MILITARY OUTREACH

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BBT_Open

The BB&T Atlanta Open will honor America’s service men and women with a Military Appreciation Night on Thursday, July 25th. This will include discounted tickets and tennis instruction for military kids.

Mercury

On Wednesday, July 31st the Mercury Insurance Open will "Celebrate our Heroes" by offering complimentary tickets and a military tennis clinic for kids.

Citi_Open

The Citi Open will honor the men and women who serve our country with a Military Appreciation Day on Sunday, July 28th. The day includes complimentary tickets for active duty military, veterans, first responders and their families as well as a tennis clinic for military kids.

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The Western & Southern Open will honor America’s service men and women with a Military Appreciation Night on Monday, August 12th which will include free tickets.

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The New Haven Open will honor America’s service men and women with a Military Appreciation Night on Monday, August 19th. The night will include ticket discounts as well as a tennis clinic for military and veteran families. 

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The Winston-Salem Open will honor America’s service men and women with Military Appreciation Night on Monday, August 19th. They will provide complimentary tickets to USO, National Guard and VA Hospital Greensboro.

Past Outreach Celebrations

USTA Pro Circuit Embraces Adopt-A-Unit

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The USTA Pro Circuit was at the forefront of the USTA's commitments to supporting the armed forces through "Joining Forces," the White House’s national initiative to support and honor America’s service members, with its own Adopt-A-Unit effort.

Two of the first tournaments to embrace the initiative were the Tallahassee Challenger and the RBC Bank Women’s Challenger.  Learn More

WTT Finals supports Adopt-A-Unit

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Learn more about what the Family Circle Tennis Center and World TeamTennis Finals Weekend did to help support the USTA’s Adopt-a-Unit Program, by collecting supplies for an 80-soldier Army Military Police company from Fort Stewart in Savannah, Ga., which recently deployed to Afghanistan.

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