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Largest Youth Tennis Tournament To Be Held In Plano, Texas

The Texas Slam will be hosted at High Point Tennis Center

The United States Tennis Association announced that the 2024 Texas Slam will be hosted by the Dallas Professional Tennis Association in collaboration with the city of Plano and the High Point Tennis Center. This event will showcase competition among boys and girls from Texas across four age categories, encompassing both singles and doubles matches.

Not only is the venue changing from Georgetown, but there are also other exciting updates. The Texas Slam draws will now be limited to 64 players per division, reducing the duration of the event by one day. A qualifying event will also be introduced, offering Texas competitors a final opportunity to join the esteemed tournament.

Champions of the 18s girls and boys divisions will receive a wildcard entry into the qualifying rounds for the 25k Austin and Harlingen events. These improvements aim to enhance the overall experience for participants and draw top talent to the competition.

High Point Tennis Center, recipient of the USTA's Outstanding Facility Award in 2022, will be the primary venue for the event. The Plano area, with its 133 tennis courts and an additional 100 courts within a 10-mile radius, provides an excellent backdrop for the tournament. Past host cities for the Texas Slam include Georgetown, Abilene, College Station and Wichita Falls.

“We are excited to welcome these incredible athletes to Plano and specifically our newly renovated High Point Tennis Center,” the city of Plano’s Assistant Director for Recreation Susie Hergenrader said in a statement. “We look forward to making this an extraordinary event for both athletes and spectators, one that will be remembered for years to come.” 

In 2024, the Texas Slam will mark a historic moment by introducing boys' and girls' wheelchair divisions, a first in the tournament's history.

Tournament information will be available by March 1 on