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Missouri Valley / Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Tennis Center Hosting USTA National League Championships

Casey McKenzie | October 13, 2021

Oklahoma City Tennis Center (OKCTC) is hosting the 2021 USTA League National Championships this October. The competition began Oct. 1 and concludes this coming weekend on Oct. 17. This is the second time OKCTC has hosted the USTA League National Championships, the first being in 2019 when the facility became the first in Oklahoma to ever host the National Championships. 

  

Each USTA League season culminates with the annual USTA League National Championships, where representatives from all 17 sections compete in 16 League national championship events in locations across the United States. In addition to Oklahoma City, 2021 host sites include Phoenix, Arizona; Surprise, Arizona; and Orlando, Florida. 

 

The Facility Director for the Oklahoma City Tennis Center, Steve Henry, says hosting this event is a big undertaking with a lot of pressure, but is confident OKCTC and the local tennis community is up to the challenge. “I can’t pull this off without help from our volunteers and support from local area clubs,” says Henry. That support includes backup locations in case of weather delays. “Imagine traveling here from as far away as Hawaii and it rains.  Our friends at Edmond Center Court, Lifetime Fitness and Oaktree Country Club are this year’s indoor rain backup.”

 

It's estimated over 400 players and family members will attend each weekend of the three-weekend event. Organizers say that between incoming flights, car rentals, dining out and over 2,700 nights of hotel accommodations this is a great way to generate revenue for the Oklahoma City area.

 

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