Results: 169 Record(s) Found.

Tatishvili representing U.S. after becoming American citizen

World No. 102 Anna Tatishvili, formerly of Georgia, is representing the United States in tournament play after becoming an American citizen last week. Read More

Stephens to lead off for U.S. Fed Cup team

U.S. Captain Mary Joe Fernandez nominated Sloane Stephens, No. 18 in the world, and Madison Keys, No. 42, to compete in singles versus France in the World Group Play-offs in St. Louis. Christina McHale and Lauren Davis are slated to compete in doubles. Read More

USTA Serves, Johnson & Johnson unite for heroes

USTA Serves and the Johnson & Johnson health care company will host six “Warrior & Family Tennis Days” for wounded veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families, utilizing the power of tennis play to provide fun and bring people closer together. Read More

Tennis Teachers Conference returns for 2014 US Open

The Tennis Teachers Conference returns to kick off the 2014 US Open, gathering the top teaching professionals and coaches in the industry from Aug. 22-25, in the heart of New York City. Read More

Outer courts, inside the game

If you want to see the best players in the world compete just feet from your seat, then head to the field courts at the US Open. Read More

Settling in for the night

Night tennis is one of the signatures of the US Open, with remarkable matches and memorable moments sharing the stage with an unforgettable fan experience. Read More

An Open that changes with the times

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The US Open has a long history of marrying tradition with innovation, celebrating the players, moments and championships that have made the event world-renowned, all while remaining at the forefront of the modern game. Read More

Serving up aces off the court

The US Open experience is much more than tennis and entertainment. The quality and variety of the food on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is sure to keep every fan happy – and full. Read More

Now that’s entertainment

At the US Open, the action is hot on the court as well as off, with music, games and so much more to turn your trip to the US Open into the experience of a lifetime. Read More

Be a part of the “In-Crowd” at the 2014 US Open

Arthur Ashe Stadium is a one-of-a-kind venue, the crown jewel of the US Open. By purchasing an Ashe ticket, you could share in the excitement of world-class matches and potentially count yourself as part of the largest crowd in tennis in 2014. Read More
Results: 169 Record(s) Found.
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