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USTA National Campus
The United States Tennis Association has found a New Home of American Tennis in Lake Nona. A state-of-the-art facility with 102 courts houses the USTA’s Community Tennis and Player Development divisions as well as the University of Central Florida's tennis teams. This facility is divided into dedicated areas that focus on the pathway from the youngest players to recreational players, to collegians, to future professional players and professional tour-level players.
The New Home of American Tennis
This complex is located on 63-acres of land and includes a range of sought after amenities such as designated areas for professionals, semi-professionals and USTA’s Player Development divisions to practice on hard or clay courts. These areas also let the USTA deliver events like never before, setting a new functional standard for the sport.
The United States Professional Tennis Association is the global leader in tennis teacher certification and professional development and has 15,000 members worldwide. World Headquarters are currently located in Houston; however, in 2015 the Board of Directors voted to relocate to Lake Nona to sit alongside the USTA National Campus.
From Lake Nona, the USPTA will manage their vast membership of Professional and Elite Professional-level members who work full-time in the tennis industry with job titles including general manager, director of tennis, assistant professional and coach. A small and growing part of the membership includes Recreational Coaches and part-time teachers of tennis. With the USPTA, along with the USTA National Campus, Lake Nona will truly be The New Home of American Tennis.
As a state chapter of the United States Tennis Association, USTA Florida has promoted and developed the sport of tennis within the state of Florida for over 65 years. From youth to college age players to adults and more, USTA Florida ensures that courts are taken care of and community leagues exist so everyone who wants to enjoy tennis can.
Serving the Community
USTA Florida is a nonprofit organization that serves more than 1,000 organizational members and 4,000 individual members in the state to ensure one thing: that all those who love tennis have access to it.Visit Website