In 1979, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Pro Circuit was formed to provide players an opportunity to earn professional ranking points needed to compete in major pro tours, and it’s become the largest developmental tennis circuit in the world, with as many as 90 tournaments offering nearly $3 million in prize money.

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If you missed the live stream broadcast of the 2018 Charleston, SC 80K at LTP (April 29 – May 6), there’s still time to watch video recordings of tournament matches.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the video posts located on media player below ↓

Two USTA women’s pro events are scheduled for end of May in Florida.  Check back here for live stream program information or go to the On2In2™ Live Stream Program Guide for a complete overview of all live events and special programming.

 

If you missed the live stream broadcast of the 2018 Boyd Tinsley Clay Court Classic (April 24-29) held at the Boar’s Head Resort and Sports Club, Charlottesville, Virginia, there’s still time to watch video recordings of tournament play.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the video posts located on the media player below ↓

 

If you missed the live stream broadcast of the 2018 Hardees Pro Classic, there’s still time to watch video recordings of tournament matches.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the video posts on the media player below ↓ 

 

The 13th Annual Space Coast Pro Tennis Classic is a $60,000 Women’s USTA Pro Circuit event, with a qualifying draw of 32 professional women tennis players, held at the Kiwi Tennis Club in Indian Harbour Beach, Florida.  It’s the first tournament of the year that’s known as the “French Open Wild Card” series as players can earn points to help them get a spot to compete in the French Open, heightening the competition levels. If you missed the live stream broadcast of the 2018 Space Coast Pro Tennis Classic, there’s still time to watch video recordings of tournament matches by clicking/tapping the “Watch Again” button or selecting from the video posts located on the media player below ↓ 

 

Did you miss the 2018 Dow Tennis Classic?  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the video posts on the media player below ↓

 

The 2017 Waco Showdown (November 7 – 12), was the final leg of the Australian Open Wild Card Challenge which awards a men’s and women’s wild card into the 2018 Australian Open.  If you missed the live broadcast, there’s still time to watch a video recording of the competition.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the video posts on the media player below ↓

 

It’s was a week of live action at the 2017 RBC Pro Challenge (October 31 – November 5), the second of three consecutive women’s hard-court tournaments that make up the USTA’s Australian Open Wild Card Challenge, which awards a men’s and women’s wild card into the 2018 Australian Open.  On November 5, Kristie Ahn defeated Danielle Collins 6-4 6-4 in the final, earning 115 WTA ranking points and $12,161 in prize money.  If you missed the live broadcast of the RBC Pro Challenge, you still have time to watch a video recording of tournament competition.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the posts on the media player below ↓

 

In the women’s singles final of the 2017 Kentucky Bank Tennis Championships on Sunday, August 6, American Sofia Kenin got off to a fast start and a quick 3-0 lead in the opening set.  However, American Grace Min fought back with three different breaks of serve in the final seven games of the set to take it, 6-4.  The second set was all Min, giving the 23 year old, seventh-seeded player in the tournament her first tournament win of the season.  If you missed the live broadcast of 2017 Kentucky Bank Tennis Championships, there’s still time to watch video recordings of tournament matches.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or the posts on the media player below ↓

 

If you missed the live broadcast of 2017 The Gold River Women’s Challenger, there’s still time to watch video recordings of tournament play.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” or select from the video posts on the media player below ↓

 

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Posted by Zola Zeester

Zola is a vagabond playmaker, the On2In2™ recreation guru and primary source of inspiration for this article. Currently resides at Zeester Media HQ.

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