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Follow the 'Bobby Curtis' on Web, Social Media Beginning Saturday

June 4, 2014 12:08 PM
mediawall-bobby-webWho will be the next Andy Roddick, Jim Courier, Chris Evert or Jennifer Capriati to emerge from the USTA Florida Section as a junior and conquer the world of professional tennis? Or go on to star in college tennis and capture an NCAA championship as former 'Bobby Curtis' winner Danielle Collins did last month?

Track every result from the 2014 USTA Florida 'Bobby Curtis' Junior State Championships beginning Saturday, June 7 through June 11.

The main USTA Florida webpage at www.ustaflorida.com will feature daily results stories, along with additional news and player features on the official tournament website at www.ustaflorida.com/bobbycurtis2014.

Players on social media can follow the action or post on Twitter with the hashtag #bobbycurtis2014, and also follow the action via the USTA Florida Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ustaflorida.

The 66th edition of the USTA Florida 'Bobby Curtis' Junior State Championships will be held in age divisions 18-10 at four Central Florida tournament sites -- the Florida Tennis Center in Daytona Beach, Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs, Red Bug Lake Park in Casselberry, and at the Ormond Beach Tennis Center. In 2012 the tournament was renamed the USTA Florida 'Bobby Curtis' Junior State Championships in honor of legendary Florida junior tennis organizer Bobby Curtis.
Former 'Bobby Curtis' champs who have gone on to rank No. 1 in the world on the ATP and WTA rankings:

* Chris Evert (1971 Girls' 18, 1970-69 Girls' 16, 1968 Girls' 14, and 1966 Girls' 10 champion)
* Jennifer Capriati (1986 Girls' 12 champion)
* Jim Courier (1986 Boys' 18 champion)
* Andy Roddick (1996 Boy's 14, 1994 Boys' 12 champion)

Follow the 'Bobby Curtis' Championships on:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ustaflorida
Twitter: #bobbycurtis2014
Web: www.ustaflorida.com and www.ustaflorida.com/bobbycurtis2014






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