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ParentingAces Guide to ITA Tour: Fall Circuit by UTR 2020

A huge thank you to Tennis Parent, Diane Terry, for putting together this comprehensive resource to the 2020 ITA/UTR Fall Circuit! Please share as you see fit.

For the first time, the ITA has extended its popular Summer Circuit series to the Fall. Currently there are 169 events hosted at 84 different sites in 29 states over 10 weeks starting September 18 and ending November 22*. Twenty-five events offer prize money!

Each weekend event will last 2-3 days with a minimum of 2 matches guaranteed. These are open events – all you need to register is a $30 ITA player membership. If you played a Summer Circuit event, that membership includes Fall events. Selections will be made by UTR if registrations exceed draw limits. Depending on the number of applicants, there may be multiple draws – no draw will exceed 32 players.

Registration for the first weeks starts August 31 so purchase a membership now. Each tournament has a fee of $65. For more information, please visit site

To assist you in finding tournaments close to home, we have created a chart listing tournaments by location (state, metro area) by week. Host sites include universities, tennis academies or clubs, and even a couple of high schools. For universities, we have listed the division and identified universities that only have women’s teams. There are host sites from all divisions – D1, D2, D3, NAIA, and JUCO. The national championship NAIA Georgia Gwinnett near Atlanta is hosting 7 events.

The metro areas with the most events (within 100 miles) are Atlanta (10), Chicago (9), Detroit(9), Houston (9), Orlando (8), Cleveland (7), Los Angeles (7), Norfolk, Virginia (5), and Salt Lake City (5). Every USTA section in the continental United States hosts at least one event except New England. The Midwest has the most events with 35 followed by Southern (27), Texas (21), Missouri Valley (20), and Florida (19). Besides Texas and Florida, the states with the most events include California (14), Ohio (12), Virginia (11), Georgia (11), Illinois (9), Michigan (9) and Kansas (8).

The current prize money events are hosted in Gulf Shores, Alabama (family vacation, anyone?), Lowell Arkansas, Atlanta, Wichita Kansas, Kearney Nebraska, Lexington SC, Houston, Wichita Falls Texas, Waco Texas, and Salt Lake City. Southern has the most prize money events (10) followed by Texas with 9.

Click the graphic below to open a new window containing a clearer version of the full pdf file.

*Subject to change due to pandemic


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