One of our ATA National pastimes is to have a party. So join us for a virtual ATA party hosted by Wiston Chaney. We have a DJ who will spin music for all ages. Plug in your speakers, crank up the music and dance. Make a request for a favorite song that you want to hear. During the two hours, we wil
Join four of ATA's Female Champions whom all went on to play every Grand Slam pro tournament. Each will share their thoughts on the ATA, Diversity in Tennis, and their hopes for the future of tennis. Having their own unique reflection, each will reveal how the ATA played in their development, th
Stress is a normal part of the human experience. Injury, relatives, time demands, fatigue, competition, travel, and finances are just a few of the things in our lives that can cause athletes to become unglued in their relationships and during tennis competitions.
College Tennis has held a significant place in ATA's history. Join this panel discussion with HBCU Coaches. They will share their thoughts on the critical role that HBCUs have played in Black tennis, why it's essential to support HBCU tennis programs, and what we can do to preserve Black tennis.
Who says there are no young black men in competitive tennis? This session will showcase young African American players on the professional Tour. They will discuss and share their experiences in becoming a Champion on and off the Court.