There will be fireworks in the United States of America on Wednesday 4th July 2012; it is Independence Day, commemorating the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
A day to celebrate and for certain young players, there will be a very special reason to celebrate. Staged in Grand Rapids it is the day United States Junior and Cadet Open comes to a close.
Furthermore, in the city that was the home of the late Gerald Ford, the 38th United States President, it will be a hectic time for all concerned; the ITTF Junior Circuit tournament is being organised alongside the United States Open.
Two tournamnents and after a ten year absence, the ITTF Junior Circuit returns to the United States. Furthermore, it arrives at a time when the nation's players are striving to new heights; a high class event in many respects awaits.
ITTF Global Junior Circuit Event Commencing on Saturday 30th June and concluding on Wednesday 4th July; the 2012 United States Junior and Cadet Open will feature singles, doubles and team events in both junior and cadet categories.
Prize Fund The Organizing Committee offers a total prize money of US$ 3,000; in accordance with United States tax regulations there is a 30% tax deduction on prize money over US$ 600.
Maximum Number of Entries A maximum of 170 entries is accepted.