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Final standings

2014 Australian Open - Day 1

Denis Kudla and Irina Falconi won the 2015 Australian Open Wild Card Challenge to earn wild cards into the 2015 Australian Open men's and women's main draws. Check out the final standings here.

Australian Open Wild Card Playoff information


The Australian Wild Card Challenge will award a men's and women's wild card into the 2015 Australian Open to an American man and woman with the best results competing at a series of events on the USTA Pro Circuit. Get all the latest news here.


2015 USTA Pro Circuit calendars

2014 US Open - Day 6

The first three months of the 2015 USTA Pro Circuit men's and women's schedules have just been released. Click here for the men's and women's calendars


Tournament entry, withdrawal deadline changes


Due to the holiday closures at the ITF, some deadlines for tournaments in December and January will be affected. Click here for more information.

Around the Circuit: July 2014 newsletter


Please check out the latest information in and around the USTA Pro Circuit.

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

2012 US Open - Previews

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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Interested in hosting a USTA Pro Circuit event? Click here to complete the USTA Pro Circuit Prospect Questionnaire.


Circuit Spotlight


Check out the players, coaches, sponsors, tournaments and more that have been featured in the USTA Pro Circuit Spotlight.

Photo galleries


Check out photos of your favorite players in action and and various events that take place throughout the year on the USTA Pro Circuit.



Watch videos from USTA Pro Circuit events, including tournament highlights, interviews, 10 and Under Tennis clinics and more.


Results: 52 Record(s) Found.

Local favorite Muhammad advances at Party Rock Open

Las Vegas native and wild card Asia Muhammad used the home-court crowd to her advantage on Wednesday night, beating qualifier Gabriela Dabrowski of Canada, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, in the first round of the Party Rock Open. Read More

Burdette wins at Party Rock Open

Mallory Burdette admitted to feeling a little sad with the start of school on Monday in Palo Alto where she would be starting her senior year at Stanford if she hadn’t made the decision to start her professional tennis career instead. Read More

Party Rock Open debuts in Las Vegas

The Party Rock Open, a women’s $50,000 USTA Pro Circuit event sponsored by Redfoo of the hit group LMFAO, is taking place in Las Vegas this week. Among the players scheduled to compete are top seed Edina Gallovits-Hall of Romania and Americans Irina Falconi, Grace Min and Mallory Burdette. Read More

2012 NCAA Champion Johnson claims US Open wild card

University of Southern California standout and two-time NCAA champion Steve Johnson has earned a main-draw wild card into the 2012 US Open after earning the most ATP World Tour ranking points at two of four USTA Pro Circuit hard-court events. Read More

Stanford standout Burdette claims US Open wild card

Bank Of The West Classic - Day 2
Stanford University standout Mallory Burdette has earned a main-draw wild card into the 2012 US Open. This year, the USTA awarded one women’s singles main-draw wild card into the US Open to the American who earned the most WTA Tour Ranking points at two of three USTA Pro Circuit hard-court events—$50,000 events in Yakima, Wash., and Lexington, Ky., and a $100,000 event in Vancouver. Read More

USTA Pro Circuit Spotlight: Andres Pedroso, July 2012

The July USTA Pro Circuit Spotlight features Andres Pedroso, the associate head coach of men’s tennis at the University of Virginia, who is a coach this summer for the USTA Collegiate Team, an elite training program that gives the top American college tennis players an opportunity to compete on the USTA Pro Circuit. Read More

Pro tennis to return to Joplin after overcoming 2011 tornado

Professional tennis will make its return to Joplin, Mo., after a one-year absence. The break was due to the damaging effects of the tornado that forced the cancellation of the USTA Pro Circuit men’s Futures tournament in 2011. Read More

Getting to know... Maria Sanchez

Maria Sanchez’s 2012 season has been anything but normal in her rookie year on the women’s professional circuit, which has seen her rise in the world rankings from No. 687 to a career-high 225. Sanchez recently took time to talk about her relationship with Chris Evert, what life is like on the tour, winning her first USTA Pro Circuit title and much more. Read More

2012 US Open wild card to be decided by results in USTA Pro Circuit events

The Championships - Wimbledon 2012: Day Six
USTA Player Development will award wild cards into the 2012 US Open to the American woman and the American man who earn the most ranking points at select USTA Pro Circuit events this summer. Read More

Sanchez Claims First $50,000 USTA Title

Playing before family and friends, former USC All-American Maria Sanchez captured her first USTA Pro Circuit Challenger title with a three-set win over 18-year-old Jessica Pegula of Boca Raton, Fla., 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, in the $50,000 FSP Gold River Women's Challenger. Read More
Results: 52 Record(s) Found.
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