In order to continue fulfilling the USTA’s mission of growing the sport of tennis, the USTA National Campus is launching one of its most unique and exciting programs this fall. “Let’s Tennis Lake Nona” will begin on September 6, and the month-long program is designed to introduce newcomers to the sport for a lifetime.

For a flat fee of $50, new and novice players will have the opportunity to learn the basics of tennis from the USTA National Campus teaching professionals. With tennis participation on the rise throughout the country, Let’s Tennis Lake Nona is the perfect and most affordable way to pick up the sport in your community.


The adult beginner clinics are designed for introductory players and will serve as a preview for regular USTA National Campus programming. Advanced registration is required for each clinic, as only those pre-registered players will be permitted to attend. The USTA National Campus will provide a loaner racquet for players who don’t own a racquet.

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For more details, players interested in the Let’s Tennis Lake Nona program can visit

Let’s Tennis Lake Nona will officially kick off with a special US Open watch party on September 5 at Boxi Park on Labor Day.

Boxi Park will be open from 4-9 p.m. as the USTA National Campus, in collaboration with Tavistock, will bring the US Open to Lake Nona!

The US Open matches taking place that afternoon and evening will be shown on the big screens, while the free family-friendly event will also include giveaways, pop-up tennis court activation, and, of course, the famous US Open Honey Deuce cocktail.

More information on the kickoff event can also be found at the link above.

For those between the ages of 5-17, or those looking for regular USTA National Campus programming, the fall session begins on August 15, and you can register online at for various youth and adult programs.