Djata discusses the founding of the American Tennis Association, players at the Tuskegee Institute, racism, the increase of players in the 1980s, USTA minority participation, and players Althea Gibson, Arthur Ashe, Zina Garrison, John Wilkerson, Lori McNeil, Chanda Rubin, MaliVai Washington, Steve Campbell, Venus and Serena Williams, Alexandra Stevenson, and James Blake.
What does ATA stand for?
ATA stands for American Tennis Association
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Not only did he serve as Secretary of the American Tennis Association (the ATA) but he also served a term as president of the New York State Tennis Association.
She still holds the record for winning 10 consecutive singles titles in the American Tennis Association (ATA), which was founded in 1916 and is the oldest black sports organization in history.
The American Tennis Association intends to establish a permanent training ground for aspiring players.
Much in the same manner, Gibson and Ashe considered themselves extremely blessed to have been brought up through the American Tennis Association (ATA), the oldest black sports organization in the United States.
Once a child has taken a few lessons, you may want to think about adding a camp or two to the mix, but do your homework first, says Marcus Freeman, president of the American Tennis Association and head pro and manager at the Keist Tennis Center in Dallas.
The American Tennis Association (ATA) isn't unlike any other organization--facing challenges from within and criticism from without.