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Women’s Tennis Camps and Tournaments

 

 

Impact of Coronavirus on College Tennis Recruiting: The NCAA has continued its suspension of all in-person recruiting through August 31; Different rules have been approved for the D2 level.  The NCAA also granted an extra year of eligibility to college seniors. The impact of coronavirus on sports is that right now, all recruiting activity is happening online. The timing of when sports will come back is being determined by the state, local and national governing bodies. Here is more information on how coronavirus will impact Tennis.  We’re also sharing survey results from 600+ college coaches, in which we asked how they think COVID-19 will impact recruiting.

Women's tennis camps are a great way to hone every aspect of your game on the court with top instructors, whether it's on a college campus you're thinking of attending or with private, professional instructors. We hope this list will help you identify college tennis camps near you that will help on your tennis recruiting journey.

2020 women’s college tennis camps

We have pulled together a list of every college women's tennis camp in the country with the date and cost for each camp. To see what camps were available this summer, look no further than this free list 2020 women’s college tennis camps and keep checking back because we'll be updating camps details as they are available. 

2020 Camps Update

  • Most college camps scheduled for 2020 have been canceled due to the NCAA’s response to COVID-19. Please check with camp organizers for the most current information on camp availability.

The difference between tennis camps and tennis schools

Depending on where you are with your tennis, you might be considering both women's tennis camps and tennis schools. Here are some distinctions to keep in mind between the two.

You can find information on college tennis camps online, and we highly recommend that you research any potential camp in depth before you sign up for it. You should ask questions like:

  • Who will be instructing the women's tennis camps day-to-day?
  • How long will the tennis camps last, and how much will they cost? Will that fit into your family's plans for the summer?
  • What do you hope to gain from attending the tennis camp? Would you prefer a college tennis camp experience that focuses more on getting you confident on the court, or one that will give you intense instruction in specific aspects of the game?

While you have the choice of attending women's tennis camps that might last a couple hours each day or overnight for a week at a time (which can be a great chance to experience what life is like on a college campus), some players might also be interested in tennis schools (e.g. IMG Academy). At tennis schools, women's tennis players receive in-depth instruction in the sport while also preparing for college in a preparatory school environment. Typically, tennis schools offer low student-to-faculty and player-to-coach ratios—but a variety of factors may weigh in on whether tennis schools, as opposed to college tennis camps, will be right for your family.

Major women’s tennis tournaments 

Tennis tournaments provide recruits opportunities to play year-round and range from single-day to multi-day events with both singles and doubles competitive play. When selecting which tournaments a recruit will attend, she should evaluate how well her skill level matches with the competition and what tournament college coach typically attend. Once a recruit has identified a list of tournaments that meet her needs, it’s time to register.

After a recruit registers for a tennis tournament, she should notify college coaches that she will be competing at the tournament. When the tournament is over, recruits should update their NCSA Recruiting Profile with any new achievements or stats and reach out to college coaches to let them know about their tournament performance. 

What are some of the best tennis camps?

Having a hard time selecting a tennis tournament to attend? We suggest starting with junior tournaments hosted by the United States Tennis Association (USTA). The USTA is dedicated to the growth of tennis at all levels and offers a variety of tennis tournaments where recruits can gain valuable competition experience against top talent. Visit the USTA website to learn more about the USTA’s junior tournaments

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Find tennis camps near you with our complete list of camp opportunities that will help increase exposure to college coaches and showcase your skillset.

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