U.S. junior champions Andrew Douglas and Marina Stefanoni are both set to compete in qualifying for U.S. Pro Series events this week, the $10,000 Life Time Florida Open and $5,000 LiveStuff Open respectively.
Eighteen-year-old Douglass is making his U.S. Pro Series debut and just his second PSA appearance after competing in the 2016 Delaware Investments U.S. Open, where he stretch German world No. 44 Raphael Kandra to five games.
The junior Pan American Champion will face fellow American and St. Lawrence graduate Timmy Lasusa in the first round of qualifying from Life Time Fitness Boca Raton at 5pm ET.
One week after shocking the two seed in the McLean Open on her fourteenth birthday, Stefanoni travels north to the Tuxedo Club in New York to vie for a place in the Live Stuff Open main draw. Stefanoni will face fellow American Caroline Neave Wednesday at 6:15pm ET.
Follow live scoring from both tournaments and view draws on www.usprosquashseries.com/live.