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Awards & Achievements, First-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 first half of 2020. Read More
 

USTA League Players Connect During Pandemic via Podcast

Erin Conigliaro and Carolyn Roach found a creative way to connect the tennis community during the COVID-19 pandemic: storytelling. The two USTA League players, who met while playing tennis at the Hasentree Club in Wake Forest, NC, teamed up to create the Second Serve podcast. Read More
 

Lakeshore Foundation Featured on ADA's 30th Anniversary

The origins of Lakeshore Foundation in Birmingham, AL, stem from a multi-year evolution of sports programs.​ Read More
 

Update on Suspension of Play and Event Changes - July 14, 2020

Here is the July 14 update on tournaments and event. Beginning June 1, the suspension of USTA Sanctioned products and events noted below will now be at the discretion of the USTA Sections and local health authorities. Read More
 

Lexington Selected as First American WTA Tournament After COVID-19 Pause

Octagon and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) today announced the return to professional women's tennis in the U.S., with the staging of a new tournament, 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
 

Southern Cares: Providing Immediate Relief to Tennis Community

USTA Southern recognizes that many in the tennis industry are being significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board of Directors has set aside up to $2 million for the Southern Cares Initiative to provide immediate relief to our partners across the Southern states. Read More
 

USTA League Player Survey for 2020

Please find below the recent survey results sent to our Southern USTA League players by the USTA Southern Adult League Committee.The results, along with many other factors, were used in the decision to cancel the 2020 Southern League Championships. Read More
 

Top-Level Junior Tournaments Resume in July

Southern level tournaments will resume July 18 with the Level 1A. (no doubles) followed by the rescheduling of the Southern Closed Championships July 30-August 5 (no doubles). The Southern Closed this year will count for National Level 4 points for 2020 and 2021 shadow ranking (not Level 3) and Southern Level 1 points for this year. Read More
 

Southern Hall of Famer Roy Barth to Release 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
 

Stories of Pride Month Programs

Stories of Pride Month programs from Louisville, KY; Greensboro, NC and Atlanta. Read More
 
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