida, Arizona and California.
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