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Houston Tennis Association Adopts Two Units

Houston Tennis Association adopted two units in Afghanistan as part of the USTA Adopt-A-Unit Program. This was the second year in a row the organization has adopted a unit overseas. Read More

D&I efforts in Wyoming bring tennis to 1,200 Native American students

USTA-Wyoming assisted Wyoming Indian Elementary School (WIES) in receiving an ICON grant from USTA Serves. Dave Boon, USTA-Wyoming executive director, has made three trips to WEIS and conducted training for both their PE teachers, as well as three other individuals who are running the Kids Tennis Club. The PE classes will reach all 350 students at the school and the Kids Tennis Club, which had 55 kids sign up, is off and running. Read More

Help lend a hand to those affected by Hurricane Sandy

In the wake of the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy, hundreds of thousands of people in the Northeast are without basic necessities and are in need of help. The staff of the USTA, based in White Plains, N.Y., and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, located in the borough of Queens, have been working to help gather and donate some of these necessities. You can help, as well.​ Read More

For CTAs in 2012, nothing beats the US Open

The 2012 US Open held special meaning for the Community Tennis Associations (CTAs) including the East Metro Tennis Association in Conyers, Ga., a pilgrimage to the epicenter of American tennis to celebrate year-round achievement in bringing the game to communities at the grassroots level. Read More

2012 Veterans Day Teacher Guide

The 2012 Veterans Day Teacher Resource Guide is out and features the USTA Veterans Play Day Ad on page 16 (18 of 33). Download Document

Valdez named recipient of 2012 USTA Starfish Award

Elyse Hintzen speaks about Starfish Award
Terry Valdez from Eastmont High School in East Wenatchee, Wash., has been named the recipient of the 2012 USTA Starfish Award. The USTA Starfish Award recognizes exceptional high school coaches who implement a "no-cut" policy, welcoming all interested students to be part of their school tennis teams.​ Read More

Haggerty nominated USTA Chairman of the Board and President

The USTA Nominating Committee has announced the nomination of David A. Haggerty as USTA Chairman of the Board and President to serve a two-year term beginning January 1, 2013. Haggerty has served on the USTA Board of Directors for six years and is currently completing a two-year term as First Vice President.​ Read More

Brooklyn Man Grows Tennis in Latino Communities

At the age of 14, Pablo Sierra of Brooklyn, NY fell in love with tennis, watching legends Billie Jean King, Rod Laver, and Arthur Ashe use smart strategy, precise swings, and agile footwork to become champions of the game. It was with his love for tennis that he founded the South Brooklyn Tennis Association. Read More

Carlos Hernandez joins USTA Texas

Carlos Hernandez is one of the newest additions to the USTA family, starting in June as the Diversity & Inclusion staff liaison at the USTA Texas Section office. Carlos graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Sport Management and a minor in Business Foundations. He is currently working towards a Master of Science degree from Texas A&M University in Sport Management. Read More

Useful English to Spanish Tennis Terms

Looking to expand your Spanish vocabulary on the tennis court? Here you can find some useful English to Spanish tennis phrases! Read More
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