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2015 Junior Excellence Camp Information

September 28, 2015 03:01 PM

Diversity & Inclusion Junior Excellence Camp
October 23-25, 2015

Evanston, IL



General Camp Information


The camp will provide an opportunity for drills and practice matches with the other Midwest players on Saturday and Sunday morning. Each afternoon, coaches or parents will be responsible to transporting players to and from Combe Tennis Center. Through this camp, there is potential to be invited to additional USTA Regional and USTA/Midwest Section Camps.



A Detailed Agenda is included and subject to change.


Tennis Facilities

The camp will be conducted at Combe Tennis Center; (2311 Campus Dr.; Evanston, IL 60208; 847-491-4312)


Hotel Accommodations:

All players, coaches and chaperons will be staying at the Hampton Inn & Suites-Chicago North Shore; 5201 Old Orchard Road, Skokie, IL 60077, 847-583-1111.

All rooms are reserved in the coach’s or parent’s name and will be master billed to the USTA/ Midwest Section. Rooms requested for additional coaches, parents and chaperones are reserved in their names and will be billed directly to them. If you must cancel your room(s), please notify us within 24 hrs of arrival.


Camp Fees

The cost of the camp will be $40.00 per player that is represented with a program. Maximum number of six (6) players per program will be accepted. Submit checks for camp fees made payable to the Midwest Youth Tennis and Education Foundation. Registration closes on Friday, October 16, 2015 and is limited to the first 30 participants. (Depending on projected weather and court space additional players may be accepted). Individual players who are not apart of a program may apply to attend, but they must be accompanied by a chaperon. The fee for individual players is $50. Hotel accommodations for individual players is an extra $100 Teams/players are responsible for their own transportation.


Meals, Hotel Accommodations and Transportation: The meals that are provided will be for coaches and players only. Parents and chaperones will be responsible for their own meals. Parents and chaperones will be able to dine with the players, but must pay for their meals separately. All transportation will be the responsibility of the coach, program director and/or parent.