A travel day and night for me as I head over to Wimbledon, so this early post will not include all the day's Wimbledon results.
The girls final will feature No. 3 seed Dalma Galfi against top seed Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic. Galfi defeated Ingrid Neel 6-2 7-6(6), while Vondrousova advanced to the final via a walkover from No. 5 seed Katie Swan from Great Britain. I hope it's nothing serious so Swan can play Wimbledon Juniors.
Tommy Paul and William Blumberg have reached the doubles final. The No. 2 seeds defeated Ulises Blanch and Juan Pablo Ficovich of Argentina 6-2, 6-4 in the semifinals today.
The USTA Junior Summer Team for girls was decided back in May; the boys playoffs will be held this Sunday at Boca Raton. Sam Riffice and Vasil Kirkov are already on the team, with six players to be chosen from the 16 players listed below. Those invited to participate in the playoffs, with the names of their coaches:
Player Hometown Personal Coach
Gianni Ross -- Burr Ridge, IL -- Jack Sharpe
Trent Bryde -- Suwanee, GA -- Will Wright
Alafia Ayeni -- San Diego, CA -- Brian Teacher/Anthony Ayeni
Alexandre Rotsaert -- Boca Raton, FL -- Hafeez Hameed
Alexander Brown -- Urbandale, IA -- Elliott McDermed/Zach Buenger
Kyrylo Tsygura -- North Potomac, MD --Vesa Ponkka
Brian Shi -- Jericho, NY -- Mihai Grecu
Oliver Crawford -- Spartanburg, SC -- Kelly Jones/Anthony Stewart
Austen Huang -- Elk Grove, CA -- James Roberts
William Howells -- Boca Raton, FL -- Cyril Saulnier
Matthew Tsolakyan -- Glendale, CA -- Greg Grigorian
Steven Sun -- Boca Raton, FL -- Andres Pedroso
Trey Hildebrand -- San Antonio, TX -- Mark Hildebrand
Ryan Goetz -- Greenlawn, NY -- Keith Kambourian
Matthew Rodriguez -- Highland Beach, FL -- Maurice Trail
Danny Thomas -- Boca Raton, FL -- Maurice Trail