Athletic scholarships are available across the NCAA Division I & II, NAIA, and Junior Colleges.
Many of the current top male tennis players where student athletes at college in the USA.
Some of those professional Tennis players include, Kevin Anderson, former world no.5 (University of Illinois) John Isner, former world no.8 (University of Georgia), and British player Cameron Norrie, current world no.11 who attended Texas Christian University. Competing daily and playing against the best possible opposition is a huge advantage when trying to improve your overall game on the court.
The Scholarships in the NAIA are given out the same way as NCAA DI & DII, being distributed however the coach sees suitable for their program. Within NAIA men’s Tennis there are 107 colleges that compete and, each team has 5.0 scholarships that are awarded across the roster. Alongside those athletic scholarships, student-athletes can also be eligible for academic scholarships, those are funded based on the students’ academic background and SAT scores. Combining both forms of scholarship can be a great way to help cover a student-athletes tuition, room & board, and books.
The Scholarships in the NJCAA are given out the same way as NCAA DI & DII, and NAIA being distributed however the coach sees suitable for their program. Within NJCAA men’s Tennis there are 82 colleges that compete, and each team has 9.0 scholarships that are awarded across the roster. The Junior College route can sometimes be best for many student-athletes. These two-year colleges are a great way for student-athletes to prove themselves both in their sport and the classroom, alongside reducing fees while gaining some experience before stepping into either an NCAA or NAIA program