Team USA begins its 2018 World Junior Championships campaign on Wednesday with the Men’s and Women’s World Junior Individual Championships, July 18-23, at the Indian Squash Center in Chennai, the sixth largest city in India.
Twelve Americans, six boys and six girls, will represent Team USA in the 128-player boys’ draw and sixty-four-player girls’ draws. View both draws and follow all results on the World Junior Championships tournament page.
Team USA boasts two top sixteen-seeded players, one in each draw. Three-time U.S. junior champion and 2017 world individuals quarterfinalist Marina Stefanoni returns for her third world individual championships. Having entered the last two individuals as a 9/16 seed, Stefanoni earns a 5/8 seeding in India. U.S. junior champion Daelum Mawji joins Stefanoni and will make his world juniors debut as a 9/12 seed.
Individual results will determine seeding for the ensuing biennial Men’s World Junior Team Championship, July 24-29.
For more tournament coverage visit wsfworldjuniors.com.