Olympic is Always Hosting a Tournament!
We have a steady stream of junior competitive tournaments at our club throughout the season. Stay tuned to our calendar and Facebook posts for upcoming tournaments.
Learn how to get started in tournament play, and see below for more USTA resources.
Olympic Indoor Single Day Showdown Tournaments
Designed for players with little to no junior tournament experience, Single Day Showdowns are the perfect way to start playing competitive tennis.
No USTA membership is required, but points are still earned. Although a membership is not required, a USTA account is required to register your child. Contact the USTA at (800) 990-8782 for assistance in setting up your child's USTA account.
Age divisions for each tournament will vary, but may include:
* Coed 10 & Under (Orange Ball)
* Coed 10 & Under (Green Ball)
* Boys & Girls 12s
* Boys & Girls 14s
* Boys & Girls 16s
* Boys & Girls 18s
Upcoming Single Day Showdowns
The USTA implemented a new system for all tournaments last season. If this is a new system to you, please allow a little extra time for your first-time registration, and contact Susan Weil (tournament director) with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bernard Master Junior Satellite Circuit
The Bernard Master Junior Satellite Circuit was founded in the early 2000s by Olympic Indoor’s own Jim Criswell and sponsored by Dr. Bernard Master. They believed it was important to grow the game of tennis among junior players. Today, the tournament has grown to involve most of the central Ohio indoor clubs in a series of Friday and Saturday night tournaments for boys and girls in the 10 & under and 18 & under age divisions. The circuit runs from early fall through early spring, and circuit champions and runners-up represent Columbus in the annual Midwest City Team Championships in mid-July.
The Bernard Master tournament is on pause and will not be held for the 2022-23 season, but we look forward to holding it again in the future.