Spring Tennis Festival
FEBRUARY 17-21, MARCH 22-25, APRIL 11-17, 2022
Exciting, World-Class Tennis Returns to Innisbrook in 2022 with the First Annual Spring Tennis Festival!
This year's events include the USTA Men's National Championships, the first annual Bryan Brothers Cup, and the annual U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships.
Special VIP Packages and Sponsorships are available.
For more information about sponsorship packages and tickets, please visit the link below:
USTA Men's National Championships
February 17-21, 2022
The Spring Tennis Festival kicks off with the USTA Men’s National Championships featuring some of the best tennis players throughout the U.S.
Bryan Bros Cup
March 22-25, 2022
Join us for three world-class tennis events featuring Mike and Bob Bryan and eight of the world's best doubles players. This first-year event will not only feature the world's greatest doubles players but Mike and Bob Bryan will also play a legend's match — a must-see event!
U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships
April 11-17, 2022
Our annual U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships, a USTA Pro Circuit event, attracts some of the best professional female tennis players from around the world. This week-long event will showcase world-class women's tennis, nightly live entertainment, food and drinks, and a social atmosphere that rivals some of the area's best.
Strategically placed in the tour calendar, the U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships is part of the USTA Pro Circuit Event Tour. With the WTA Volvo Car Open in Charleston, SC just a week before, this event allows the perfect opportunity for these top-ranked women to continue their preparations for the European Clay Court season and the second Grand Slam of the season, Roland Garros.
Both the USTA Pro Circuit and the U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships boast a rich history of champions. The USTA Pro Circuit was formed in 1979 to provide American players with an opportunity to gain a valuable ranking point on the ATP/WTA tours and has since grown into the largest developmental circuit in the world with over 90 tournaments in the U.S. alone. The U.S. Pro Women's Clay Court Championships has hosted well-known players such as Billie Jean King, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, and Steffi Graff, along with past Pro Circuit players Maria Sharapova, Naomi Ozaka, Coco Gauff, Cici Bellis, and more. Over 70% of the players that will play in this event will also play in the U.S. Open, Australian Open, Wimbledon, and Roland Garros.