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Congratulations to Pittsburgh native, Alison Riske, on winning her first WTA title over the weekend at the Tianjin Open. Riske beat 17-year-old Belinda Bencic 6-3, 6-4 to wrap up a big week. Riske told WTATennis.com, "It's a huge accomplishment for me to win my first WTA title. I was here by myself, which made it even more special, just to know that I was able to do it by myself."

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Walrath Presents a Plan for AMD Junior Competition Pathway

A parent presentation by Seth Walrath, the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) 2014 ‘Clinician-of-the-Year,’ highlighted the Allegheny Mountain District (AMD) Sectional Training Center (STC), a part of the United States (USTA) Regional Training Center (RTC) initiative. Read More

Pitt Wins Tennis On Campus Section Championships

The University of Pittsburgh won the Middle States Tennis On Campus Section Championships Oct. 26, which included 24 club teams representing 18 different colleges and universities, all competing at New Jersey’s Mercer County Park. Read More

AMD Board Seeks Members, Officers

Anyone interested in serving on the Allegheny Mountain District (AMD) Board of Directors as a member or as an officer for a two-year-term beginning in January should contact Greg McDermott, chair of the Nominating Committee, by Nov. 10. Hank Hughes has announced that he is not seeking re-election as President of the AMD Board. Read More

Nominations Sought for 2014 AMD Annual Awards

All USTA members living in the Allegheny Mountain District are invited to nominate coaches, teaching pros and volunteers in a number of categories for the district’s 2014 Annual Awards. Deadline is Nov. 10. Click here for details. Read More