Results: 179 Record(s) Found.

Nothing beats being here on Finals Sunday

Headlined by the women’s singles final and backed by the men’s doubles championship, the US Open’s final Sunday is a day for champions. In all, seven winners will be crowned, more than during any other day of the tournament. Read More

Nothing beats being here during the second week

Here’s one of the best-kept secrets in tennis: If you love the US Open and want to see the draw’s top players engaged in competitive matches with nail-biting finishes, the best time to attend the US Open is a Day Session during the second week of play. Read More

College Spotlight: Jamie Loeb, North Carolina

North Carolina freshman Jamie Loeb didn't miss a beat. The 19-year-old from Ossining, N.Y., moved from being the top junior recruit in the country last year to the No. 1 player in women's college tennis in 2014. Read More

Nothing beats being here on Opening Day

The start of the grandest Slam in tennis delivers the thrill of possibility, tournament-altering upsets and the chance to discover the sport’s next rising star. Don’t miss Opening Day at the 2014 US Open.​ Read More

Let the good times roll

The USTA joined President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama on April 21 to participate in the 136th White House Easter Egg Roll, exposing more than 30,000 kids to the sport for a lifetime. Read More

Americans set to shine at ITF Junior Masters

The ITF Junior Masters, only open to the top eight boys and girls in the world, will hold its inaugural event next year in China. Several Americans are in place to qualify including Stefan Kozlov, Francis Tiafoe and Tornado Alicia Black. Read More

Mike Bryan wins 100th ATP doubles title

Mike Bryan won his 100th ATP doubles title by prevailing in the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters with his twin brother Bob, making him the first men's player in history to reach the triple-digit milestone. Read More

U.S. fights but comes up short against France in Fed Cup

The U.S. battled gamely but was unable to overcome France in its 2014 Fed Cup World Group Play-off. The French won the tie in the fifth-and-deciding doubles match, sending the U.S. to World Group II for just the second time in Fed Cup history. Read More

Keys wins marathon to level U.S. vs. France Play-off

Madison Keys came from behind to defeat Alize Cornet, 6-7, 7-6, 6-3, in nearly three hours to level the score, 1-1, after Day 1 of the U.S. vs. France Fed Cup Play-off. In the opening match, Caroline Garcia defeated Sloane Stephens in straight sets. Read More

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
Results: 179 Record(s) Found.
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