International tennis players from all over the world come over to the USA to play collegiate tennis, 30% of all college tennis players are internationals. Some of the best players to ever play the game have gone through the US college route including names such as; John McInroe and Billy Jean King. There are many players on the tour today that played their four years in college before turning pro.
There are over 1000 universities to choose from across the NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA divisions. Each boasting excellent facilities set to improve your game. Colleges also have some of the best coaches in the game that have either played at the professional level or have played at college level. College tennis is a great way to take your tennis game to the next level and earn a university degree at the same time.
Will I be accepted into a US university?
Before we look at your tennis skills, we have to look into your academic skills to see if you will be eligible to play. You can be the worlds greatest tennis player but if you do not have the grades, you university cannot admit you. You are looking to earn a degree after all so having good grades is important. You will also have to take the SAT/ACT test beforehand, each university will have a different score that is required to be admitted in. Once we have looked at your grades we will then assess your playing ability either by watching you live or through video footage. We will then attentively look to place you into a university that is right for you.