Results: 88 Record(s) Found.

Martin Damm, Toby Kodat make history at 2019 US Open

Fifteen-year-old Martin Damm and 16-year-old Toby Kodat, this year’s Kalamazoo champions, became the youngest men’s doubles team to win a US Open match in the Open era. Read More

Positive Parents: Rajesh Bhakta

Rajesh Bhakta, father of nationally competitive 14-year-old Ria Bhakta, discusses how he applies many of the strategic principles he learned in his technology career to tennis training. Read More

July 2019 Honor Roll

Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for July 2019. Read More

Competing in the Summer Heat

Optimizing Mental Performance Despite the Heat Read More

Positive Parents: Summer Epps

In this series, we highlight parents who make a positive impact on their children’s lives and tennis journeys, both on and off the court. In our first installment, we catch up with Summer Epps. Read More

Clervie Ngounoue, Kyle Kang headline headline U.S. World Junior Tennis Finals teams

Six of America’s top 14-and-under juniors, including Clervie Ngounoue and Kyle Kang, will represent the U.S. in the World Junior Tennis Finals, the world’s premier 14-and-under team competition, Aug. 5-10 in Prostejov, Czech Republic. Read More

Leighton Allen, Gabriella Price win USTA Boys' and Girls' 18s National Clay Court Championships

Leighton Allen and Gabriella Price won the singles titles at last week’s USTA Boys’ and Girls’ 18s National Clay Court Championships, earning wild-card entries into the 2019 US Open junior singles events to go along with their trophies. Read More

Wimbledon junior wrap: Alexa Noel reaches singles final, Broadus-Forbes win doubles crown

American juniors were ever-present at Wimbledon’s final weekend, with a total of four U.S. players competing in the singles and doubles finals. Of the four finalists, Savannah Broadus and Abigail Forbes took top honors as girls’ doubles champions. Read More

Twelve named to Team USA for Pan American, Parapan American Games

Twelve Americans will represent Team USA at this summer’s Pan American and Parapan American Games. The 2019 Pan American Games will be held July 29-Aug. 4 in Lima, Peru, while the Parapan American Games will take place from Aug. 24-30 in the same city. Read More

June 2019 Honor Roll

Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for June 2019. Read More
Results: 88 Record(s) Found.