HomeNewsGovernanceTennisUSA

Galbraith to replace Adams as USTA president

Patrick Galbraith has been elected the new board chairman and president of the United States Tennis Association. He succeeds Katrina Adams, who served an unprecedented two consecutive terms.

Galbraith, a successful former doubles player, has been on the USTA board in various capacities for 12 years and begins his two-year term on January 1, 2019.

Adams will serve the next two years as “Immediate Past President”.

Most recent

Matt Carroll, chief executive of the Australian Olympic Committee, tells Adam Nelson how a focus on athlete engagement, grassroots participation and community schemes has helped to boost the AOC’s commercial programme throughout the Olympic cycle.

The decision by the ATP Council not to renew Chris Kermode's contract as ATP executive chairman and president caused surprise when it was announced in March. Ben Cronin speaks to the outgoing tennis chief about his record.

A Ukranian billionaire is funding the latest effort to turn swimming into a regular competitive professional sport and not just one of the most popular events at the Summer Olympics.

Fan excitement over the acquisition of the star free agent has fueled the MLB club to what is by far the league's largest per-game attendance increase. But Paul Hagen examines how the organization is already thinking long-term and looking to sustain fan engagement over Harper's entire 13-year deal.