South Florida’s tennis teams are the first in the country to use Sense Arena’s innovative VR technology

Tennis teams in South Florida are the first in the country to use Sense Arena’s innovative VR technology, a Czech technology company announced. This is the company’s first-ever NCAA tennis partnership.

Sense Arena will complement USF’s tennis programs with innovative virtual reality technology aimed at enhancing player training, particularly the mental aspects such as anticipation and decision-making.

The system operates through the Meta Quest 2 headset and includes a racquet-like device to emulate real tennis.

“We couldn’t be more excited to begin our partnership with Sense Arena,” said USF women’s tennis head coach Cristina Moros. “I can really see that this is a fantastic opportunity for our players to work on visuals. It’s the perfect tool for recovery days when we want to exercise our minds and train our brains, really focusing on the mental aspects of tennis.”

Although this is Sense Arena’s first tennis partnership, the company has been adding its product to college hockey programs since 2018. Currently, 10 NCAA Division I hockey schools use the company’s hockey technology.

Since expanding into tennis in November 2022, many notable players have started using Sense Arena’s technology, including Martina Navratilova from the International Tennis Hall of Fame, ATP pros Gonzalo Escobar, Miomir Kecmanovic, Emil Ruusuvuori and Jack Sock as well WTA Pros Jennifer Brady, Marie Bouzkova, Brenda and Linda Fruhvirtova, Liudmila Samsonova, Daria Saville and Luisa Stefani.

“We are excited to partner with the USF men’s and women’s tennis programs to officially launch Sense Arena in the collegiate tennis space,” said Yannick Yoshizawa, vice president of tennis at Sense Arena. “We are excited to give USF athletes a new edge over their competition and look forward to helping them maximize their performance.”

About women’s tennis
Follow USF Women’s Tennis on social media (Twitter / Facebook / Instagram) and visit for the latest information. Head Coach Cristina Moros is in her eighth year at the helm as she led the program to an American Athletic Conference Championship in 2017.


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