United States Tennis Association ( USTA )
Lake Nona will be the home of USTA. It’s expected completion date is set for the fourth quarter of 2016. This will be a state-of-the-art facility that will feature over 100 courts. This facility will house the USTA’s Community Tennis and Player Development divisions and will be divided into dedicated areas that will focus on the complete tennis pathway from the youngest recreational player to future professional players.
The complex will be located on 63 acres of land and will include:
*36/60’ Tennis – This area will include eight 36’ and 8 60’ courts for youth and adults to develop their game.
* High Performance and Player Development Area – This area will include eight red clay courts, and six covered courts for the USTA Player Development Division. This space will include dormitories that can house 32 boys and girls.
* Team USA area – This area will include eight hard and eight clay courts. The courts will be used by the 17 USTA Sections.
* Collegiate Tennis Area – This area will feature 12 hard courts and tournament show court. It will serve as UCF’s Men’s and Women’s varsity tennis program. The court will be equipped with high mast lighting for televised events.
* Tournament and League Area – This area will include 24 clay courts and 16 hard courts. It will let the USTA deliver events like never before.