As we enter the final week of the ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit powered by Universal Tennis, the highly contested Points Race continues to heat up as players look to be one of the Top-Five finishers in order to secure their spot as a wildcard into the ITA Tennis-Point National Summer Championships powered by Universal Tennis.

College tennis players continue to dominate the standings as 17 of the 20 players currently within the Top-Ten of the Points Race Standings are either current or former student-athletes from numerous collegiate institutions from around the country.

On the Men’s side of play Portland State’s Lachlan Robertson has begun to separate himself from the field as the Freshman from Vancouver, British Columbia becomes the first player to break 1000 Points in this years Summer Circuit. Across the Top-Five, the Points Race will come down to the final week of competition as just 75 points separate fifth place from the four players tied for sixth.

For the Women, Brooke Bittner (Gonzaga), Grace Chadick (South Dakota), and Alina Shcherbinina (Baylor) all lead the charge with 700 Points totaled over the first five weeks. Here, just 25 points separate fifth place from the five players tied for sixth place.

Men’s Standings

Lachlan Robertson | 1175 Points
Teodor Antelj | 825 Points
Arthur Neuhaus | 700 Points
Cole Knutsen | 575 Points
Michael Beltran | 550 Points
Blake Eason | 475 Points
Rishi Charan Shankar | 475 Points
Hudson Lee | 475 Points
Patricio Garcia Muriel | 475 Points
Maxwell Sheldon | 450 Points

Women’s Standings

Brooke Bittner | 700 Points
Grace Chadick | 700 Points
Alina Shcherbinina | 700 Points
Mackenzie Mccarthy | 675 Points
Cody Huang | 600 Points
Kiley Rabjohns | 575 Points
Drew Morris | 575 Points
Kianna Oda | 575 Points
Miaangelina Ruja | 575 Points
Catherine Broerman | 575 Points
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