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Jordan Belga blog: Coaching is a burning passion for me

Jordan Belga is a recent graduate of the University of Florida, where he received his B.S in Sport Management along with a minor in Business Administration. Belga has received a coaching fellowship with USTA Player Development and will be writing a blog from the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla., about his experiences this summer. In his first entry, he writes about what led him to coaching tennis.​ Read More

Stephens named finalist for USOC Female Athlete of the Month

After reaching her second career Grand Slam final at the French Open, top-ranked American Sloane Stephens has been named a finalist for the U.S. Olympic Committee's Female Athlete of the Month award for June. Read More

Team USA in Review: June

They came on different surfaces in different seasons, but Sloane Stephens and Denis Kudla both found high levels of success in June. Read More

May 2018 Honor Roll

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Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for May 2018. Read More

Q&A with Amanda Anisimova

Healthy once again, reigning US Open girls' champion Amanda Anisimova spoke with about her rehab, beating Petra Kvitova in Indian Wells for her first career Top-10 win and training at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla. Read More

Q&A with Caroline Dolehide

Caroline Dolehide came through qualifying to earn a spot in the main draw of the French Open for the first time in her career. She reflects on her breakout season. Read More

Q&A with Bjorn Fratangelo

Fratangelo-457x305 spoke with rising American star Bjorn Fratangelo about rehabbing a torn muscle in his leg, his grass-court schedule, breaking back into the Top 100 and his childhood playing on carpet courts.​ Read More

Team USA in Review: May 2018

Frances Tiafoe and Taylor Townsend proved to be at their best in the lead-up to the French Open, turning in clay-court results that earned them Team USA Player of the Month honors for May. Read More

April 2018 Honor Roll

Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for April 2018. Read More

Americans ready for 2018 French Open

The U.S. is set to have at least 28 men and women in the main draw of the French Open later this month, with many more fighting for a spot in the qualifying tournament. Team USA has 17 women and nine men who have earned a direct spot in the 128-player draw based on their rankings, plus two more who guaranteed their place by winning the Roland Garros Wild Card Challenge. Read More
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