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United States Tennis Association National Campus

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) selected Lake Nona for its New Home for American Tennis with the goal of advancing the sport at every level.

The largest tennis facility in the world, the 63-acre, state-of-the-art training center features 100 clay and hard courts and innovative developmental programs, making the USTA National Campus a training destination for professional, collegiate and amateur players. Home to thousands of training players and teams, and hundreds of tournaments each year, USTA’s National Campus has built the training grounds for the next generation of great American tennis players. The USTA National Campus is open to the public and serve all levels of play for all ages

The cutting-edge center is located on 64-plus acres and features a total of 100 courts (32 Plexicusion hard courts, 32 Har-Tru green clay courts, 16 ReBound Ace short courts, eight DecoTurf acrylic cushion courts, six European Terre Davis red clay and six ReBound Ace indoor courts) along with two stadium courts.

  • USTA National Campus has more than 200,000+ annual visitors and attendees s (includes players, spectators, special events and visitors)
  • The National Campus incorporates the latest technology to provide an unparalleled playing, training and educational experience. 26 courts are PlaySight SmartCourts that have court analytics and 84 tournament courts feature live streaming
  • Current and former pros that have visited, trained, coached and played at the facility include Chris Evert, Jim Courier, the Bryan Brothers, Ivan Lendl, James Blake, Jack Sock, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Madison Keys, Donald Young, CiCi Bellis and Frances Tiafoe
  • In the first six months, 420 top American current and aspiring professional tennis players have trained at USTA Player Development
  • Selected as the host site of the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2019 and 2021, as well as the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships in 2022.
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