50 Years, 50 Heroes: Zina Garrison, 1989
In 2001, she became the first black woman to serve on the USTA Board of Directors.
Dec 10, 2018 by Blair Henley
50 Years, 50 Heroes: Andrea Jaeger, 1990
Ranked No. 2 at 16, Jaeger wasn’t your typical tennis pro.
50 Years, 50 Heroes: Philippe Chatrier, 1985
Chatrier, who presided over both the FFT and ITF, was the closest thing to a tennis czar.
Dec 06, 2018 by Blair Henley
50 Years, 50 Heroes: Charlie Pasarell, 1975
Pasarell’s positivity has helped him become one of the sport’s greatest innovators.
Nov 29, 2018 by Blair Henley
50 Years, 50 Heroes: Dennis Ralston, 1974
Ralston has always been willing to share openly about his struggles with opioid use.
Nov 28, 2018 by Blair Henley
50 Years, 50 Heroes: Frank Froehling, 1972
The ex-player has built or resurfaced more than 5,000 courts in his home state of Florida.
Nov 27, 2018 by Blair Henley
Great Expectations: What can Shapovalov do with an entire season?
The 18-year-old's late-summer run in 2017 took tennis by storm.
Jan 10, 2018 by Blair Henley
Meet the 10-year-old boy who beat cancer and inspired Roger Federer
Marc Krajekian's dream came true when he got to practice with his idol at the US Open.
Oct 31, 2017 by Blair Henley
Only when Murphy Jensen hit rock bottom did he find what he needed
The former doubles star is now sober—and inspiring others who battle their own demons.