ATA Academy Players Excel At Excellence

The USTA Texas Super Champ Excellence tournaments unfolded last weekend, with many ATA Academy players bringing home hardware. The 12s and 16s served in up in San Antonio, while the 14s and 18s went to work in Wichita Falls.

In San Antonio, Grayson Broadus blasted through the Boy’s 18s A draw, winning four straight matches to take the title.

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“Grayson had an outstanding event,” Coach Vince Segovia said. “He only dropped
one set all weekend and played some of his best tennis in a while.”

 

Payton Holden and Erik Kerrigan both claimed championship crowns in their respective Boy’s 18s C draws, each going 4-0 through the weekend.

 

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“Payton won his draw without losing a set. Didn’t play his best but did a great job managing his matches,” Coach Segovia said. “Erik Kerrigan played very well, he did not drop a set as well. Beat a tough opponent in the final. Over all at the boys 18 site, we won 25 out of 32 matches, good weekend.”

 

In Wichita Falls, Ela Raczka earned an Excellence title by winning four straight matches in the Girl’s 12s A draw.

 


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