High School The King’s Academy-PSP, 2019
It is truly a great honor for me to be representing Team USA for the second straight year. I am really looking forward to working with the Team USA coaches again. I was able to learn so much last year and I hope to continue improving my game this summer. What really separates this competition from other tournaments is the team atmosphere fostered by US Squash. Whether it is training in the squads with teammates or cheering for those teammates in their matches, this tournament offers a very unique, team-oriented environment. Overall, I am extremely excited to be back competing for Team USA and I hope to make my country proud!
A record fifty-seven Americans will represent Team USA at the 2019 Dunlop British Junior Open, January 2-6, in Birmingham, England.
Watch live streaming from two courts on wsfworldjuniors.com/watch.
U.S. junior champions Daelum Mawji and Marina Stefanoni lead Team USA to the 2018 World Juniors.
Twenty-three of Team USA’s fifty players advanced to the British Junior Open round of sixteen.
Sixteen American players are seeded to reach the British Junior Open round of sixteen.