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The tennis experience for Military Heroes

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USTA Serves is slated to host four regional wheelchair tennis camps through a grant from the United States Olympic Committee. The grants are provided to facilitate the growth of Paralympic sport programming for disabled veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces. Read More
 

Retired Navy man Rodusky continuing to serve

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Paul Rodusky, captain of the USTA Midwest Adult 55 & Over 7.0 men’s squad out of Ohio, leads a crew dedicated to serve and united for victory. For the U.S. Navy veteran playing in his first national tennis event, it’s a thrill. Read More
 

USTA Foundation, Johnson & Johnson unite for heroes

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The USTA Foundation and the Johnson & Johnson health care company will host six “Warrior & Family Tennis Days” for wounded veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families, utilizing the power of tennis play to provide fun and bring people closer together. Read More
 

Wounded Warriors at home on the tennis courts

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Army Sergeants Chris Bustamante and Jesse Colby weren’t tennis players prior to the San Diego District Tennis Association’s Wounded Warrior tennis camp. Their experience at the camp, however, turned them into tennis fanatics, and has changed their lives in ways they never imagined. Read More
 

USTA Serves awards $1.6 million in grants and scholarships

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USTA Serves has awarded $450,000 in grants to 40 organizations that provide tennis and education to underserved youth and people with disabilities. This brings the total awarded during the 2013 grant funding cycle to more than $1.2 million. Combined with scholarships, USTA Serves awarded a total of $1.6 million in 2013. Read More
 

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