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My Most Epic Comeback:I had won the first set pretty handily against a solid player, and was down 5-0 in the second. I was determined not to play a third set, so I focused one game at a time and came back to win 7-5.
My Most Epic Comeback:I had lost the first set 6-1 and was down in the second set 5-1. I came back to win the second set 7-6 in a close tiebreak. This demonstrated my mental strength and competitive spirit.
My Most Epic Comeback:I was down 5-1 on The last ser And was feeling very frustrated and defeated, when I decided to just let loose and swing at The ball. I hit a jumping backhand for a winner and that carried my momentum and lifted my spirits for the rest of the match to come back and win 7-5 6-4.
My Most Epic Comeback:Playing in round of 16 in a level 5, February 2, 2016
Lost first set 2-6, down 4-0 in the second set
Came back to win second set 6-4
Down 8-0 in the tiebreak, came back to win tiebreak and match 10-8
My Most Epic Comeback:In the 2016 Oklahoma state semi-final, I was down 2-5 in the second set after winning the first set. During the changeover, I told my coach I didn't plan to lose another game and I followed through and won the set 7-5 and the match.
My Most Epic Comeback:During the regional finals, I came back from one set down against the defending champion and HS team-mate and fought hard with a never give up attitude to win the second and third sets.
My Most Epic Comeback:Earlier this year I played a High School Varsity league match at #1 singles playing against the number 3 school in the state(Mid-Pacific Institute). I was playing Braxton Chong a well known player in Hawaii that had powerful shots and a lot of finesse. It was a windy day and I was fighting through pain in my abdomen. I was able to win the first set 6-3 without being able to hit a first serve because of the pain. I lost the second set 1-6 due to his outstanding serving. He also hit a tweeter lob over me which made my jaw drop. Going into the tie-breaker I was determined to get the W. Fighting through the wind and the pain I pushed to win the set 10-5. This is still one of my biggest wins up until today. I stayed mentally strong throughout the match and was able to pull it out.
My Most Epic Comeback:I recently competed in clay court nationals in Delray Beach, Florida. I won the first set 7-5 but went on to lose the second set 6-0. I was feeling discouraged and nervous. We played a 10 point tiebreaker for the third set, I immediately got down 6-1, and then 8-4. I decided to change my game plan and be even moire aggressive; I won the breaker 11-9.
My Most Epic Comeback:During the PIAA state doubles championship match, my partner and I were down a set and 2-5 0-40. Persevering, we fought back to win the 2nd set along with the 3rd set, clinching the match.
My Most Epic Comeback:I was down 6-0 5-2 against a girl who I have never beat. After the break, I completely changed my strategy and took one point at a time. Eventually, I tied 5-5 and won an intense back to back deuce--ad game and eventually won the set. After winning the second set, I gained momentum and ended up winning the entire match, it was a hard battle that was definitely worth it at the end!
My Most Epic Comeback:Last year at the Girls' 14's National Hard Court Championship, in doubles, my partner (Christina Hand) and I made it to the finals acquiring a silver bowl. However, in the previous matches we always lost the first set, but we had the mentally of never giving up and we came back to win the matches. It was actually so beast.
My Most Epic Comeback:At a regional tournament, I had lost the first set 2-6 and was down 0-5 in the second and grinded out the second set to win it 7-5. I then won the third set 6-2 but it was very close during the games.
My Most Epic Comeback:I was playing the 4 seed in a regional in Virginia beach. I won the first set 6-4 but lost the second 6-7(7). I was down 5-2 in the third set and managed to comeback and win the third set 7-5
My Most Epic Comeback:In the finals of L1 I was in the finals. I lost the first set and was down in the second and I came back and won the second. In the tiebreak we were back and forth and I ended up winning 11-9 and I got off the court at 12:45am
My Most Epic Comeback:I was down a set, 5-2, and 40-15 against my friend Jordan (who now lives in Texas), playing in the Fall Southern Closed in my hometown, Louisville. I dug deep and was able to save those match points, as well as one other, to come back and win in a third set tiebreak.
My Most Epic Comeback:In a Zonals match this Summer, I lost the first set 2-6 and won the next set 6-0. In the third set, I was down 0-4, but I came back to win the set 6-4. I focused on winning one point at a time and the games added up.
My Most Epic Comeback:My most epic comeback probably would have been at a tournament at the grounds of the US Open. I secured the first set 6-4, but was down set point 2-5 in the second set and was able to come back and win the match 7-5 in the second set. It was a super sweet win because it got me to the finals where I played a good friend and won the tournament. It was a fantastic experience as we had our own umpire and even had a mini audience when a group of campers stopped by to watch our court for a little while. It was just like playing in a miniature US Open.
There’s no such thing as an early exit. This format guarantees matches for every player all 4 days of the tournament.
The draw size for the tournament for singles is limited to 64 players.
At the end of each round, winners continue in the same direction, while the losers move to other points on the compass to form a new satellite tournament.
Each player will be expected to play placement matches through Thursday. The main draw format will be two out of three tiebreak sets.
The Boys and Girls main draw finals will be on Thursday, July 28. All tournament action will be completed by 2 pm.
From hotel info to getting around town, here’s everything you need to know.
Where to stay
Make sure to book your hotel room in our rooming block by July 5 to guarantee yourself the discounted rate for our group. Book online here.
Transportation will be provided from the hotel to the Beren Tennis Center, and public transportation is excellent in Boston. Renting a car is not necessary. Parking is $20 per day at the hotel and it is the responsibility of the guests to cover that cost. Free parking is available at the Beren Tennis Center.
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