Mid-Atlantic Tennis Campus Location Announced

April 11, 2022

The moment has arrived.


Following an announcement by USTA Mid-Atlantic on March 10, 2022 of plans to build a state-of-the-art 36-court tennis campus in Loudoun County, Va., the nonprofit organization is now able to share specifics on the location of the campus. 


USTA Mid-Atlantic Section is pleased to announce that, subject to a zoning approval, the tennis campus will be part of The Village at Clear Springs, an innovative planned residential community located south of Heritage High School, between Evergreen Mills Road and the Dulles Greenway in Leesburg, Va. 


The tennis campus will be the premier amenity of this proposed master planned community. On 246 acres, The Village at Clear Springs is planned to have a diverse slate of housing types, parks and a natural environment with an abundance of active and passive recreational amenities for residents and visitors. USTA Mid-Atlantic will work with Clear Springs Development Group, which has gifted the 20-acre parcel of land for the tennis campus development.  


The announcement of the tennis campus has garnered interest and praise from world renowned visionaries and thought leaders in tennis from the Mid-Atlantic region, notably one of the greatest tennis players of all time and equality champion Billie Jean King.  


“The new USTA Mid-Atlantic tennis campus will create champions in tennis and in life, providing increased access and opportunity for our sport and for the region,” said Billie Jean King.  “This campus will be a place where diverse groups come together to connect through the sport, meeting the social, emotional and physical needs of the community.” 


To read further about the location announcement and the excitement building for the project among the tennis and sporting world, including among professional players and prominent tennis figures in the Mid-Atlantic and beyond make sure to visit www.ustamidatlantictenniscampus.com. 

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