As long as she doesn't accept the prize money, she's still eligible for college play. Tons of the top college players test their games and earn ranking points on the ITF circuit during the summer or even the fall, and then still play college tennis. No issue there, provided they don't take the money.So I just found out Yuki Chiang has been playing the ITF Circuit since June. She won a 10K doubles in Japan and is presently playing a 10K in Peru. Does this mean she won't return to college?
She isn't on roster anymore. I am pretty sure her and Michigan's Amy Zhu are now pro. I have no idea why though.So I just found out Yuki Chiang has been playing the ITF Circuit since June. She won a 10K doubles in Japan and is presently playing a 10K in Peru. Does this mean she won't return to college?
I know at tournaments (at least on the USTA Pro Circuit), there are ITA Reimbursement Forms. Also, when you sign in , you mark if you're an amateur or professional.In the last few years, they changed the rules where they can keep up to $10,000 of their earnings.
In the past, they could only keep up to the amount of their expenses, although I don't know who really monitors that and determines what are qualified expenses. :lol:
Who is the Laura she talks about?
Interesting she's not with UCLA's staff anymore. Is she just coaching full time now?
Volunteer assistant coach Laura Gordon played for UCLA women’s tennis coach from 2002 to 2006. Gordon began her UCLA athletic career as a walk-on but went on to earn All-American and All-Pac-10 honors. She walks the line between player and coach, having played college tennis so recently.
Yep I'd say she goes for an education.Liu just beat Day 7-5, 2-6, 6-4 in an ITF event. I guess she's saying bye to Stanford.
Liu is Asian though, so surely her parents want her to get an education, right?
15 doubles titles and #3 career high ranking...Vania King was the one with the greatest success.