A stone entrance sign for the USTA National Campus at Lake Nona

United States Tennis Association

Home of American Tennis®

Orlando is the Home of American Tennis thanks to the United States Tennis Association (USTA) National Campus, where tennis enthusiasts can come watch, learn and play at one of the largest tennis facilities in the world.

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Following a comprehensive and systematic readiness assessment and sanitization process, and with the health and safety of all guests and staff as its foremost consideration, the USTA has developed a set of policies and protocols to help ensure that tennis is played in the safest possible manner. These new policies include providing services by appointment only, required use of face masks at all times when not actively playing, and more, so you can visit with confidence!

Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified or closed. Learn more about healthy travel and what’s open in Orlando, and check with the USTA National Campus for their current status.

Spectators watching a tennis match at the USTA National Campus in Lake Nona

About the USTA National Campus

Open to the public for match play, casual tennis and lesson instruction, the flagship home for American tennis houses 100 floodlit courts, including two championship courts and a 12-court collegiate center, and provides a world-class facility for players and coaches of all levels, from first-time players to touring professionals.

From presenting the next generation of stars from around the world for the Junior Davis Cup and Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals, to welcoming the world's best wheelchair tennis players at the NEC Wheelchair Singles Masters and the UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters, the Campus has held many premier national and international tournaments and ITF World Tennis Tour events, as well as regional and local tennis events, since its 2017 opening.

A group of tennis students walking towards the USTA Welcome Center, The Home of American Tennis® in Orlando, Florida.

In addition to being the home courts for the University of Central Florida, the Campus hosted the best college tennis teams in the country for the 2019 NCAA Division I team and individual tournaments, crowning national champions.

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In all, the Campus features:

Tennis of the Future

TThe USTA has partnered with PlaySight Technologies, creator of the Smart Court, to provide players with interactive technology and useful data at their fingertips, including: ball speed, step count, misses, lobs, aces and more!

Thirty-two courts feature PlaySight technology, while 84 tournament courts feature live streaming.

An elevated view of several of the tennis courts at the USTA Campus.

Hours of Operation

The USTA National Campus is currently open with limited hours due to COVID-19. To plan your visit, go to USTANationalCampus.com and make a reservation for a program or to reserve a court.