September 16, 1993
Bob Teitsworth of San Juan Capistrano and John Jensen of Newport Beach were eliminated in play at the USTA men's national 60s and 70s grass court tennis championships at the Rockaway Hunting Club in Lawrence, N.Y. Teitsworth, seeded 12th in the 60s, was beaten by No. 2 Chuck Devoe of Indianapolis, 6-3, 6-2. Jensen, seeded sixth in the 70s, lost to Bob Bushman of St. Petersburg, Fla., 6-3, 6-2.
July 6, 2001
Rylan Rizza of Rancho Palos Verdes and Dianne Matias of Gardena have been selected the U.S. Tennis Assn.'s Southern California junior players of the year for 2000. Samantha Hammond of Westlake Village and Kenny Brown of Los Angeles were selected most improved, and Jieun Jacobs of Valencia and Brian Wilson of San Marcos earned Evelyn Houseman sportsmanship awards.
May 16, 2013 |
After holding serve for 45 years, CBS has lost the rights to the nation's premier tennis tournament. ESPN on Thursday said it has clinched an 11-year deal with the United States Tennis Assn. for the exclusive TV rights, beginning in 2015, for the annual U.S. Open tennis tournament. ESPN declined to comment on speculation that it shelled out close to $75 million annually for the rights, a steep increase from what the USTA had been getting in its previous contract. The U.S. Open is one of the sport's four Grand Slam tournaments and a celebrated event that unfolds over two weeks in late summer in New York.
August 24, 2011 |
By many measures, America's tourists have long logged more miles than this country's business travelers. But as the nation has grappled with 9/11 and the financial chaos of recent years, the spending gap has widened, a top travel industry official says. Roger Dow, president and chief executive of the U.S. Travel Assn ., cited the numbers Wednesday in a report on the lingering impact of the terrorist attacks a decade ago. Business travel in the U.S. fell 21% between 2000 and 2010, USTA figures show.
October 31, 1998
If Marge Schott can be correctly forced from baseball for bad behavior and questionable racist tendencies, why can't the USTA do something about Richard Williams? It is his right to ruin his daughters' careers, but it is not his right to ruin tennis. GARRY KLUGER, Los Angeles
October 23, 1985
Arthur Ashe, captain of the U.S. Davis Cup tennis team for the past five years, announced his resignation Tuesday, less than 24 hours after reports indicated he had been told his contract would not be renewed. A new captain will be selected next week, said J. Randolph Gregson, president of the U.S. Tennis Assn., said at Scottsdale, Ariz., where the USTA management committee is meeting and considering a consultant's study to streamline the organization. Stan Smith, like Ashe a U.S.