Here is how to watch the 2021 Division I women’s tennis selections
The 2021 DI women’s tennis championship selections will be announced at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT today, Monday, May 3. The selection show will stream live here on NCAA.com.
The 2021 DI women’s tennis championships will be held May 16-28 at USTA National Campus (Collegiate Center) in Orlando, Florida. Stanford has won the last two national championships in DI women’s tennis, including three of the last four. Watch the Cardinal capture the 2019 title here.
Here is how to watch the 2021 Division I men’s tennis selections
The 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship selections will be announced at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT today, Monday, May 3, on the NCAA.com stream. The 2021 championship will be at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, from May 20 to May 29.
Texas won the 2019 DI Men’s Tennis Championship, defeating Wake Forest 4-1 a year after the Demon Deacons won the 2018 national championship. Virginia and Southern California had combined to win the previous nine championships before that.
Below is the schedule for the team championship:
- Sunday, May 16 (Women’s Round of 16)
- Monday, May 17 (Men’s Round of 16)
- Tuesday, May 18 (Off/Weather Buffer)
- Wednesday, May 19 (Women’s Quarterfinals)
- Thursday, May 20 (Men’s Quarterfinals)
- Friday, May 21 (Women’s & Men’s Semifinals)
- Saturday, May 22 (Women’s & Men’s Championship)
Below is the schedule for the singles and doubles championships:
- Sunday, May 23
- Monday, May 24
- Tuesday, May 25
- Wednesday, May 26
- Thursday, May 27
- Friday, May 28
Start times are TBD
Tickets for the NCAA Division I Championships are available for purchase here, beginning at 12 p.m. ET on Friday, April 30.
A limited number of tickets are available for purchase by the general public for the upcoming NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the USTA National Campus. The Campus will be permitted to allow up to 50% fan seating capacity per the NCAA’s updated fan attendance policy for outdoor championships.
Fans are required to wear a face covering at all times, abide by social distancing requirements and any other health and safety protocols established at the USTA National Campus.
There will be two sessions for each day of the team event, with the exception of the team finals, while tickets for the individual event will be for a full day of play. Tickets per session will cost $10 and all tickets will be general admission seating. Ticket sales are limited to the available capacity for each session.
Fans are encouraged to buy tickets early as the very limited number of tickets are expected to sell out quickly. All guests at the USTA National Campus are required to fill out this health questionnaire each day they visit.