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Alex Rybakov blog: Training with Gil Reyes

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TCU's Alex Rybakov is one of four elite college players currently participating in a strength and conditioning camp under Gil Reyes, Andre Agassi's longtime trainer. Rybakov is blogging for USTA.com about the camp, and in his first entry, he writes about the workout regimen, his favorite part of the day and more. Read More
 

Mike Bryan earns milestone 1,000th career win

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Mike Bryan added another milestone to his already stellar list of accomplishments, winning his 1,000th career match Wednesday to become just the fifth men's player in history to post either 1,000 singles or 1,000 doubles victories. Read More
 

2016 USTA National Junior Scholar Athlete Award winners named

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Dartmouth recruit David Horneffer and Harvard-bound Alexis Milunovich were named the recipients of the 2016 USTA National Junior Scholar Athlete Awards, honoring high school tennis players who best demonstrate that tennis is the sport of opportunity for education, advancement and character development. Read More
 

Vandeweghe opens grass-court season with a title

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CoCo Vandeweghe got her grass-court campaign off to a resounding start, as the American defeated Frenchwomen Kristina Mladenovic, 7-5, 7-5, Sunday to win the Ricoh Open in the Netherlands for the second time in three years. Read More
 

U.S. teams announced for ITF Seniors World Championships

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The top U.S. players ages 50 to 60-plus are ready to take on the world. Twenty-four players have been named to the United States squads for the ITF Seniors World Team Championships, June 19-24, in Helsinki, Finland. Read More
 

2016 Women’s Collegiate Team blog: Brienne Minor and Ronit Yurovsky

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USTA National Collegiate Women's Team members Brienne Minor and Ronit Yurovsky are blogging from Charleston, S.C., and in their first entry, talk about their first day of training, a visit to a local children's hospital and more. Read More
 

Rogers eyes lofty goal following breakout run in Paris

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Fresh off her breakout run to the quarterfinals of the French Open, Shelby Rogers hopes the momentum can catapult her to her ultimate goal: being the best player in the world. Read More
 

Mensah, Failla capture National Open Hard Court titles

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Emmanuel Mensah, a former Davis Cup player from Ghana, and Jessica Failla, an up-and-coming collegiate player, ended a spectacular week of tennis at the USTA National Open Hard Court Championships on Sunday by winning the singles titles. Read More
 

2016 French Open: The American report

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The 2016 French Open was characterized by rain and cool temperatures, but there were many bright spots for American tennis throughout the 15-day tournament. Read More
 

Anisimova, 14, surges into French Open girls’ final

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Fourteen-year-old Amanda Anisimova, the youngest girl in the Top 50 of the ITF world junior rankings, has dropped just one set in five matches en route to the French Open girls’ singles final. On Sunday, she’ll bid to become the first American to win the girls’ title in Paris since Jennifer Capriati in 1989. Read More
 
Results: 204 Record(s) Found.
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