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NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Brackets Revealed

The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women's Tennis Subcommittees selected the teams and locations for the 2021 NCAA Championships. The 64 teams and 16 first- and second-round sites for both the men and women were revealed on Monday night.

In the men’s tournament, Florida received the No. 1 seed, Baylor was the No. 2 seed, Tennessee was the No. 3 seed and Texas was the No. 4 seed.

In the women’s tournament, North Carolina received the No. 1 seed, Texas was the No. 2 seed, Georgia received the No. 3 seed and UCLA was the No. 4 seed.

  • The full men’s bracket can be found here
  • The full women’s bracket can be found here

Due to the health and safety protocols surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, first- and second-round sites were selected from a group of 20 predetermined sites rather than being awarded based strictly on seeding. Seed was factored into the final determination of the sites, and matchups between conference opponents were avoided in the first two rounds of the championship.

First- and second-round matches take place May 7-8 or May 8-9, with four teams playing at each site in a single-elimination format. The winner of each site advances to the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida, where 16 men’s teams and 16 women’s teams will compete for the national championship May 16-28.

The NCAA will announce its singles and doubles qualifiers for the NCAA Championship on Tuesday at 6 p.m. ET on NCAA.com.


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