SoonerSports.com  Gregg Wadley Tennis Pavilion
Headington Family Tennis Center
 
OU's newest facility, the Gregg Wadley Indoor Tennis Pavilion was completed in the spring of 2009.
 
The facility provides a climate-controlled practice and competition facility for Oklahoma tennis. The 55,000 square-foot facility features six air-conditioned courts, competition quality lighting and surface, and 375 chair-back spectator seats.
 
The facility also features scoreboards on the north and south sides and six video cameras for documenting practice and competition footage.
 
Oklahoma's indoor facility is one of the premier indoor facilities in the country and the only indoor tennis facility in the Big 12. Located directly east of the Headington Family Tennis Center, entrances are available on both sides of the facility for player and fan convenience.
 
The facility was made possible with donations from namesake Gregg Wadley and his wife, Dr. Susan E. Brackett, Tim Headington, the Sarkeys Foundation and other donors including former student-athletes.
 
With the addition of the indoor facility, OU is now a top contender for hosting championship events. Since the facility's opening, Oklahoma has hosted major tournaments including NCAA First & Second Rounds five times (2003, '04, '10, '11, '12), and the 2004 and 2009 Big 12 Championships.
 
 
 Quick Facts
 Opened  2009
 Features  55,000 square-foot facility
 Six air-conditioned courts
 Championship lighting & surface
 Two team locker rooms
 Team recreation room
 Capacity  375 permanent seats
 
 Related Links
 Headington Family Tennis Center
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 OU Men's Tennis | OU Women's Tennis
 
 
  Directions to the Facility

From I-35: Take Highway 9 east to Chautauqua Ave. Turn left on Chautauqua and proceed north to Imhoff Rd. Turn right on Imhoff. The baseball stadium (L. Dale Mitchell Park) will be on your left and the OU Soccer Complex will be on your right. The tennis facility is located just south of the OU Soccer Complex. Parking is available in the Lloyd Noble Center parking lot.