2014 Har-Tru USTA Pro Circuit Wild Card Challenge standings


One American man and one American woman will receive a wild card to compete in the 2014 French Open based on their results competing on the USTA Pro Circuit in the Har-Tru USTA Pro Circuit Wild Card Challenge. Follow the challenge standings starting Monday, April 21.


Tournament wild-card events


Learn more about opportunities for players to receive wild cards into upcoming USTA Pro Circuit tournaments.

About the USTA Pro Circuit

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Learn more about the USTA Pro Circuit, which has served as the pathway to tour and Grand Slam events, teaching young players what it takes to become professionals while delivering top-level tennis to local communities throughout the United States.

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Photo galleries


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Results: 8 Record(s) Found.

Top Americans breaking through after old college try

First, John Isner made a successful transition from college tennis to the pros. Now former NCAA champions Bradley Klahn and Steve Johnson appear to be following in his footsteps. Read More

USTA Pro Circuit players to compete for French Open wild card

Atlanta Tennis Championships - Day 4
For the third straight year, the USTA Pro Circuit will determine wild cards into the French Open. In the Har-Tru USTA Pro Circuit Wild Card Challenge, the American man and American woman who earn the most ranking points at select USTA Pro Circuit clay-court events will earn wild cards to compete in Paris.​ Read More

USTA Pro Circuit players reach for Grand Slam dreams at US Open National Playoffs

The fifth edition of the US Open National Playoffs kicks off this spring, and many USTA Pro Circuit players will compete not only for a chance to fulfill their dreams of playing in the US Open. Some will even use it as a springboard for their pro tennis careers. Read More

All-American Sunday finals highlight USTA Pro Circuit

It was a stellar weekend for Team USA, with four young Americans advancing to form a pair of U.S. vs. U.S. finals on the USTA Pro Circuit. Read More

Actress Cuoco entertains fans at Calabasas Futures exhibition

Kaley Cuoco, star of the hit TV show “The Big Bang Theory,” showed flashes of the form that made her a competitive USTA junior player during the "Kaley Cuoco & Friends Exhibition," held March 22 in conjunction with the USTA Men’s Pro Tennis Championships of Calabasas. Read More

US Open National Playoffs to return for fifth season

The US Open National Playoffs return in 2014, daring players of all ages -- from USTA Pro Circuit standouts to recreational players -- to dream of competing on the ultimate stage in tennis: the US Open.​ Read More

NASCAR driver Ellis visits $25,000 event in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Ryan Ellis, who drives for FDNY Racing and the No. 28 Chevy Silverado for the 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) campaign, took time away from the race track to enjoy some tennis at the Daytona Beach $25,000 Women's Tennis Tournament in Daytona Beach, Fla. Read More

USTA Pro Circuit opens 35th season with clay events in Florida

The 35th season of the USTA Pro Circuit kicks off this week, and 2014 looks to be an exciting one, with a record 36 tournaments on clay, live streaming of several men's and women's tournaments taking place throughout the year, Grand Slam wild cards to be decided and up-and-coming stars in action. Read More
Results: 8 Record(s) Found.
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