USTA Pro Circuit Homepage
Since 1979, many of the best young players in the United States and beyond have launched their careers on the USTA Pro Circuit. Here you can get the most up-to-date USTA Pro Circuit schedules, fact sheets, draws and information.
USTA Player Services
The players services department works with junior and professional players in order to assist with handling all wild-card requests, player grant requests and disbursements, ITF entries for junior players traveling to international events, as well as providing players, parents and coaches with assistance in understanding the various rules associated with ITF junior and pro events and ATP and WTA events.
Amateurism Forms and Information
Click here for the NCAA legislation and governance overview, as well as an official amateurism reimbursement form.
Pro Tour Transition Camps
During the summer, USTA Player Development hosts two Pro Tour Transition camps. Participants include the collegiate players selected for the USTA Collegiate Team, along with top U.S. junior players.
USTA Collegiate Teams
The USTA Collegiate Teams, created by the USTA and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) in 1996, provide elite training and playing opportunities for the top American varsity collegiate tennis players. The program is designed to provide players with valuable exposure to the professional circuit in a team-oriented environment.
ITA Summer Circuit
Nearly 30,000 men and women have competed in ITA Summer Circuit events since it began in 1993. The circuit provides college (and junior and alumni) players the opportunity to compete in organized events virtually year-round. The ITA Summer Circuit is currently made up of eight regional circuits (East, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, Central, Mountain, Texas and West) consisting of four consecutive open tournaments played during the month of July, leading up to the USTA/ITA National Summer Championships in Bloomington, Ind., in August.
Campus Showdowns are a USTA/ITA joint program, bringing open one-day events to college campuses all over the country.
Master’U by BNP Paribas
Find out more about the winning U.S. collegiate team that competed in Rouen, France, in December 2012.