The Oracle Pro Series tennis circuit revealed the remainder of its 2020 calendar this week, containing an additional event in Naples, Fla., and an ATP Challenger at the USTA National Campus in Orlando.
💰 from $25,000 to more than $80,000
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— OracleTennis (@OracleTennis) February 21, 2020
Twenty-six additional events were announced in all, from $25K-$80K ITF events and ATP Challengers, most held on college campuses.
Additional Florida events:
March 23 — USTA National Campus, Orlando (men and women)
March 29 — Academia Sanchez-Casal, Naples (men and women)
The new lower-tier professional tennis series is designed to significantly increase opportunities for aspiring American players. The Oracle Pro Series is sponsored by the computer technology company Oracle, and creates more than 40% new playing opportunities in the United States for tennis professionals.
Nearly all the tournaments are combined men’s and women’s events with equal prize money ranging from $25,000 to $108,000 per tournament. The circuit is in response to the ITF revamping tournaments into the ITF World Tour and offering fewer tournaments.
For more info on the tournament series go to www.oracle.com.