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Kelly: US tennis is losing its soul � and the results are boring
I suspect the real reason the United States liked him so much was because McEnroe told them to. He was dangerous by association. Andre Agassi was the most hateable figure in tennis for a long time, which only made him seem more loveable once he ...
What Canada Can Teach Us About Tennis  Wall Street Journal
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A Tennis Board Woven With Conflicts
Williams's company is also the U.S.T.A.'s single largest contractor, having received $2,782,700 in 2012, a relationship that the U.S.T.A. has not clearly disclosed in its public filings. When this year's Open begins Monday, the U.S.T.A. is almost ...
Report: Tax-Exempt USTA's Financials Are Shady As Shit  Deadspin
Report: USTA funds benefit current, former board members
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What the Devil Happened to the Racquets at the US Open?
Yet, except for the flaming-ball logo, the �theme art� commissioned for this year's merchandise omits overt reference to tennis.
Women's Tennis Volunteers at Arthur Ashe Kids' Day  Army Black Knights Official Athletic Site
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15-year-old Bellis loses in 2nd round at US Open
Bellis earned a wild-card invitation from the U.S. Tennis Association by winning the USTA Girls' 18s National Championship, the youngest to do since Lindsay Davenport also won it at 15 in 1991.
US Open Tennis: 7 Technologies Power Game, Set, Match
"Sponsorships are critical for the US Open, but they are less important at Wimbledon, where it's more about enjoying tennis in an English garden," said John Kent, program manager of IBM Worldwide Sponsorship Marketing.
The USTA's Strategy to Ace the Customer Experience  Direct Marketing News
Data Meets Federer: How IBM and the US Open Mesh Tennis & Tech  Xconomy
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US Tennis Association Board Members Reap Financial Gains
Businesses and organizations affiliated with United States Tennis Association board members have received hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants and contracts from the sporting body that organizes the U.S.
USTA Conflict of Interest Controversies at US Open Tennis Tournament  The Nonprofit Quarterly
NYT USTA Investigation Continues to Reverberate
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Better than hanging out at the mall: 15-year-old Californian stuns major ...
Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia returns a shot against Catherine Bellis of the United States during their women's singles first round match on Day Two of the 2014 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 26, 2014 in the ...
WTA serves up idea of World Cup tennis team event
�What the marketplace has told us - interested host cities, broadcasters and sponsors - is that if we were to do this, they'd want it to be official,� Allaster said in an interview Monday.
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What to watch on Day 4 at US Open: 15-year-old Bellis tries to follow up her ...
Bellis earned a wild-card invitation from the U.S. Tennis Association by winning a national title for girls 18 and under; she was the youngest champion at that event since Lindsay Davenport in 1991.
National Tennis Centre no longer base for Britain's elite players as Lawn ...
The National Tennis Centre will no longer be the base for Britain's elite players, the Lawn Tennis Association has confirmed.
LTA scraps �40m National Tennis Centre at Roehampton seven years after it ...
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