United States Tennis Association (USTA)

The United States Tennis Association has enjoyed a huge spike in ticket sales for the upcoming US Open in the wake of Serena Williams' recent announcement that she will retire from the sport after playing…

New Zealand-based telecoms operator Spark has secured exclusive broadcast rights to the US Open tennis tournament until 2024 as part of a three-year deal with the United States Tennis Association (USTA)

The United States Tennis Association has promoted chief revenue officer Lew Sherr to the role of chief executive and executive director

Pay-television broadcaster Sky is set to agree a rights deal in the UK for the US Open, rekindling its association with the tennis grand slam, according to The Times

Michael Dowse is stepping down from his role as the United States Tennis Association chief executive officer and executive director, a move that will come into effect on March 1, 2022

Eclat Media Group has added to the growing sports portfolio for its new pan-regional SPOTV platform in Asia-Pacific with a five-year deal for US Open grand slam tennis rights, from 2022 to 2026, covering…

Australian media group Nine Entertainment has completed its set of Grand Slam tennis tournaments by acquiring rights to the US Open

Fans attending the opening day of the US Open tennis grand slam on August 30 in New York were forced to wait up to two hours in sweltering heat to gain entry into the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center…

The US Open has been hit by the withdrawal of multiple superstars ahead of the grand slam tournament in Flushing Meadows, New York

The United States Tennis Association and Elevate Sports Ventures have announced a strategic relationship to support premium sales and service for the 2021 US Open.

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Bill Daly, National Hockey League deputy commissioner. Eric and Chris also discuss potential historic changes in the business of tennis, the ongoing development of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and recent encouraging news for NBCUniversal regarding both the Tokyo Olympics and Super Bowl LVI.

The United States Tennis Association, along with the ATP men’s and WTA women’s tours, has announced that the 2021 US Open will move to fully electronic line-calling.

USTA chief executive Michael Dowse tells SportBusiness how, despite facing multiple unprecedented issues and sharp ratings declines, the organization was able to bring back elite tennis and make a small profit with the US Open. Bob Williams reports

The US Open was hit by a potentially devastating positive Covid-19 test among its participants on the eve of the grand slam tennis tournament in New York, with France's Benoît Paire reportedly removed f…

The United States Tennis Association has added insurance provider Chubb as a sponsor of its premier grand slam event, the US Open

Sports drink brand BodyArmor has announced a multi-year deal with the United States Tennis Association, which names BodyArmor Lyte the official sports drink of the US Open

The winners of this year's US Open singles and doubles competitions will receive less money than in 2019 due to the financial effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic

The United States Tennis Association has unveiled its plans for this year's US Open and gained a significant boost with confirmation that six-time champion Serena Williams will compete in the grand slam.