Black History Month Legends: Arthur Ashe

Arthur Ashe remains, to this day, one of the most revered athletes in the history of sport. His accomplishments are legend, his enduring legacy one of integrity, dignity, grace and class. Read More

Megan Moulton-Levy blog: Dos and don’ts for tennis parents

In her latest blog for USTA.com, coach Megan Moulton-Levy gives some advice to parents of young tennis players. Read More

Black History Month Legends: Althea Gibson

Just three years after Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, Althea Gibson cast her spectacular glow upon the sport of tennis as the first African-American to compete in the U.S. National Championships.​ Read More

Best of 2016: Serena wins record-tying 22nd Slam

The best player of her generation took another step toward becoming the best of all time in 2016, with Serena Williams chasing down Steffi Graf with her record-tying 22nd Grand Slam singles title.  Read More

Best of 2016: A roof for Arthur Ashe Stadium

In recent years, fans have seen glimpses of the work to transform the home of the US Open. In 2016, everything came together, with a new Grandstand, a redesigned South Plaza and, of course, a long-awaited roof for Arthur Ashe Stadium. Read More