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Know Before You Go: NCAA Tennis at Cary Tennis Park

As the Carolina men’s and women’s tennis teams are both hosting NCAA championship matches this weekend at Cary Tennis Park, Carolina Athletics has released information on a variety of fan experience items that fans can enjoy. expect when attending games this weekend.

LOCATION
UNC will host NCAA championship games for men’s and women’s tennis this weekend at Cary Tennis Park in Cary, NC (2727 Louis Stephens Dr, Cary, NC, 27519).

Carolina is hosting in Cary due to ongoing construction of its home facility, the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center in Chapel Hill. The outdoor grounds at Cone-Kenfield will be replaced with a new stadium featuring state-of-the-art competition and training grounds. Additional amenities include elevated stadium seating, championship lighting and a modern scoring system. Future phases will include new team building and improvements to indoor competition areas. For more information on this project, click here.

BAD WEATHER LOCATION
In the event of inclement weather, matches would move to Chapel Hill at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center at Chapel Hill (211 Friday Center Dr, Chapel Hill, NC 27517). Check GoHeels.com, @carolinetennis (men) or @uncwten (women) for the latest information on match venues.

PARKING AT CARY TENNIS PARK
Parking will be available at Cary Tennis Park at 2727 Louis Stephens Drive (across from Green Hope Elementary School).

If weather conditions force matches to move indoors, parking will be affected at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center due to construction. Please allow extra time to park.

TICKETS
Admission will be $5 per person and available only for purchase by credit card (no cash).

CONCESSIONS
Limited concessions will be available and outside food or drink is permitted.

FOLLOW THE ACTION
• Live scores from the weekend’s matches will be available here.
• Streaming is provided via the TennisONE app.

To follow @carolinetennis and @unc_wtennis on Twitter for the latest updates throughout the week and weekend.






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