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US Tennis Association hires Canada's Stacey Allaster, former WTA head
Six months ago, Canada's Stacey Allaster stepped down as chairman and CEO of the Women's Tennis Association saying she was burned out from the international travel.
Tennis|Stacey Allaster, Former WTA Leader, Returns to the Game, With the USTA  New York Times
The USTA's National Tennis Center Will Be Aces after $550 Million Makeover
Soon to serve up a sensational new stage for the US Open, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the architectural team at Rossetti have collaborated on a $550 million enhancement to the National Tennis Center in New York City.
One year later, Eugenie Bouchard, USTA still exchanging blows over US Open fall
NEW YORK - The last time most Canadians saw Eugenie Bouchard at the U.S. Open, she looked a bit like a boxer headed into the ring.
Eugenie Bouchard Is Out, but Her Lawsuit From the 2015 Open Carries On  New York Times
American Tennis Association changed the face of tennis in the US
Many tennis fans are aware that Althea Gibson shattered barriers at the U.S. Nationals at Forest Hills in 1950. But far fewer know that seven years before Robinson's breakthrough, a decade before Gibson's and 14 years before Brown v. Board of Education ...
United States Tennis Association Retains LimeGreen Moroch to Develop and ...
CHICAGO, May 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Tennis Association (USTA), the national governing body for the sport of tennis in the U.S.
James Blake is building a foundation for success at the USTA
"My goal is to keep being helpful and using my voice any way I can," James Blake says. (USTA Foundation). It's been more than 35 years since Ronald Reagan stated, during his first inaugural address, “Those who say that we're in a time when there are no ...
How Bad Weather Spurred A $600 Million Roof For U.S. Open Tennis
This run of good weather, coupled with a study of a century's worth of weather data, affected the USTA's plans for the Arthur Ashe Stadium, which opened in 1997.
Players stay dry but noise rains down at U.S. Open
Tennis|US Open Today: The Rain? What About the Noise?  New York Times
Katrina Adams reflects on her tenure as CEO of United States Tennis ...
29, tennis fans will get their first peek at renovations to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, and its long-awaited retractable roof atop Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Travel|How to Get Into the US Open  New York Times
Young American Vasil Kirkov Falls In US Open Qualifying  TennisGrandstand
USTA is Opening its National Campus on January 2nd and Invites the Community ...
Although much of the USTA National Campus will be for the community some areas were specifically designed to increase and polish the skills of Team USA players and the University of Central Florida (UCF) tennis team.
'You can't say “bamos” or whatever you said': Why is speaking Spanish out of ...
It's only 11:30 a.m., and there's already a small puddle of sweat in the back corner of the court where my morning toils have dripped off my body.