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USTA Serves report shows positive impact of tennis on America's youth

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Results of a survey conducted by USTA Serves show that kids who play tennis get better grades, plan to attend college and are more community-minded than those who don't participate in the sport.

Barry Ford Featured in New Book

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Barry Ford, USTA Director of Public Affairs and Advocacy, has been featured in a new book about the success of afterschool and summer programs for kids. Read all about it.

USTA to Help Refurbish Tennis Courts

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As part of the Davis Cup Legacy Program, the USTA will help refurbish tennis courts at Clanzel T. Brown Park.

Members of Congress Create Tennis Caucus

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For the first time, Members of Congress have created a Congressional Tennis Caucus to promote the positive work and benefits of organized tennis in the United States. Click here for more information and for a complete list of members.

USTA Family, Friends Stumping in D.C. for Advocacy Days

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For the first time ever, approximately 100 members of the USTA Family, including members of the USTA and USTA Serves Board, the Advocacy and Public Affairs Committee, the Tennis and Higher Education Task Force and the NJTL network, will visit Washington, D.C. to highlight the work of the USTA in communities throughout the country.

SGMA Launches New Strategic Plan and Rebranding

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Following a two-year strategic review and planning process, the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA) refined its mission statement, core services and communications platform to focus on promoting sports and fitness participation and industry vitality. Reflecting this direction, the organization will change its name to the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA).

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