Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center
Located near the Friday Center and Finley Golf Course, the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center opened in 1992 to serve as a home for the UNC—Chapel Hill men's and women's tennis teams. It is named for Caesar Cone II, a tennis player at Carolina in the 1920s and son of a prominent textile industry leader. The Cone family contributed significantly toward the construction of the facility. The name also honors John Kenfield, Carolina's first tennis coach and one of the most successful in its history. Kenfield coached tennis at UNC from 1928 to 1955. He came to Carolina when the tennis program was fairly new and created one of the leading programs in the country, winning multiple national championships.