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Grass-Roots Heroes Honored at 2014 TDW Awards

The 2014 Tennis Development Workshop, held this year in Atlanta, took time to celebrate those grass-roots heroes and organizations that have gone above and beyond to make the game accessible to everyone. Read More

Adams to serve as next USTA president

Coach Tammy Hill (left) of Omaha Tennis Buddies pictured with USTA Vice President Katrina Adams.
Former tour pro and longtime tennis advocate Katrina Adams has been nominated to assume the post of chairman, CEO and president on Jan. 1, 2015. She will be the first African-American and first former pro to serve as USTA president. Read More

USTA honors tennis’ grass-roots heroes at the Semiannual Meeting

U.S. Fed Cup Captain Mary Joe Fernandez and longtime volunteer Betty Cookson were among those honored for their contributions to the game at the USTA’s Semiannual Meeting in New York in August. Read More

2014 ITA Women's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame inductees announced

USTA First Vice President Katrina Adams is one of six people who will be inducted into the 2014 class of the ITA Women's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame later this year. Read More

USTA to launch new home for American tennis

With an eye toward growing the game and enhancing the sport at every level, the USTA is planning to build a new 100-plus-court facility in Orlando, Fla. The project, slated to be completed in the winter of 2016, will house the association’s Community Tennis and Player Development divisions. Read More

2014 Annual Meeting Awards

Tennis grows strongest at its grass roots, which is why every year at the Annual Meeting, the USTA celebrates those who have helped to grow and develop the sport in their community. Meet the USTA Annual Award honorees. Read More

Regional Training Centers renew partnerships with USTA Player Development

The mission to help identify and develop world-class American players is continuing, as Certified Regional Training Centers in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Oklahoma have signed new three-year agreements to continue their partnerships with USTA Player Development. Read More
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