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Results: 207 Record(s) Found.

Williams sisters survive scares, Querrey has Djokovic on brink

Day Five: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016
Rain once again caused several delays in play at the All England Club Friday, but it was another strong day for American tennis, as the Williams sisters and John Isner advanced on Day 5, and Sam Querrey has world No. 1 Novak Djokovic on the brink of defeat. Read More
 

Perfect 10: Americans dominate on Wimbledon Day 4

Day Four: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016
Heavy rain may have washed out most of Day 3 of Wimbledon, but as the weather improved, so did the forecast for Team USA’s grass-court success. On a banner day for the U.S., 10 of the 14 Americans in singles action Thursday advanced, led by Venus Williams and John Isner. Read More
 

Strong U.S. junior contingent set to compete at Wimbledon

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French Open girls’ finalist Amanda Anisimova, 2015 USTA Girls’ 18s national champion and US Open girls’ finalist Sofia Kenin and world No. 2-ranked Ulises Blanch lead a deep field of American girls and boys set to compete at the Wimbledon Junior Championships. Read More
 

Novikov rallies, Serena cruises on Day 2 at Wimbledon

Day Two: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016
Young American Dennis Novikov rallied to defeat fellow qualifier Luke Saville of Australia in the first round of The Championships on Tuesday, joining Serena Williams, Christina McHale and CoCo Vandeweghe in the round of 64. Read More
 

Querrey, Venus among U.S. winners on Day 1 at Wimbledon

Day One: The Championships - Wimbledon 2016
The U.S. contingent kicked off play at Wimbledon on Monday, delivering a marathon victory, some solid wins by Top 10 seeds and, in all, seven Americans into the second round. Read More
 

Wagner, Taylor looking to continue dominance at Paralympics

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Two of the most decorated wheelchair tennis champions ever will lead Team USA into the Paralympic Games this summer. The USTA named three-time doubles gold medalists David Wagner and Nick Taylor to the eight-player team set to represent the red, white and blue in Brazil, Sept. 9-16. Read More
 

Johnson wins Nottingham for first career tour title

ATP Aegon Open Nottingham - Day Five
Just one month after claiming his first doubles title, Steve Johnson found individual success the weekend before he gets his Wimbledon campaign underway with a 7-6, 7-5 win over Pablo Cuevas in the final of the Aegon Open in Nottingham, England. Read More
 

May 2016 Honor Roll

2016 French Open - Day Fifteen
Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for May 2016 Read More
 

U.S. seniors post strong results at ITF World Team Championships

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Team USA produced another solid showing at the ITF Seniors World Team Championships. The U.S., who competed in six events, took home the title in one, finished as runner-up in two others and placed all six of its squads in the Top 4. Read More
 

USTA announces tennis coaches for Rio Olympics

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With just six weeks until the world’s gaze shifts to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the USTA named U.S. Fed Cup captain Mary Joe Fernandez, USTA Player Development Head of Men’s Tennis Jay Berger and head coach of the U.S. national wheelchair team Dan James as coaches for the women's, men's and wheelchair tennis teams. Read More
 
Results: 207 Record(s) Found.
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