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San Diego hosts Wounded Warrior Camp

Forty wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from all of the military branches, along with caregivers, participated in the camp.orty wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from all the military branches, along with caregivers, participated in the camp.Forty wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from all the military branches, along with caregivers, participated in 16 hours of tennis instruction and friendly competitions.
The second-annual National Wounded Warrior Tennis Camp was held in San Diego in June. Forty wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from all the military branches, along with caregivers, participated in 16 hours of tennis instruction and friendly competitions designed to improve their physical and emotional well-being. Read More
 

Wayne D. McCoy Beach Blast was a blast!

Beach Blast athletes participated in an Adopt-a-Unit packing party.
The Virginia Beach Wayne D. McCoy Beach Blast was a blast. This year's event drew 38 athletes and over 70 volunteers. A new addition to this year’s Beach Blast was an Adopt-a-Unit packing party for the latest unit adopted by USTA/Virginia Tennis - Detachment 19, Alpha Company, 48th Combat Support Hospital, a medical unit out of Fort Story in Virginia Beach. Read More
 

USMC veteran Le finds renewed strength, spirit through tennis

Lam Le
United States Marine Corps sergeant Lam Le lost his left leg to cancer less than three years ago, yet soon after gained a lifelong outlet for physical and mental health with tennis. Read More
 

Boys and Girls Club Pilot on Military Installations

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In 2013, the USTA will host 20 pilot programs at Boys & Girls Clubs affiliated youth centers on military installations in the United States and abroad. Read More
 

Innisbrook Holds a Tennis Clinic to Support Unit Deployed to Afghanistan

Military Outreach
Suncoast Tennis Foundation in cooperation with Innisbrook Women's Open held a special tennis clinic to support the troops. Admission to the Adopt-A-Unit tennis clinic was a one gallon Ziploc bag with essentials for the adopted troop." Read More
 
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