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2014 US Open Milestones

Who reached the best milestone at the US Open?

Bryan Brothers, 100th team title
Bryan Brothers, 100th team title
Marin Cilic, 1st grand slam title
Marin Cilic, 1st grand slam title
Serena Williams, 18th grand slam title
Serena Williams, 18th grand slam title

United States Tennis Association
Mid-Atlantic Section
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Suite 270
Reston, VA 20190
To Promote and Develop
the Growth of Tennis.
The Nominating Committee has been tasked with presenting a nine member slate to the membership for their vote. Read More
Help us honor the Mid-Atlantic's best members. Nominate a USTA member or member org for an award by October 17. Read More
The University of Mary Washington will host the USTA/Mid-Atlantic Section's 6th Annual College Showcase. Read More
This two-day workshop will feature the latest NJTL enhancements to keep you updated on how to deliver the best programs. Read More
Schools must apply for TDW scholarships by September 19 at 5 p.m. Read More
The Championships in Winston-Salem featured an all Mid-Atlantic final in the Girls’ 14s. Read More
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The USTA/Mid-Atlantic Section, one of 17 sections of the United States Tennis Association, is a not-for-profit organization committed to promoting tennis by offering quality recreational and competitive programs for people of all ages and abilities.
The Section has been part of the official governing body for tennis in America since 1923. We serve nearly 40,000 members in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and eastern and southern West Virginia. Tennis players are involved in leagues, tournaments and programs sanctioned by the Section.
Mid-Atlantic holds Sectional Championships in USTA Leagues, Jr. Team Tennis, Junior and Adult Tournaments, and Tennis On Campus.
USTA/Mid-Atlantic's daily operations are carried out by a professional staff based in Reston, Va. It is the USTA's ninth largest Section.
Founded in 1881, the USTA (which has more than 750,000 members) is the national governing body for tennis in the United States, owns the US Open, and administers junior and adult programs in state, regional, and national events.