Schedule Revealed for 2022 ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit Powered by Universal Tennis

Schedule Revealed for 2022 ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit Powered by Universal Tennis

Open events will be held over six consecutive weekends from June 18 to July 25 for juniors, collegiate players, and adults

Palo Alto, CA - The 2022 schedule for the ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit powered by Universal Tennis has been announced with 63 events culminating in a National Summer Championships.

Events will be held over six consecutive weekends, beginning on June 18 and continuing through July 25. The ITA Tennis-Point National Summer Championships will be held at Florida State University from August 11-16. Eligible winners of the National Summer Championship will receive wild cards into the 2022 ITA Men’s and Women’s All American Championships in the fall.

The partnership between the ITA and Universal Tennis was first launched in the summer of 2018, and seven Circuits have been held so far. Events are categorized as “open,” which means there are no age or level restrictions, and players from high-level juniors to adults are eligible to compete.

The summer 2022 events will provide great opportunities for players to strengthen their UTR Ratings and take part in competitive match play during the summer. At the conclusion of the Summer Circuit, the Top 5 men and Top 5 women will receive automatic entry into the National Summer Championships by Universal Tennis, which includes travel reimbursement.

Tournament registration will begin on May 17 on the Universal Tennis platform. Every player must be an ITA player member to enter. ITA membership costs $35 and will be available for purchase in May, permitting players to compete in all ITA Tour events between May 3, 2022, to April 30, 2023.

Full Schedule:

Week 1: June 18-20

Hobart & William Smith Geneva, NY
St. Thomas Miami Gardens, FL
Georgia Gwinnett Lawrenceville, GA
Northwestern Evanston, IL
Lewis & Clark Salem, OR
North Carolina Wesleyan Rocky Mount, NC
Stevenson Owings Mills, MD
Arizona Tucson, AZ
Chapman Orange, CA
Thomas More Crestview Hills, KY
Tyler Junior College Tyler, TX
Washburn Topeka, KS

Week 2: June 25-27

North Florida (W) Jacksonville, FL
Georgia State Atlanta, GA
Western Michigan Kalamazoo, MI
George Fox Portland, OR
Wake Forest (M) Winston Salem, NC
Pomona Claremont, CA
Belmont Nashville, TN
Abilene Christian Abilene, TX
Iowa Iowa State, IA

Week 3: July 1-3

Colby Waterville, ME
Pantovic Tennis Academy Daphne, AL
Oberlin/Court 1 Tennis Facility Oberlin, OH
Elon Elon, NC
Barnes San Diego, CA
North Texas Denton, TX
St. Mary’s San Antonio, TX
Kansas State Manhattan, KS
Gustavus Asolphus St. Peter, MN

Week 4: July 9-11

Bates Lewiston, ME
Auburn Auburn, AL
Notre Dame South Bend, IN
Whitworth Spokane, WA
Denver Denver, CO
Charlotte Charlotte, NC
Whittier West Covina, CA
Houston Houston, TX
Oklahoma Norman, OK
Champlin Park Champlin, MN

Week 5: July 16-18

Houghton Houghton, NY
Michigan State Lansing, MI
Gonzaga Spokane, WA
Metropolitan State Denver, CO
Lander Greenwood, SC
Azusa Pacific Azusa, CA
Butler/Cracked Rackets Indianapolis, IN
Middle Tennessee/Adams Tennis Complex Murfreesboro, TN
TCU Ft. Worth, TX
Trinity San Antonio, TX
Wichita State Wichita, KS

Week 6: July 23-25

Alabama/Tuscaloosa Tennis Center Tuscaloosa, AL
Grand Valley State Allendale, MI
Boise State Boise, ID
NC State Raleigh, NC
UC Davis Davis, CA
Cleveland Racquet Club Cleveland, OH
CMS Claremont, CA
Tennessee Knoxville, TN
Drake Des Moines, IA
Texas A&M College Station, TX
Arkansas Fayetteville, AR
North Florida (M) Jacksonville, FL

For more information on the ITA Tennis-Point Summer Circuit powered by Universal Tennis click here.


About Universal Tennis

The mission of Universal Tennis is to connect and grow the sport with innovative events and a global digital marketplace centered around level-based play. The Universal Tennis Engagement Platform is anchored by the UTR Rating, the world’s most accurate singles and doubles tennis rating system. Universal Tennis provides the tools and solutions to make the UTR Rating relevant and valuable to players, coaches, and organizers in their local tennis communities. Universal Tennis is creating opportunities and pathways for players from all over the world, in all stages of life, to find better matches and unlock a more fun and flexible tennis experience. Go to to sign up, activate your player profile and join the global tennis community. Watch our video and connect on social @UniversalTennis to learn more.

About the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA)

Originally founded in 1956 by the legendary UCLA men’s tennis coach, J. D. Morgan, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) is the governing body of college tennis, overseeing men’s and women’s varsity tennis at all levels – NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College. Officially incorporated in 1978 as the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Association (ITCA), for over the past four decades the ITA has worked hard to achieve its charter goals: (1) “To foster and encourage the playing of intercollegiate tennis in accordance with the highest tradition of sportsmanship and consistent with the general objectives of higher education.” (2) “To develop among the intercollegiate coaches a deeper sense of responsibility in teaching, promoting, maintaining, and conducting the game of tennis.” And, (3) “To educate and serve those individuals and groups who are involved in collegiate tennis: junior and college players, their coaches and parents, and the at-large tennis public.”

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