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Results: 29 Record(s) Found.

Stephens, Venus to lead off for U.S. Fed Cup team vs. Poland

The U.S. Fed Cup team will begin its quest to return to the World Group for 2017 Saturday against Poland, with Sloane Stephens and Venus Williams playing the opening singles matches of the best-of-five-match series to decide who advances to the 2016 World Group Playoffs. Read More

Four standout juniors participate in Fed Cup Camp in Hawaii

While the U.S. Fed Cup team prepares for its first-round tie against Poland at the Holua Tennis Center in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, four of the top junior girls' players in the country – Usue Arconada, Kayla Day, Caroline Dolehide and Claire Liu – are in Hawaii as well, to train and learn alongside some of the U.S.’s top pros at a USTA Player Development Fed Cup Camp. Read More

Next generation of African-Americans ready to make their mark

2015 U.S. Open - Day 2
The impact of African-Americans on the sport of tennis dates back to the 1950s and 1960s and the major-stage triumphs of Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe, but never before have there been so many young, talented black American players as there are today. Read More

Vandeweghe advances to Australian Open mixed doubles final

2016 Australian Open - Day 12
American CoCo Vandeweghe, playing mixed doubles at a Grand Slam event for the first time, teamed with Romanian Horia Tecau to advance to the 2016 Australian Open mixed doubles final. It is the first professional Grand Slam final of the Californian's career. Read More

Dominant Serena advances to seventh Australian Open final

2016 Australian Open - Day 11
Serena Williams has lifted the Australian Open trophy six times before, but there’s an argument to be made that she’s playing better than ever in Melbourne. On Saturday, she'll play for her seventh Australian Open championship. Read More

Venus, Stephens to lead Team USA against Poland in Fed Cup

2016 Australian Open - Day 2
Team USA will turn to seven-time Grand Slam women’s singles champion Venus Williams and a squad of Fed Cup veterans as it looks to get back into the World Group. Joining the former world No. 1 are Top 50 singles players Sloane Stephens and CoCo Vandewghe and world No. 3 doubles player Bethanie Mattek-Sands. ​ Read More

Serena dominates Sharapova, moves into Australian Open semis

2016 Australian Open - Day 9
The debate over whether a series of one-sided matches should even be considered a rivalry continues Down Under, but thing is not open for discussion: Serena Williams is back in the Australian Open semifinals.​ Read More

Top American juniors qualify for ITF Junior Masters

Usue Arconada, Sofia Kenin, Kayla Day and William Blumberg have qualified to compete in the ITF Junior Masters, which is scheduled to take place April 8-10 in Chengdu, China. The four Americans are part of a field of eight boys and eight girls who qualified into the tournament based on their ITF World Junior Ranking at the end of 2015. Read More

What's the Call: Retrieving Errant Balls

Are you entitled to a first serve if your opponent walks off court to retrieve an errant ball? The USTA Tennis Rules and Regulations Committee is here to answer your questions. Read More

Serena cruises into quarterfinals on Australian Open Day 7

2016 Australian Open - Day 7
Defending champion Serena Williams cruised into the second week of the Australian Open on Sunday to set up a quarterfinal showdown with familiar foe and 2008 champion Maria Sharapova. Read More
Results: 29 Record(s) Found.
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