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The 2017 United States Professional Singles Playing for the Schochet Cup
June 4, 2017 - June 11, 2017
Camden Riviere wins over Rob Fahey 5/6 6/2 6/1 6/3 to win the 2017 US Professional Singles Playing for the Schochet Cup
From left to right: Dan DiBartolomeo Northfield Information Services, Presenting Sponsor, Rob Fahey Runner Up, Mike Gooding Head Professional, Camden Riviere Champion, Suzie Schochet Founding Sponsor, John Murphy National Tennis Club President.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
The National Tennis Club would like to thank everyone for their patronage in support of the 2017 Schochet Cup. We anticipate a great week of exciting matches and invite all sponsors to attend each social event held on the following days:
Sunday, June 4
Round-of-16 Satellite matches
Monday, June 5
Quarterfinal Satellite matches
Pro-Am draw and “Margaritas and Mexican” party in the National Tennis Club Clubroom at 6PM, for pros and competing amateurs
Tuesday, June 6
Round-of-16 Main draw matches begin
Pro-Am matches begin
*Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, hosted by David Ford at Miramar, Bellevue Avenue, 6PM to 8PM
Wednesday, June 7
Round-of-16 Main draw matches continue
Pro-Am matches continue
On-court photo (playing professionals only – tennis whites)
Thursday, June 8
Main draw quarterfinal matches
Pro-Am matches continue
Beer/wine/light snacks beginning 5PM in the Clubroom, free for sponsors, $25/hd otherwise
Friday, June 9
Satellite final main draw semifinal matches
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres starting at 4:30PM in the NTC upper gallery, free for sponsors, $50/hd otherwise
*Northfield information Systems private party in NTC Clubroom
*Northfield reception at Oceancliff
Sunday, June 11
Brunch in the National Tennis Club Clubroom, beginning 10AM
Main draw final, beginning 11AM
Trophy presentation and Closing Ceremonies immediately following the final
*Denotes Invitation Only Event
Please contact the Pro Shop to arrange for tickets.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
The 2017 U.S. Professional Singles playing for The Schochet Cup is fast approaching. The tournament is scheduled for June 4th – June 11th with a purse of no less than $22,000.
— The Main Draw will have 16 players. Seeding is one for every two players and will be based on World Ranking Points (100 or more points) and then handicap. 8 qualifying spots are available.
— A Satellite tournament will be conducted, which will determine qualifying players for the Main Draw. Qualifiers will be drawn randomly into the main draw.
‐‐ The Satellite will commence on June 4th and end on June 9th and will be played best of three sets. Players will be paid a cash prize for each round they advance.
— The Main Draw will commence on Tuesday, June 6th and end on Sunday, June 11th and will be played best of five sets.
— The tournament purse formula for the Main Draw is posted on the USCTA website along with additional main draw and satellite purse information (under U.S. Pro Singles Policies).
— The closing date for ALL entries is May 15th. Completed draws of the Main Event will be posted May 18th on this website, www.uscourttennis.org and www.irtpa.com
Arrival and Social Events
— All players are required to arrive by the start of their first match or by the first social event, whichever occurs first. All players are expected to use best efforts to attend all social events and related tournament functions. Fines are at the Tournament Committee’s discretion (for more information, go to the tournament policies posted on the USCTA website).
— All registered players are entitled to an appearance fee. In order to earn the appearance fee all players must show up on time for their first match. (* For American-based professionals, we would appreciate if one professional from each club could be present at the Friday night dinner). Players will be expected to wear a sports jacket to selected socials events and wear smart dress whilst at the National Tennis Club.
Players will have the opportunity to play in a paid, professional-amateur round-robin tournament. Each professional will be paired with an amateur to play in a ten-game, no-advantage pro-set. Pro-Am professionals will also be expected to mark the pro-am event – excluding the final.
Marking will be done from the dedans, and an assistant marker will be present from quarterfinal matches onwards in the Main Draw. Players are expected to mark one match from the Main Draw or two matches from the Satellite. The NTC pro shop will post a marking schedule for all players. Players that opt out of marking will be charged a replacement fee. Practice courts will be available on Saturday, June 3rd. Players need to indicate on the entry form whether they would like practice times.
Players requesting housing should indicate this, including additional guests, at time of entry.
United States Professional Singles playing for the Schochet Cup policies are posted on www.uscourttennis.org.
Thank you for your interest in this tournament.
NTC Head Professional