The Orlando Open is a professional tennis tournament played on hard courts. It is currently part of the ATP Challenger Tour. It is held annually in Orlando, Florida, United States since 2019.
The facilities at the Orlando Tennis Academy include 18 clay courts, 2 hard courts, and 4 pickleball courts. The academy also has a clubhouse with a pro shop, locker rooms, and a lounge area. The academy hosts tournaments and events throughout the year, including the annual Orlando Open.
The academy offers a range of tennis programs for players of all ages and skill levels, including:
Junior programs: The academy offers junior tennis programs for players aged 5-18, with coaching available for beginners through to nationally ranked players. Programs include group clinics, private lessons, and summer camps.
Adult programs: Adult players can participate in group clinics or take private lessons with experienced coaches. The academy also offers a variety of social tennis events for adults to meet and play with other players.
Elite programs: The Orlando Tennis Academy has a dedicated program for elite players, which includes intensive training, match play, and competition preparation. The program is designed for players who are competing at the national or international level.
The academy's facilities include:
- 18 tennis courts, including 10 clay courts and 8 hard courts.
- A clubhouse with a pro shop, locker rooms, and a lounge area.
- A fitness center and a swimming pool.
- On-site sports massage and sports nutrition services.