Tennis Balls, Beach Balls, Golf Balls…Gold Balls! The 54th annual USTA Boys’ 18 & 16 Clay Court National Championships is returning to Delray Beach, Florida, July 11 – 18, 2020, and you are cordially invited to attend. These sacred surfaces by the seashore have played host to some of the most storied matches in our great game— The Lipton (Miami Open), Virginia Slims Championships, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, Sunshine Cup, Continental Cup and the Delray Beach Open by —events where tennis’ living legends like Federer, Delpo, Roddick, the Bryans, Grigor, Marin, Blake, Andre, Moya, Guga, Mac, Serena, Venus, Lindsey, Cash, Chrissie, Gabby, Steffi, Mats and more, have paved the way, left their ball marks and carried on rich tennis tradition. And to thicken the plot for our future stars we’d like to announce…

Both 18’s Singles finalists will receive complimentary entry into the November Survivor Series ATP Pre-Qualifying event (where the winner receives a Wildcard into the 2021 Delray Beach Open by ATP World Tour Qualifying tournament). Additionally, the USTA will award the 18’s Singles WINNER a Singles Main Draw Wildcard at the US Open Juniors & a Singles Main Draw Wildcard into a USTA Futures Event. The 16’s Singles WINNER will receive a Singles Main Draw Wildcard at a USTA Futures Pro Circuit Event (players must be age eligible)




You are cordially invited to attend and participate in the 2021 COLLEGE EXPO. Offering a personal opportunity to meet the country’s best players, their families and junior coaches, the Expo will take place on Saturday, July 10, 2021, 11:00am-1:00pm at The Boca Raton Resort & Club; 501 East Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Attending our tournament is FREE, however we do ask that you fill out this form even if you are only attending the tournament and do not desire a table or the Player Bio Book. This way we can put your pertinent information on our website for players and parents to view. IMPORTANT (NCAA rules): Click here for more information on NCAA Rules regarding the College Expo.

Programs participating in the 2021 College Expo include stalwart tennis and academic programs such as Boston University, Bryant University, California Institute of TechnologyCarnegie Mellon, George Washington University,Kenyon College, Presbyterian College, Villanova University and Wesleyan University.

Following the College Expo, the event will host a COLLEGE FORUM featuring college coaches participating in a Q & A session with topics including the Transition from Junior Tennis to Collegiate Tennis. All players, parents and coaches welcome. Ask questions about the recruiting process, scholarships, what coaches look for, etc. The following speakers will be present:

  1. Paul Tobin, Associate Head Coach Penn State Men’s Tennis. Going on his 7th year at Penn State University, Coach Tobin has been instrumental in the success of the program, reaching a year end ranking of #32, #3 in the BIG 10 and reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Coach Tobin has been involved in all aspects of the tennis industry, and is also the developer of SlingHopper Drill Bags. Coach Tobin has extensive knowledge in all aspects of recruiting and is asked to speak at many tournaments and recruiting functions.
  2. Michael Belmonte, Head Coach Carnegie Mellon University Men’s Tennis. Mike Belmonte began his 11-year tenure with the Carnegie Mellon tennis program in 2008, as a part-time assistant. In 2017, he was elevated to head men’s tennis coach, after serving as the associate head men’s and women’s tennis coach since 2015. In his first year as head coach, Belmonte led the program to a final national ranking of #10, after the team advanced to the third round of the NCAA Championships. Belmonte’s 2019 recruiting class is ranked #1 in Division III, according to
  3. Bradley Adams, Head Coach Villanova Men’s Tennis. The 2018-19 season marked the 12th year at Villanova for Brad Adams, as the Head Men’s Tennis Coach. Last regular season, the Wildcats finished the regular season 12-11 under Adams’ guidance. Along the way in the regular season the Wildcats picked up significant victories over Navy, Lehigh, Saint Joseph’s, Xavier, and UCSD. During his time at Villanova, Adams has coached three players who has been named to the All Big East Conference Team. Over the past ten years Adams has served as a PTR Professional at Berlin Voorhees Tennis Center and currently serves as the Director of High School and Intermediate Tennis for the Delaware Valley Tennis Academy.


 **Very important to mention “USTA National Clay Court Tennis” to the security gate to enter the Boca Resort grounds. Feel free to self-park (complimentary) or valet ($10). Enter through the Lobby and follow signs for College Expo, Registration, etc. **




When the sun sets on your work day, take advantage of everything that makes Delray Beach (Rand McNally’s “Most Fun Small Town in America”) so special—white sandy beaches, golf courses, boating and deep-sea fishing, über-chic boutiques and shopping malls, exciting nightlife and outrageous dining opportunities all at your doorstep. And we of course welcome friends and family of all coaches.

Delray Beach is located between Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale, less than 30 minutes from either Palm Beach International airport (PBIA) or Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International airport (FLL). Click here for complete hotel and travel information.

Please feel free to contact John Butler, or Marlena Hall,, (561) 330-6003 with any questions.

Following the Forum,




Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach Airports are approximately 35 minutes away from Delray Beach (pending traffic).

The event has secured a limited number of discounted hotel rooms for event participants. Please make reservations as soon as possible. NOTE: All hotels are approximately 5 – 15 minutes from event sites.