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Rome Tennis Academy Announces April Circuit Rankings

Posted April 13, 2015 by Kristi Kent in Uncategorized

The Rome Tennis Academy announces junior Rome circuit rankings for April. The 2015 Rome Tennis Circuit launched with the Rome Tennis Circuit Spring Open on March 28 with over 50 participants from Rome and the Atlanta area. The circuit offers competitive league practice for players participating in school teams, as well as for individuals new to competitive tennis.

Rankings are based on performance in the Rome Tennis Academy junior tournaments and considers the best four results in singles and the best three results in doubles for the year; in addition to the player’s current standing on the ladder.

The current Rome Circuit Rankings are as follows:

Co-Ed 8 & Under

1 Chip Winslette

2 Felipe Selle

3 Matias Selle

4 Sophie Strickland


Girls 10 & Under

1 Isabelle Howard

2 Caroline Goss

3 Danielle Hernandez

4 Mary Blair Fuller


Boys 10 & Under

1 Link Lignell

2 Philip Lataif

3 Alex Hernandez


Boys 12 & Under

1 Thomas Vest

2 Brock Lignell

3 Christopher Hagler

4 Caleb Baldwin

5 Dylan McFry

6 Philip Lataif


Girls 12 & Under

1 Dori Williams

2 Katie Carlton

3 Dawsin Grieff

4 Evalyn Edwards


Boys 14 & Under

1 Jackson Norris

2 Jarrod Jones

3 Tanner Arnold


Girls 14 & Under

1 Jackson Norris

2 Jarrod Jones

3 Tanner Arnold


Boys 16 & Under

1 Joseph Ingram

2 David Hagler

3 Alec Jerauld

4 Joseph Smyth

5 George Lataif

6 Carver Bussey

7 Spencer Earwood

8 John Cromer

9 Kyle Hale


Girls 16 & Under

1 Sasha Beam

2 Brooke Dellis

3 Morgan Padgett

4 Hannah Adcock


Boys 18 & Under

1 Austin Silver

2 Steven Dean

3 Jacob McLean

4 Chris Meek

5 Josh Acrey

6 Jordan Purser


Girls 18 & Under

1 Morgan Thompson

2 Barrett Batson

3 Julia Hall

For a breakdown of the points, please visit

The next tournament on the Rome Tennis Circuit is the USTA Level 4 Tournament, April 18 and 19 at the Coosa Country Club. Monthly tournaments will continue through November when final rankings are announced.

For more information about the Rome Tennis Academy circuit tournaments or academy lessons, contact David Araiza at 706.331.0796 or visit



The Rome Tennis Academy was formed in 2014 to provide tennis teaching programs for all skills and ages. The academy’s mission is to help grow the sport of tennis in the greater Rome area by making tennis more accessible to both youth and adults.

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