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Tag Archives: USTA

We’re almost through the first week of the Open. Are you loving it? While most players are focused on their matches, this year a handful of top American players have added supporting the award-winning...

Madison Keys recently joined American Express and the USTA to unveil three new tennis courts at the Hodge Park Community Tennis Courts in Rock Island, Illinois. The initiative was led by Fresh Courts,...

USTA Player development continues to add to its roster of Regional Training Centers. New dev. programs include Five Seasons Sports Club of Northbrook, Ill. and The Smiths in Indianapolis, Ind., bringing...

The new QuickStart lines are down on hard courts across the US — those faint lines that delineate smaller courts that get younger kids playing more successfully when combined with kid sized...

Martin Blackman is now the General Manager of Player Development for the USTA. We thought it worth re-running his tennis tips again. – June 22, 2015 Martin Blackman opens Blackman Tennis Academy...

Dunlop tennis has signed Tim Smycek, a hot-on-court Milwaukee native, to a racquet deal. His win last week against Donald Young in the 2011 USTA French Open Wild Card Playoffs earned him the coveted ticket...

The USTA Player development team announced today that they would be moving one of the United States' premiere junior tennis tournaments, the Orange Bowl, from hard courts to clay, taking it from Coral...

So you think you can hang with THE pros? Prove it. The U.S. Open playoffs are your opportunity to show you've got. Win this one and you get a wild card into the U.S. Open…really. Registration...

"Other sports don't make kids play like adults," says the USTA, why should tennis? Picture a little-leaguer in Fenway Park. Just doesn't happen. Why should it for the littlest in tennis? Junior...

So you want to see how you might fare in a match against Joe Braggart at your club? The USTA's  National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) system offers some guidance but if you (and he) don't...