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Black History Month


USTA.com celebrates Black History Month

February is Black History Month, and USTA.com celebrates by looking at the impact and achievements of African Americans in our great sport of tennis.


Players throughout history


Check out USTA.com's Black History Month photo gallery, featuring tennis greats Althea Gibson, Arthur Ashe, James Blake, Venus and Serena Williams, as well as rising stars Sloane Stephens, Taylor Townsend, Francis Tiafoe and more.

First Lady Michelle Obama visits the 2011 US Open


First Lady Michelle Obama started playing tennis after she finished Harvard Law School but had always wanted to attend the US Open. She was finally able to make it to the event for the very first time in 2011.

Court 3K celebrated in Atlanta

The USTA celebrated the refurbishment and creation of a record 3,000 tennis courts in 2011 at Grove Park in Atlanta, Ga.


2012 Australian Open: Taylor Townsend Interview

2012 Australian Open - Day 13

Rising star Taylor Townsend talks about sweeping the girls' singles and doubles titles at the 2012 Australian Open.

2012 Australian Open: Sloane Stephens Interview

2012 Australian Open - Day 4

Sloane Stephens talks with USTA.com special correspondent Craig Gabriel following her close second-round loss to Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova at the 2012 Australian Open.

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Results: 14 Record(s) Found.

Serena says ankle improving, looking forward to Fed Cup

It has been nearly five years since Serena Williams played for the U.S. Fed Cup Team, but the 13-time Grand Slam champion will be making her return this weekend against Belarus on an injured ankle that is steadily getting better each day. Read More

Serena, Venus to lead U.S. Fed Cup Team against Belarus

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While neither is 100 percent, Serena and Venus Williams remain two of the most dangerous opponents on the WTA Tour. For that reason, U.S. Fed Cup Captain Mary Joe Fernandez named them to the U.S. team along with rising American star Christina McHale and doubles world No. 1 Liezel Huber for its World Group II tie against Belarus and Victoria Azarenka February 4-5 in Worcester, Mass., on an indoor hard court. Read More

Juniors Townsend and Andrews make impact Down Under

Taylor Townsend and Gabby Andrews first met each other at a USTA high performance camp at the Home Depot Center when they were eight years old. The two become fast friends off court, developed a coherent partnership on court and on Saturday, the cheery all-courters grabbed the Australian Open junior girls doubles title together, a very good win considering they are both only 15 years old. Read More

Stylish Sloane Stephens makes her move

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If the ebullient Sloane Stephens manages to reach No. 1, she could take over the tennis world. The 18 year old has as much personality as any promising WTA teenager since Ana Ivanovic came on tour. Read More
Results: 14 Record(s) Found.

National Junior Tennis & Learning

2012 Arthur Ashe Essay & Art Contest


Enter and you could win a trip to New York for Arthur Ashe Kids' Day! If you are an NJTL participant, then write or draw your answer to the following question: "If Arthur Ashe was alive today, what do you think would give him hope?"

What is USTA/NJTL?


Founded in 1969 by Arthur Ashe, Charlie Pasarell, and Sheridan Snyder, the NJTL network is a nationwide group of community tennis organizations seeking to develop the character of young people through tennis and education.



The Arthur Ashe official website provides a unique resource for understanding and promoting the legacy and values embodied in the life and work of Arthur Ashe as a conscience leader, humanitarian, educator and athlete.


Arthur Ashe

The USTA celebrates the life of Arthur Ashe

Arthur Ashe was one of tennis’ greatest ambassadors both on and off the court. Learn more about Arthur Ashe, his success on the court and his accomplishments in life.

Althea Gibson

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Althea Gibson blazed a trail for tennis players -- Arthur Ashe, Leslie Allen, Zina Garrison, Venus and Serena Williams -- and inspired countless others in all walks of life.

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