Tennis-prose.com has learned from a source this week at Sarasota Open about a series of events that may indicate racial unfairness by the USTA directed against Ryan Harrison. Last year at the New York Open, 26 year old Ryan Harrison and Donald Young played a heated singles match won by Harrison 63 76. Continue to read full article...

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Junior Player Bindas Inspired By Coach Mayotte

  My name is Brooklyn Bindas and I turned 12 last March. I have been playing tennis since I was eight but have only taken tennis seriously for a little over a year. For the past year I have trained 4-5 days a week to be a top player. My training has paid off, I am already ranked 6 in New England G12s and 115 Nationally. My plan is to continue to train hard and work on getting stronger. In 2017, I couldn’t even make winter or summer sectionals. This year I placed 3rd at winter sectionals and 2nd at summer sectionals. Continue to read full article...

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The Most Prominent Memory of the 2014 U.S. Open

32110_125243784179310_8240515_nNo, it wasn't a former convicted doper winning the US Open title. It wasn't even Kei Nishikori becoming the first 5-foot-10 Japanese player to reach the men's finals. It wasn't the Monfils-Federer five-setter with Monfils holding two match points in the fourth set (although that's close). It wasn't Serena Williams running roughshod over the field, not losing more than 3 games in any set she played. It wasn't even CC Bellis beating Cibulkova on the cool new Court # 6. Victor Estrella Burgos winning two rounds with great New York Domincan support and then losing in 3 breakers to Raonic was close. Continue to read full article...

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