Central Coast Tennis Classic

September 23-29, 2024

The sixth annual "Central Coast Tennis Classic" (CCTC) will be held September 23 through 29, 2024. 

The CCTC is one of about 60 ITF World Tennis Tour/USTA Pro Circuit women's events that take place each year throughout the nation.

This particular event was previously held in Las Vegas, NV, and was known as the Red Rock Pro Open. In 2017, the event moved to Templeton and was known initially as the "Central Coast Pro Tennis Open" (CCPTO). The inaugural CCPTO attracted competitors from around the world; from Switzerland, England, Bulgaria, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Norway, Italy, Canada, Slovakia, Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Egypt, Poland, Kazakhstan, and the United States.

The CCPTO was held each September through 2019. The 2020 and 2021 tournaments were not held due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The tournament resumed in 2022 under the new name, "Central Coast Tennis Open" (CCTC), and with the support of our title sponsor, EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants. 

The CCTC is a $60,000 prize money event and is the only professional tennis tournament ever to take place in San Luis Obispo County.  Most of the players who come to play in Templeton will have just played the US Open in New York! 

The CCTC Main Draw features 32 singles players and 16 doubles teams, with another 24 singles players entering in the qualifying rounds. A total of 68 matches are played over seven days.  

Numerous tennis and community events and activities also take place during the week of the Tournament; a Pro-Am round robin, adults and kids clinics, local schools play days, high school tennis events, vendor exhibits, and more!


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