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Billie Jean

Orlando to Host Billie Jean King Cup Qualifying Competition

Orlando, Florida, and the USTA National Campus will host the Billie Jean King Cup qualifying competition between the host country and Belgium from April 12–13, 2024, the United States Tennis Association has announced. The competition will be a best-of-five match series with the top women’s players from the U.S. and Belgium competing to advance to […]

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Collegiate athletics
From left, Daryl Homer, Brian White, Ryan Tressel, Elissa Hill and Adam Wood. Photo by Jared Wickerham

TEAMS ’23: The Importance of Collegiate Sports

The collegiate sports ecosystem remains a key pipeline for Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Without collegiate programs and the events they generate, that pipeline remains at risk. The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee is working to support a robust collegiate sports system and college campuses are working to protect this important landscape and its events. Some […]

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Arthur Ashe Stadium during sunset at the 2019 US Open. (Photo by Cesarin Mateo/USTA)

U.S. Open Setting Premium Hospitality Records

Labor Day weekend in New York City often means taking a trip to Flushing Meadows to check out the U.S. Open, the last Grand Slam of the tennis season and an event that has had some of its most memorable moments happen over the holiday stretch from Jimmy Connors‘ 1991 victory in the fourth round […]

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USTA

USTA Nominates ITF President David Haggerty for Re-Election

The United States Tennis Association has announced its nomination of David Haggerty for re-election as the president of the International Tennis Federation and Brian Hainline for election to the ITF Board of Directors. The nominations were approved unanimously by the USTA Board of Directors. Haggerty was elected ITF President in September 2015 and was re-elected […]

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Western & Southern Open
Rendering courtesy of City of Charlotte/Mecklenburg County

Charlotte Tagged as Potential New Host for Western & Southern Open

Beemok Sports is asking the city of Charlotte to contribute roughly $130 million toward a four-stadium tennis campus at the River District. The Charleston, South Carolina, firm is looking for a new home for the Western & Southern Open. The rights to the tournament, which is currently organized in the Cincinnati area, were acquired by […]

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Delray Beach Tennis

Billie Jean King Cup Heading to Palm Beaches

The United States Tennis Association has announced that Coco Gauff and the United States Billie Jean King Cup Team will play at the Delray Beach Tennis Center April 14–15 in a 2023 match against Austria. Billie Jean King Cup — celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2023 — was formerly known as the Fed Cup and […]

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Asheville Tennis
Explore Asheville will be prominently displayed throughout the 2022 US Open tennis tournament.

USTA Partners With Explore Asheville for US Open Marketing Campaign

The United States Tennis Association has announced Explore Asheville as the official tourism partner for the 2022 US Open, placing the North Carolina destination front and center throughout the event taking place 700 miles north in New York City. “Explore Asheville is proud to elevate our relationship with the USTA and Asheville’s reputation as a […]

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USTA Names Lew Sherr CEO and Executive Director

Lew Sherr will become the chief executive officer and executive director of the U.S. Tennis Association, effective May 2. Sherr is currently the national governing body’s chief revenue officer. In his new role, Sherr will partner with the USTA Board of Directors to set the strategy for tennis’ growth in the United States, and will […]

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USTA Mid-Atlantic Section Unveils Plans for Virginia Tennis Campus

The United States Tennis Association Mid-Atlantic Section plans to build a 36-court tennis campus in Loudoun County, Virginia, creating a year-round community health and wellness venue through tennis. The campus will draw local, regional and national level tennis events and feature daily programming, allowing the nonprofit organization to service the mission of growing the sport […]

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Frances Tiafoe is in the running to be one of the spotlight stars of this year's U.S. Davis Cup team. Credit: Jose Manuel Alvarez / Quality Sport Images / Kosmos Tennis via US Tennis Association

U.S. Davis Cup Team to Host Colombia in Reno

Reno Events Center will host the U.S. Davis Cup team in a qualifying match against Colombia on March 4–5, the first time that the event has been in Northern Nevada. Tickets will go on sale January 21. The qualifier against Colombia is a best-of-five match series played over two days, beginning with two singles matches […]

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