Lake Nona Aces 3rd Big Tennis Organization for Sports Hub

 USTA-Florida Section's new Headquarters in the Lake Nona Sports & Performance District (Credit: USTA-FL)

USTA-Florida Section's new Headquarters in the Lake Nona Sports & Performance District (Credit: USTA-FL)

Tennis is becoming an even bigger draw for Lake Nona’s new Sports & Performance District as a third organization is making southeast Orlando its home. 

The U.S. Tennis Association’s Florida branch, known as USTA Florida, on May 12 announced it will relocate from Daytona Beach to a new 10,000-square-foot facility near the now-developing USTA National Campus.

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Lake Nona to Serve as the New Headquarters for the 15,000+ Member United States Professional Tennis Association

 USPTA’s new headquarters in the Lake Nona Sports & Performance District, Orlando, Fla. (Credit: USPTA)

USPTA’s new headquarters in the Lake Nona Sports & Performance District, Orlando, Fla. (Credit: USPTA)

Lake Nona Sports & Performance District Expands Tennis Epicenter

Lake Nona, Orlando, FL – Lake Nona, one of the top 10 fastest growing communities in America, has announced that the Lake Nona Sports & Performance District will become the home of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA). In addition to being the new home to the USPTA, Lake Nona’s Sports & Performance District will be home to the USTA (United States Tennis Association) National Campus, the largest tennis facility in the country with more than 100 courts, and Major League Soccer’s Orlando City Soccer Club’s Training Center and Elite Youth Academy, which are both currently under construction.

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