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2021 Wild Card Reports

MEN'S WOMEN'S
Naples, FL M25 - Week of February 15th Rome, GA W60 - Week of January 25th 
Naples, FL M25 - Week of February 22nd Orlando, FL W25 - Week of February 15th 
Cleveland, OH ATP80 - Week of March 15th  Boca Raton, FL W25 - Week of February 22nd
Orlando, FL ATP80 - Week of April 12th  Newport Beach, CA W25 - Week of March 1st
Tallahassee, FL ATP80 - Week of April 19th Charlottesville, VA W60 - Week of April 26th
Pensacola, FL M25 - Week of May 17th Naples, FL W25 - Week of May 3rd
Little Rock, AR ATP80 - Week of May 31st Charleston, SC W100 - Week of May 3rd
Orlando, FL ATP80 - Week of June 7th Bonita Springs, FL W100 - Week of May 10th
Wichita, KS M25 - Week of June 7th Pelham, AL W25 - Week of May 17th
Tulsa, OK M25 - Week of June 14th Sumter, SC W25 - Week of June 14th 
Champaign, IL M15 - Week of June 21st Charleston, SC W60 - Week of June 21st
Weston, FL M15 - Week of June 28th Evansville, IN W25 - Week of July 12th
Edwardsville, IL M15 - Week of July 19th  
Cary, NC ATP80 - Week of July 19th  
Champaign, IL M25 - Week of July 26th  
Lexington, KY ATP80 - Week of July 26th  
Decatur, IL M25 - Week of August 2nd  

USTA Merit-Based Wild Cards

Updated 1/7/21:
 
Due to the uncertainty of the 2021 tournament schedules across the Junior and Pro Competitive Pathway it has been determined to continue the suspension of the Merit-Based Wildcards.  
 
We recommend that you submit wild card requests (via the link below). We cannot guarantee any wild cards, but our wild card Committees will work tirelessly to assist as many players as possible during this unprecedented time.  
 
Wild Card Request Link: https://usta.fairplayams.com/AMS/public/sites/tennis/usta/ustaRequestWildcard.aspx

 

How to start playing Professional tournaments

The ITF World Tennis Tour provides entry level professional opportunities for players desiring to compete at the highest stages of professional tennis. As players compete, they have the opportunity to earn prize money and ranking points.   Players earn ITF World Tennis Ranking points and/or in some events ATP or WTA Ranking points.   As players having successful performances, they earn greater ranking points which assist players to move up to the next level of the professional tournament.

 

 
 
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