A USTA Pro Circuit with $25,000 in prize money.
Tournament play begins September 30th, 2019
The Gregg Wadley Tennis Pavilion and the Headington Family Tennis Center on the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman, Oklahoma
The USTA Pro Circuit event was designed for rising stars to enable them to earn WTA/ATP points and has a proven track record of drawing future grand slam champions.
Besides creating opportunities to inspire and entertain new and seasoned lovers of the game, our goal is to bring professional tennis to Norman and create a following for the next generation of players.
HEADINGTON FAMILY TENNIS CENTER
Highlights of the 55,000 square-foot facility include six air-conditioned courts, championship-quality lighting and surface, and approximately 375 chair-back seats for spectators. With 12 outdoor courts, Oklahoma has one of the finest outdoor tennis facilities in the Big 12 conference. The main purpose of this is to offer the players the best opportunity to compete at the highest level and showcase elite tennis and future grand slam champions.
Oklahoma Tennis Foundation positively impacts lives by supporting & funding organizations that promote tennis & education throughout the great state of Oklahoma.
The Foundation works to:
Maintain and promote the Oklahoma Tennis Hall of Fame
Support and help fund tennis organizations and programs that improve lives throughout the state of Oklahoma
Provide scholarships to junior tennis players to help with higher education & tournament costs
Partner with Oklahoma public schools to improve school tennis facilities
Create awareness about how tennis can positively impact lives
The Oklahoma Tennis Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of children and adults, people with disabilities, and others with special needs through tennis and educational programs that are based on health, fitness, character-building and self-improvement. Donations to the OK Tennis Foundation are tax-exempt under the Federal Income Tax under Section 501 (c) 3 of the the Internal Revenue code of 1954.
The USTA Pro Circuit was founded in 1979 and is the largest, most comprehensive developmental professional tennis circuit in the world.
Over 100 events, hosting over 2,000 international men and women’s players, are held across the country each year awarding from $10,000 to $100,000 in prize money per tournament and WTA/ATP ranking points.
Players competing include pros beginning their careers, pros trying to improve their WTA/ATP ranking, and top-ranked junior players.
Numerous top WTA & ATP players started on the ITF Pro Circuit.
The usta pro circuit
Former players in the
USTA Pro Circuit include:
2018 Wimbledon Doubles Champion
2016 Australian Open Quarterfinalist
2018 Wimbledon Semifinalist
2017 Wimbledon Semifinalist
2017 Australian Open Third Round
2017 US Open Champion
2018 Miami Open Champion
2017 Norman Open Champion
2017 US Open Semifinalist
2017 Australian Open Semifinalist
2003 US Open Champion