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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

2016 French Open - Day Eleven
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

2016 French Open - Day Eleven
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
 

Serena, Bryan brothers advance to French Open finals

2016 French Open - Day Thirteen
Serena Williams defeated unseeded Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens on Friday to book her place in the French Open women's final against Garbine Muguruza of Spain. Also playing for title in Paris are Bob and Mike Bryan, who also won Friday to advance to the men's doubles final. Read More
 

Serena rallies from brink, punches ticket to French Open semis

2016 French Open - Day Twelve
For the first time at this year’s French Open, Serena Williams found herself on the verge of crashing out of the tournament. But as she has done so many times before, the world No. 1 rallied for a victory, this time winning eight of the last nine games to defeat Yulia Putintseva, 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. Read More
 

Serena rolls into last eight of French Open on Day 11

2016 French Open - Day Eleven
Playing her first match in four days because of rainouts, Williams stormed through to the quarterfinals of the French Open with a 6-1, 6-1 thrashing of 18th-seeded Elina Svitolina. Elsewhere on Day 11, Shelby Rogers' dream run came to an end with a 7-5, 6-3 quarterfinal loss to No. 4 seed Garbine Muguruza.​ Read More
 

McDonald sweeps singles, doubles titles; Collins earns second NCAA win

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History was made at the NCAA Singles Championships, as Virginia senior Danielle Collins captured the second NCAA singles title of her collegiate career, and UCLA junior Mackenzie McDonald swept the singles and doubles championships at the Case Tennis Center in Tulsa, Okla. Read More
 
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