Congratulations to Akasha Urhobo and Yubel Ubri for winning the 2016 Little Mo Slam and taking home the 6 foot trophy

December 15, 2016

2016 “LITTLE MO” SLAM WINNERS “Little Mo” Internationals Palm Beach Gardens, Florida A special congratulations to Akasha Urhobo from Lauderhill, Florida (Girls 9) and Yubel Ubri from Miami Beach, Florida (Boys 9) for winning all three “Little Mo” Internationals which comprised the 2016 “Little Mo” Slam: California, New York, and Florida. Both players will be taking home the tallest trophy given in junior tennis – 6 feet tall! There are now six “Little Mo” players who have accomplished this great achievement in the past four years. The Ultimate Kid’s Challenge begins at the “Little Mo” Internationals in California at the Woodbridge Tennis Club from June 30-July 4. To register for the 1st leg of the 2017 “Little Mo” Slam, please visit the tournament homepage: Who will it be in 2017?   “Little Mo” Internationals in California (Woodbridge Tennis Club – Irvine): June 30-July 4, 2017 “Little Mo” Internationals in…

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Former Little Mo Champion CiCi Bellis turns pro as a 17-year old! We are so proud of her and wish her the best of luck!

September 19, 2016

Congratulations to former “Little Mo” champion Catherine “CiCi” Bellis for turning pro as a 17-year old!  Check out an article by ESPN here.  

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Former Little Mo Champions Shine at the U.S. Open and Andy Roddick nominated for International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island

September 14, 2016

Ryan Harrison advanced to the third round after an amazing win against Milos Raonic (6-7(4), 7-5, 7-5, 6-1). This was also the first Grand Slam in which both Ryan Harrison and his brother Christian Harrison competed in the Main Draw.   Andy Roddick has been nominated for induction into the Internationals Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island! Roddick won the 2003 U.S. Open championship, which was the last Grand Slam singles title for an American man. He finished #1 in ATP rankings in 2003. For a special article, please click here. Congratulations to Ana Konjuh for making it to the Quarterfinals of the Main Draw!  Kayla Day won the U.S. Open Girls singles as only the seventh American to win the title since Samantha Crawford in 2012, also a “Little Mo” champion.  She also received the 2016 Maureen Connolly Brinker “Most Outstanding Player” Award in August at the Girls 18 Nationals…

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Good luck today to Kayla Day, former Little Mo champ, in U.S. Open Girls singles final. We are so proud of you! Go USA!

September 11, 2016

Good luck Kayla!

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Steve Johnson, former Little Mo champion, now top USA player in ATP Rankings. Congratulations Steve.

August 18, 2016

Congrats Steve!

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Steve Johnson, former Little Mo champ, wins bronze medal in doubles at Olympics. Congratulations!

August 14, 2016

Congrats Steve!

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Madison Keys, former Little Mo champion, advances to quarterfinals at Rio Olympics. Good luck Madison. Go USA!

August 9, 2016

We wish you good luck in Rio!  Go USA!

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USA wins 40th anniversary Maureen Connolly Challenge Trophy for girls 18 in Eastbourne, England on June 22nd.. Keep up the good work. Go USA!

July 9, 2016

                        PRESS RELEASE                  USA WINS 40th annual  MAUREEN CONNOLLY CHALLENGE TROPHY                        (USA vs. Great Britain)                        June 22, 2016                    Eastbourne, England     Dallas… The Maureen Connolly Challenge Trophy is an annual competition between the United States and Great Britain for Ladies 18 & under.  In this special 40th anniversary year, the USA was victorious:  4-2. The match was well played and exciting until the end with the matches tied at 2-2 after the #4 singles.  The USA won two very close doubles matches with a match tie-break to decide the winner.  The United States leads the competition in victories 26-13 and took home the beautiful silver cup. The winning USA team was represented by:  Kayla Day, Sofia Kenin, Claire Liu, Alexandra Sanford, and captains:  Jamea Jackson and Henner Nehles. Representing the British team: Emily Appleton, Jodie…

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Congrats to Kayla Day, former Little Mo champ, for advancing to semifinals at Wimbledon junior girls

July 7, 2016

so proud of you! Go USA!!

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Congrats to Sofia Kenin, Claire Liu, Usue Arconada, and Kayla Day (4 of 8 quarterfinalists former Little Mo champions)

July 6, 2016

So happy for 4 of the 8 quarterfinalists in the Wimbledon Girls singles draw. We remember when they were “Little Mo” champions! So proud of you and bring home the Wimbledon trophy. We will be watching your matches tomorrow. Sofia Kenin, Usue Arconada, Claire Liu and Kayla Day. Good luck!

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