This week we are thanking the ITA’s generous supporters and encouraging friends and alumni of college tennis to follow their lead by donating to the ITA Fund. Today we talk with Northwestern University women’s tennis alum and former USTA President Katrina...
To let down the people closest to me, my friends and family is my most daunting fear. From an early age, I was pretty aware of how many lives I affected. How many people had to sacrifice time, energy and...
UCLA standout and College Tennis Great Roy Barth is sharing the lessons he learned through tennis in his new book, Point of Impact. Barth explores his relationships with his friends and family, his experience playing on the professional tour,...
I would not be where I am today without my college tennis experience. I was a nationally ranked junior player and accepted a scholarship to play for Louisiana State University in 1992, at which time LSU was ranked in the...
Dear Northwestern Tennis: Thank you so much for the best year of tennis I could have ever imagined and for giving me the opportunity to finish my competitive tennis career where it began.  I was 8 years old when I...
ATP — Brayden Schnur’s best week ever got even better on Saturday at the New York Open. Having never won an ATP Tour main draw match before this week, the Canadian qualifier saved five set points in the opening...
If you're looking through the men's singles draw for the 2020 French Open, you might come across some former collegiate men's players -- 12 to be exact. Each of the 12 left a legacy at their school and in...
My dad passed away in October of 2011. I had been pro for only about three months at this point and received one of the worst phone calls anyone could ever get. I was at a 10k future in Texas...
In the fall of my sophomore year at TCU, after a standard Thursday night out at the bars, I made my way back to my dorm. We all had a pretty big night and definitely a couple too many. I...
“Our idea is to use tennis as a way to gain and hold the attention of young people so that we can teach them about matters more important than tennis.” - Arthur Ashe For the 49 years since Arthur Ashe...

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