Did you know that…
- If college tennis was a country, it would have the most players in the ATP top 300 in the world.
- Every NCAA singles champion in the past 10 years has made it to the ATP top 500.
- Each year the NCAA-singles winner (with U.S. citizenship) receives a Wildcard for the first subsequent US Open? Englishman Paul Jubb won it in 2019, even receiving a Wildcard to Wimbledon!
- The University of Gerogia’s Tennis Complex seats over 5,000 people.
- The average age of a pro tennis player reaching the top 100 is 28 (male) and 26 (female) – that is one of the reasons why playing college tennis between the age of 18 and 22 is the perfect way to continue improving after your junior career.
- In addition to college matches and tournaments, college tennis players get the opportunity to play between 15 and 20 ATP/WTA tournaments per year.
- Slamstox has an exclusive partnership with Universal Tennis Ratings (UTR)? UTR is one of the most commonly used recruiting standards in college tennis and the best way to compare tennis players all over the world.
- Slamstox even a UTR-tournement and other college tennis events organizes? These events are often attended by American coaches to scout players.
- Slamstox will help set up a close collaboration between your junior coach in your country and your college coach to develop the ultimate program to improve your tennis skills while in the US and during your school holidays back home.
- Slamstox team member Peter Lucassen (University of Southern California) is one of the most successful college tennis players ever? He has won the NCAA Division 1 championships four times in a row!
- Slamstox founder Pedro Mol also played college tennis? Pedro played for the University of North Carolina Wilmington and won three conference titles in four years!
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