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Wagner battles back, wins bronze in quad singles


David Wagner fought off two match points and out of a big hole in the third set to defeat South Africa's Lucas Sithole, 6-1, 2-6, 7-6, to capture the bronze medal in quad singles at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.

Wagner, Taylor takes silver in quad doubles final


David Wagner and Nick Taylor medaled for their fourth straight Paralympic Games, adding a quad doubles silver medal in Rio to golds in London, Beijing and Athens.

Wagner looking to add another medal to his collection


America's David Wagner will play for bronze in the quad singles competition at the Paralympic Games in Rio after falling to Great Britain's Andy Lapthorne, 6-3, 2-6, 6-3, in the semifnals.

Taylor, Wagner stay on course for fourth quad doubles gold


Nick Taylor and David Wagner will play for their fourth consecutive gold medal in the Paralympic quad doubles after defeating the Israeli tandem of Shraga Weinberg and Itai Erenlib, 6-4, 6-2, in front of a vocal crowd in the evening's final match on Center Court.

Wagner and two rookies post wins on Paralympics Day 2


The Americans went 3-4 on Day 2 of the 2016 Paralympic Games, with quad player David Wagner and wheelchair rookies Dana Mathewson and Shelby Baron all posting victories.

Good start for Team USA at 2016 Paralympic Games


Team USA got its Paralympic Games off to a successful start, claiming six victories – against only one loss – on the first day of play.



Mattek-Sands and Sock win mixed doubles gold in Rio; Venus and Ram take silver


In an all-American match for the gold medal in mixed doubles at the Rio Olympics, Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Jack Sock prevailed in a high-quality final on Sunday over Venus Williams and Rajeev Ram. 

Team USA guaranteed gold in mixed doubles at Rio Olympics


The United States is guaranteed to win a gold medal in mixed doubles at the Rio Olympics after the teams of Venus Williams and Rajeev Ram and Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Jack Sock won their semifinal matches Saturday.

Johnson, Sock win bronze, claim first tennis medal of Rio 2016

Tennis - Olympics: Day 7

Steve Johnson and Jack Sock took home the first tennis medal of the 2016 Olympic Games, teaming to defeat the No. 7 seeds Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil of Canada, 6-2, 6-4, in the men’s doubles bronze medal match. Also, with victories by both Venus Williams and Rajeev Ram and Sock and Bethanie Mattek-Sands Friday night, Team USA is guaranteed a medal in mixed doubles.

Keys into medal round; Johnson, both mixed doubles teams advance in Rio

Tennis - Olympics: Day 6

Team USA remained firmly in the medal hunt on Day 6 in Rio. Madison Keys guaranteed herself a spot in the medal round, Steve Johnson booked his place in the quarterfinals and the duos of Venus Williams and Rajeev Ram and Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Jack Sock both opened their mixed doubles campaigns with victories.

Johnson, Keys victorious on Rio Day 4; Venus to play mixed doubles

Tennis - Olympics: Day 4

Steve Johnson advanced in both singles and doubles Tuesday at the Rio Olympics, defeating Gastao Elias to move into the singles round of 16 and pairing with Jack Sock to advance to the semifinals in men's doubles. Madison Keys also reached the quarterfinals in women's singles after outlasting Carla Suarez Navarro.

Keys, Serena survive tests in Rio, move into Round 3

Tennis - Olympics: Day 3

No. 7 seed Madison Keys was forced to dig deep in her second-round match in Rio, needing three sets and more than three hours to defeat unseeded Frenchwoman Kristina Mladenovic. Meantime, Serena Williams needed a first-set tiebreak before eliminating Alize Cornet.

Serena soars in Rio Olympics opening test


World No. 1 Serena Williams got her gold medal defense off to a flying start on Sunday at the Rio Olympics, easily moving past rising Australian star Daria Gavrilova in their first-round match.

Johnson, Keys post wins on opening day of play in Rio


Olympic rookies Madison Keys and Steve Johnson each advanced on Day 1 of tennis at the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Five Americans seeded at 2016 Olympics


When it comes to Olympic tennis, the Williams sisters have ruled the roost for more than a decade. Serena enters Rio as the top seed, while Venus is No. 5. Madison Keys (No. 7), Steve Johnson (No. 12) and Jack Sock (No. 14) are also seeded.

Williams sisters to lead Team USA in Rio


Defending gold medalists Serena Williams and Venus Williams lead a team otherwise chock full of Olympic newcomers into the 2016 Summer Games in Rio.

Wagner, Taylor looking to continue dominance at Paralympics


David Wagner and Nick Taylor, wwo of the most highly decorated wheelchair tennis champions of all time, will lead Team USA’s bid for glory at the 2016 Paralympic Games this summer. They are two of the eight wheelchair players named to represent the U.S. at this year's Paralympics.

USTA announces coaches for Rio Games

Mary Joe Fernandez

With just six weeks until the world’s gaze shifts to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the USTA has selected a two-time gold medalist and two of the America’s greatest tennis ambassadors to lead Team USA into battle on the tennis courts of Brazil this summer.


2016 Olympic Games Information


To be considered eligible for the 2016 United States Olympic Team in Rio, athletes, team leaders, team administrators and medical professionals must meet certain criteria.

2016 Paralympic Games Information

Verfuerth and Kaiser celebrate doubles success

To be considered eligible for the 2016 United States Paralympic Team in Rio, athletes, team leaders, team administrators and medical professionals must meet certain criteria. To see the criteria, click here and scroll down to Paralympic Games.


Bryan brothers named 2012-13 USOC Team of the Year


Bob and Mike Bryan completed the career Golden Slam at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, winning a gold medal in men's doubles to complement the Grand Slam titles won at the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. For their efforts, they were named the 2012-13 USOC Team of the Year.

October 2013

Serena dominates Sharapova to win Olympic gold


Serena Williams became only the second woman to complete a career Golden Slam when she won her first Olympic singles gold medal by beating Maria Sharapova, 6-0, 6-1, in the Olympic final. The victory completed a remarkable run of domination by the No. 4-seeded Williams, who lost only 17 games in her six matches. 

August 2012

Serena and Venus team for third gold medal in women's doubles


Serena and Venus Williams successfully defended their Olympic gold medal, defeating Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic, 6-4, 6-4, in London. The Williams sisters also won the Olympic doubles crown in 2000.

August 2012

Fighting Bryans complete Golden Slam


The Bryan brothers, Bob and Mike, finished off the "golden slam" when they bested Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4, at Wimbledon. They are the first men's doubles team in the Open era to hold all four Grand Slam titles at one time, and the only team in history to do so with an Olympic gold medal.

August 2012

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