USTA celebrates 2020 Volunteer Appreciation Week

April 24, 2020

Each year, thousands of USTA volunteers help promote and celebrate the growth of tennis, both on the national stage and in their local communities.


National Volunteer Week, celebrated annually from April 19-25, is an opportunity to thank them for all that they do — and in these unprecedented times, our local heroes have stepped up in other ways.


As the global coronavirus crisis has forced them off the courts and away from the game we love, USTA volunteers across the country are nonetheless showing the same indelible spirit in their jobs as front-line and healthcare workers.  


With passion, dedication, love and care, they've stepped up to serve others. We thank them all as they serve us all.

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