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Barker coaching Adaptive Tennis worldwide

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Jack Barker was determined to use the game of tennis to enhance the lives of athletes with intellectual disabilities. In the process, Barker learned that the athletes could teach him about hard work, patience, gratitude, enthusiasm and trust. Read More
 

USTA Serves to grant $330,000 in scholarships

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A deserving group of students have been selected by USTA Serves for college scholarships, as the organization is pledging a total of $330,000 to promote academic achievement beyond high school. Read More
 

USTA Serves awards more than $429,000 in grants

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USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the USTA, has awarded more than $429,000 in grants to 46 community tennis and education organizations during its 2014 spring funding cycle. Read More
 

The Story of Asher

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Asher Major is an 11-year-old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder, a neurodevelopmental disorder in which children have significant delays in social interaction and language. Each day for Asher is a struggle to communicate with the outside world, except for when he is on the tennis court. Read More
 

Florida CTA and UPARC... a perfect match

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Florida-based UPARC supports and empowers individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and has delivered many new exciting tennis opportunities. Read More
 

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
 

Students raise a racquet for disabilities

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A ball and a racquet are the tools that Ohio University students are using to better the lives of kids with developmental disabilities. Rachel Berens founded the No Limits Adaptive Tennis program in Lancaster, Ohio, and later brought it along with her to Athens, Ohio. Tennis skills are not the only thing these kids learn. Read More
 

Rookies Stroud, Anderson a pair for the ages

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Conner Stroud, 14, and Anthony Anderson, 48, made their BNP Paribas World Team Cup debuts for Team USA this week. As the youngest and oldest team members, the two rookies share two passions above all else: family and tennis. Read More
 

Ingram strives to teach tennis, life lessons to D.C. kids

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Jeri Ingram has had a colorful journey with tennis. She started as a talented junior and college player, transitioned to a professional career and then became a coach. Now, as director of the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center, she faces her toughest challenge yet: bringing a strong education to kids.​ 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
 
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