Jul 14th, 2013, 08:31 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
I know it an Bit early but her results has been pretty good for her age & I think she going be a very good player too watch out for in the Future.
Name: Jaeda Daniel
Born: July 28, 1999 (14 years old)
Birth Place: Port Charlotte, Florida
Residence: Port Charlotte, Florida
Age Started Tennis: 5 years old
Train at: Down the Line and Beyond
Coach: Sacha Rosten
Plays: Left Handed (But is Born Right Handed), (Two handed Backhand)
Favourite Players : The Williams Sister, Kim Clijsters, & Rafael Nadal
Favourite Surface: Hard
Career High WTA Ranking: Unranked
Career High ITF Junior Ranking: Unranked
Titles Won & Achievements:
2011 12&U USTA National Open
2012 14&U USTA Regional Tournament Segment
2012 14&U USTA National Open
2013 14&U USTA National Spring Championships (Easter Bowl)
2013 16&U USTA Regional Tournament Segment
2010 12&U USTA National Open Quarterfinalist
2010 12&U USTA National Open Semifinalist
2010 12&U Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships Quarterfinalist
2011 12&U NIKE Junior Tour USA Masters Quarterfinalist
2011 12&U USTA Regional Tournament Segment Semifinalist
2011 12&U Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships Semifinalist
2012 14&U USTA National Championships Quarterfinalist
2012 14&U USTA Regional Tournament Finalist
2012 14&U Nike Junior Tour USTA National Masters Quarterfinalist
2012 14&U USTA Regional Tournament Segment Semifinalist
2013 16&U USTA Regional Tournament Segment Finalist
Last edited by Trey : Apr 14th, 2014 at 11:39 PM.
Jul 21st, 2013, 09:07 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
Re: Jaeda Daniel
Will be Playing USTA Clay Court Event
The competitors selected for the USTA National Hard Court Championships next month were released today at the individual TennisLink sites.
The girls 18s field produced some of the most interesting names, with many players who have moved on to pro tennis and have played very little junior tennis in the past year entering in hopes of securing the wild card into the US Open main draw that goes to the winner.
US Open Girls champion Samantha Crawford, defending 18s National champion Vicky Duval and Stanford rising sophomore Krista Hardebeck are in the field, as are Allie Kiick, Chalena Scholl and Sachia Vickery. Jan Abaza, who hasn't played a junior event since the 2010 Orange Bowl, also received entry. Two of the Wimbledon girls quarterfinalists--Jamie Loeb and Louisa Chirico--are in the field, but Wimbledon girls finalist Taylor Townsend is not. Others not currently in the field include Christina Makarova, Johnnise Renaud, Katrine Steffensen and Tornado Alicia Black, all in the Top 80 of the ITF Junior world rankings.
Of course, there are still wild cards to be named, with the deadline for applying for a wild card Tuesday, July 16 at 5 p.m. Eastern.
The girls 16s field has two reigning Eddie Herr champions--12s winner Ellie Douglas and 16s champion Marie Norris. Katerina Stewart is also entered in the 16s field.
Notables missing from the girls Nationals in any age division are Claire Liu, CiCi Bellis, Jaeda Daniel and Michaela Gordon, who may be representing the United States in the ITF World Junior Tennis competition held in the Czech Republic August 5-10.
The list of the girls 16s and 18s competitors is here.
The Kalamazoo 16s field will be especially strong this year, with Easter Bowl 16s champion Sameer Kumar, Francis Tiafoe and Tommy Paul all playing in that division.
Wimbledon quarterfinalist Stefan Kozlov is again entered in the 18s, despite being only 15, and Michael Mmoh will make his Kalamazoo debut in the 18s. 2011 16s champion Ronnie Schneider is entered, as is 2012 16s champion Henrik Wiersholm, who is only 16. Thai Kwiatkowski, who has been injured throughout the summer, is currently in, as is Ernesto Escobedo. Spring National champion Eliott Orkin is in the field, as is Easter Bowl champion Gage Brymer.
Winter National champion George Goldhoff is not in the current acceptances, nor is Dennis Uspensky, who is in the ITF Top 100. Tommy Mylnikov, who played the 16s last year, is not among the 18s entrants this year.
For the complete list of the boys 16s and 18s competitors, see the TennisLink site.
The Clay Courts begin on Sunday, and I will be covering the girls 18s tournament in Memphis for the sixth consecutive year. Below is the list of USTA wild cards granted for the tournaments.
USTA Clay Court Wild Cards:
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