USPTA Announces 2017 Surface Championships Schedule
The United States Professional Tennis Association has released the schedule for the 2017 National Surface Championship Series.
Now in its twelfth year, the USPTA Surface Championships offer USPTA members the opportunity to test their playing skills in competition and earn prize money at each event. The national tournaments are open to Professional-level members in good standing.
The 2017 series will kick off at the Racquet Club of Memphis, Memphis, Tenn., with the USPTA Indoor Championships, March 17-19. Registration for the tournament is now open and will feature events in 14 categories. To register for the USPTA Indoor Championships, go to www.setteo.com/torneos/uspta-indoor-championships. Registration for the remaining tournaments will be posted at a later date.
The second tournament, USPTA Clay Court Championships, will be held at the Sanchez Casal Academy, Naples, Fla., May 19-21.
Next up are the 2017 USPTA Grass Court Championships, tentatively scheduled for June 20-23 at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I.
To wrap up the 2017 season, the USPTA Hard Court Championships will be held at the River Place Country Club in Austin, Texas, Nov. 3-5.
The use of Setteo, the official club and tournament software platform of the USPTA, allows USPTA members to register for surface tournaments and get quick and easy access to location information, match times and results.
2017 USPTA National Surface Championship Series schedule:
USPTA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, March 17-19
Racquet Club of Memphis, Memphis, Tenn.
USPTA CLAY COURT CHAMPIONSHIPS, May 19-21
Sanchez Casal Academy, Naples, Fla.
USPTA GRASS COURT CHAMPIONSHIPS, June 20-23
International Tennis Hall of Fame, Newport, R.I. (tentative)
USPTA HARD COURT CHAMPIONSHIPS, Nov. 3-5
River Place Country Club, Austin, Texas
About the USPTA
Founded in 1927, the USPTA is the global leader in tennis-teacher certification and professional development. With more than 14,000 members worldwide, the association raises the standards of tennis-teaching professionals and coaches and promotes a greater awareness of the sport.