Code Black on CBS star & Tennis Channel juniors correspondent Boris Kodjoe spoke w/ United States Tennis Association - USTA (Official)'s Ana Anisimova about her bright future in the pro game as a member of the WTA.
TC's Juniors Correspondent Boris Kodjoe from Code Black on CBS spoke with United States Tennis Association - USTA (Official) Player Development General Manager Martin Blackman about some of the future stars of US tennis.
Before the Williams Sisters - Margaret and Matilda Peters, affectionately known as ‘Pete” and Repeat’. The Peters made history with their doubles record from the 1930s to the 1950s. At a time when African Americans were not allowed to compete against whites, the Peters sisters played in the American Tennis Association, which was created specifically to give blacks a forum to play tennis competitively. Inducted into the USTA’s Mid-Atlantic Section Hall of Fame in 2003.
The USTA announced that long-time partner American Express will present the inaugural “Fresh Courts” program, a philanthropic effort to invest in developing communities through the renovation of existing, disrepaired tennis facilities in various markets across the U.S. The 2010 program targets 17 tennis courts in three cities including Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and New York, during Olympus US Open Series events and the US Open.
New Delhi: Acknowledging the Grand Slam feat of Rohan Bopanna, the All India Tennis Association (AITA) has decided to send his name to the government for this year’s Arjuna award. Bopanna yesterday won his maiden Grand Slam title by winning the mixed doubled trophy at the French Open with...