March 1st, 2016

Find a March Tennis Play Day in Florida for the Whole Family; Event List

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March_Event_Newsletter_Graphic_320x279Families can take to the courts together in March with approximately 40 USTA Play Days and other events across the state of Florida.

The events are part of approximately 1,000 events that will be hosted across the U.S. in March in celebration of World Tennis Day on March 8.

The USTA is partnering with tennis facilities, parks and clubs nationwide to introduce tennis to the youth and family audience, providing a platform to register for spring and summer tennis programs at local clubs and facilities.

Find an event below in your area, or check for newly-added events at

Florida events:

Amelia Island — March 4, Southern Tennis Escape, Amelia Island Tennis Resort, e-mail:
Amelia Island — March 19, Family Cardio, Omni Amelia Island Plantation, e-mail:
Arcadia — March 12, DeSoto Tennis Club Tournament, Arcadia Tennis Courts, e-mail:
Cape Canaveral — March 13, 20, 24-25, 27, Joe Deitchler Tennis Academy Camp, e-mail:
Doral March 5, Hop Into Spring Playing Tennis, Coral Estate Park, e-mail:
Duck Key March 3, Family Tennis Breakout, Hawks Cay Resort Tennis, e-mail:
Jacksonville — March 19, MWYF Middle/High School Play Day, MaliVai Washington Youth Center, e-mail:
Kissimmee — March 20, Open Play Day, ESTA Tennis Academy, e-mail:
Miami — March 5 & 19, Fun Kid Fit FREE Play Day, Water Oaks Park, e-mail:
Miami — March 19, Wild about Sports: Spring Break Bash, Atlantis Academy, e-mail:
Miami Beach-North — March 20, Kid’s Tennis Fest, e-mail:
New Port Richey — March 26, USTA Tennis Play Day, New Port Richey Rec, Center, e-mail:
Niceville — March 4, Bluewater Bay Junior Round Robin, Bluewater Bay Tennis Center, e-mail:
Niceville — March 26, Bluewater Bay Tennis Easter Egg Hunt, Bluewater Bay Tennis Center, e-mail:
Orlando — March 5, JTT Team Up Event, Lake Cane Tennis Center, e-mail:
Palm Coast — March 24, First Baptist Tennis Program, First Baptist Christian Academy, e-mail:
Panama City — March 5, Tacos and Tennis, Panama City Racquet Club, e-mail:
Pensacola — March 1 & 3, RSTC Play Day, Roger Scott Tennis Center, e-mail:
Pensacola — March 2, Cordova Park Elementary School Assembly, e-mail:
Pensacola — March 9, Cook Elementary School Assembly, e-mail:
Pensacola — March 12, Tennis and Food Truck Rally, Montessori School of Pensacola, e-mail:
Pensacola — March 13, Play Day/JTT Registration, Roger Scott Tennis Center, e-mail:
Pensacola — March 18, Gallery Night Junior Tennis, Downtown Pensacola, e-mail:
Pompano Beach — March 12-13, Start and Never Stop, Palm Aire, e-mail:
Port St. John — March 6, Tennis Day, Fay Park, e-mail:
Sarasota — March 12, 10 and Below Tennis, JCC on Mcintosh, e-mail:
Sarasota — March 23, Adult Tennis Fun, Potter Park Tennis Courts, e-mail:
Tallahassee — March 1, Orange Ball Play Day, Forestmeadows Parks, e-mail:
Tallahassee — March 19, Venom Community Play Day, FAMU Tennis Facility, e-mail:
Titusville — March 11, Friday Night Lights, YMCA Tennis & Racquetball Center, e-mail:
Weston — March 18, Weston Tennis Center Play Day, Weston Tennis Center, e-mail:

BNP2016_1024x512_Twitter_1024_334_c1The 2016 celebration of World Tennis Day on March 8 in the U.S. will feature the BNP Paribas Showdown at New York’s Madison Square Garden, where world No. 1 Serena Williams will take on former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki, and Stan Wawrinka will battle the crowd-pleasing French star Gael Monfils.

As part of the evening’s celebration, a youth tennis exhibition will be held between the evening’s featured matches.

“World Tennis Day is a unique opportunity to promote the accessibility of the sport and inspire kids and families to lead healthy lifestyles,” said Katrina M. Adams, chairman, CEO and president of the USTA. “This special celebration throughout March is part of USTA’s commitment to create opportunities for families to engage in the sport and increase participation in local programs.”

In 2015 more than 50,000 young players participated in the youth events held in March, each designed to showcase how fun and easy it is for families to get into tennis.

To find newly-added Florida events go to

To find family, youth and adult events year-round in Florida, go to the USTA Florida website event calendar at