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USTA Foundation Youth Essay Contest Winners Announced

USTA Southern announced the selection of seven young tennis players as state winners of the 2020 USTA Foundation NJTL Essay Contest. Read More

Community Tennis Development Workshop Runs Oct. 20-28

The USTA Southern Community Tennis Development Workshop (CTDW) is a chance to learn what's happening across our nine states and expand your community development knowledge. Read More

Awards & Achievements, Second-half, 2020

Southern players and organizations are constantly making their mark in the world of tennis. Here's a list of recent awards, achievements and news in the second half of 2020. Read More

Randy Jackson Nominated to Lead USTA Southern

United States Tennis Association (USTA) Southern announced today that Randy Jackson, of Fort Smith, Ark., has been nominated to serve as USTA Southern Board of Directors President & CEO for the 2021-22 term. Read More

Southern Hall of Famer Roy Barth Releases Book

Roy Barth is a former ATP Tour player and director of Kiawah Island’s tennis program. He was inducted into the Southern Tennis Hall of Fame in 1999. His upcoming book, Point of Impact, is his personal story woven though the history of tennis and a series of life lessons. Read More

Paul Leads Southerners in French Open

North Carolina native Tommy Paul was the only Southern playing in the second week of the French Open. Paul and Nicholas Monroe won an exciting third round match over Pablo Cuevas/Feliciano Lopez 6-4, 5-7, 7-6(7). They advanced to the third round win a second-round victory of the fourth seeds Lukasz Kubot/Marcelo Melo. Read More

USTA Southern Mourns the Loss of Lloyd J. Dillon, Sr.

USTA Southern mourns the loss of Lloyd J. Dillon, Sr., a dedicated tennis coach and award-winning volunteer from New Orleans. Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Raul Bermudez, Delgado Family

USTA Southern celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with profiles of Raul Bermudez of Little Rock, AR, and the Delgado family of High Point, NC. Read More

Southerners in US Open: Townsend Falls in Doubles Semifinal

With the resumption of Grand Slam play after the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic halting tennis, the 2020 US Open begins play on August 31. Tennis will be played in a bubble designed to protect players, staff, officials and volunteers. Unfortunately, the usually electric New York crowd won't be in attendance, rocking Arthur Ashe Stadium and surrounding courts. Read More

Carter Wins Doubles, Brady Surprises in Lexington

Here are updates about the Top Seed Open, presented by Bluegrass Orthopaedics, to be held at the Top Seed Tennis Club, Aug. 10-17, outside Lexington, Kentucky. Read More