College On Tour

Current and past college tennis players playing in professional tournaments.

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee’s “Olympians Made Here” and “Paralympians Made Here” campaigns are designed to strengthen Olympic and Paralympic sport programming at the collegiate level. The USTA continues to support college tennis across the country, highlighted...
MELBOURNE, Australia — Ann Chisholm contemplated traveling from her Minnesota home to watch the main-draw debut of her cousin Danielle Collins at the Australian Open, but it seemed like a flight of fancy. Collins had lost in the first...
When former college tennis player-turned Silicon Valley tech guru Mark Hurd first came up with the idea to award two up-and-coming pros who played college tennis with the financial help they would need to succeed on the professional tour,...
ATP — Brayden Schnur’s best week ever got even better on Saturday at the New York Open. Having never won an ATP Tour main draw match before this week, the Canadian qualifier saved five set points in the opening...
Below is a look at players with collegiate tennis ties competing in the 2018 US Open. Men's SinglesNoah Rubin, Wake ForestBradley Klahn, StanfordSteve Johnson, USCJohn Isner, GeorgiaKevin Anderson, IllinoisCameron Norrie, TCUMackenzie McDonald, UCLATennys Sandgren, TennesseeYannick Hanfmann, USCYannick Maden, ClemsonCollin Altamirano, Virginia Men's DoublesBradley...
If you're looking through the men's singles draw for the 2020 US Open, you might come across some former collegiate men's players -- 14 to be exact. Each of the 14 left a legacy at their school and in...
With doubles play beginning this morning in Paris, we took a walk down memory lane and dug up some achievements from the players' college days. The thirteen former women's collegiate players were the best of the best while in...

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