TEMPE, AZ. – As we close in on the 2022 ITA All-American Championships, many of the nation’s top Division I players will converge in both Cary, North Carolina (Women’s) and Tulsa, Oklahoma (Men’s) as they look to write their names into the distinguished history books of previous champions. 

At the ITA Women’s All-American Championships, which are set to be held at the Cary Tennis Park for the first time in the event’s history, over 150 of the top players from across the country are set to compete in pre-qualifying, qualifying, and main draw play in both singles and doubles over the course of the Championship. 

Since the first year of competition in 1983, the ITA Women’s All-American Championships have seen many previous champions go on to achieve great careers on the pro tour. Some of these previous champions in singles include the likes of Danielle Collins (Virginia, 2015), Fernanda Contreras Gomez (Vanderbilt, 2017), and Robin Anderson (UCLA, 2014) to name a few. 

In 2022, nine of the top-ten ranked women’s singles players in the ITA Collegiate Tennis National Preseason Rankings Sponsored by Tennis-Point will be competing in main draw action, with countless other nationally ranked players filling out the qualifying and pre-qualifying draws. 

For the ITA Men’s All-American Championships, action is once again set to be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center and LaFortune Park where the brightest stars in men’s collegiate tennis will battle it out for the title of ITA Men’s All-American Champion. 

In previous years, players such as Ben Shelton (Florida, 2021), JJ Wolf (Ohio State, 2018), John Isner (Georgia, 2005), and James Blake (Harvard, 1998) have all won this marquee tournament during the fall season. 

The field this season is as strong as ever, with nineteen of the top twenty ranked players in the ITA Collegiate Tennis National Preseason Rankings entered into the main draw of the Men’s All-American Singles Championship.


2022 ITA All-American Championships Quick Facts

Men’s All-American Championships:

  • Dates: October 1-9, 2022
  • Pre-Qualifying: October 1st & 2nd
  • Qualifying: October 3rd & 4th
  • Main Draw: October 5th-9th
  • Hosted by: The University of Tulsa
  • Event Page

Women’s All-American Championships:

  • Dates: October 1-9, 2022
  • Pre-Qualifying: October 1st & 2nd
  • Qualifying: October 3rd & 4th
  • Main Draw: October 5th-9th
  • Hosted by: Cary Tennis Park (Duke, North Carolina, NC State) 
  • Event Page
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