1. Who can play in the Championship level?
a) Texas Section resident junior players who have qualified through the ZAT level.
b) New resident players who have been approved by the Texas Section office.
c) In a sanctioned "other" tournament, Championship players may compete in older age divisions in singles and/or doubles. Players may also compete in different age divisions for singles and doubles in the same tournament. Championship players MUST compete in the Championship or Qualified division if offered. If the Championship or Qualified level is not offered, Championship players may play in "Open" or "Regular" events. Championship players will earn ranking points if playing in their age division.
d) Super Champ players who are re-qualifying.
e) In Championship doubles events, only one doubles partner needs to be Championship qualified: neither partner may be Super Championship qualified.
f) Out-of-section players (including foreign exchange students) CANNOT compete in CMZs.
2. How to qualify to the Super Championship level?
a) Boys' and Girls' 12s - Players must accumulate a minimum of 65 CMZ qualifying points.
b) Boys' and Girls' 12s - Qualifying points are calculated based on the best four tournaments in a rolling twelve-month period.
c) Boys' and Girls' 14-18s - Players must accumulate a minimum of 80 CMZ qualifying points.
d) Boys' and Girls' 14-18s - Qualifying points are calculated based on the best three tournaments in a rolling twelve-month period.
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