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Tennis in Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania and Wheeling, West Va.

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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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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
 

2014 PNC Men's Futures of Pittsburgh Pro Circuit Event


The USTA Pro Circuit “PNC Men’s Futures of Pittsburgh” is a $10,000 purse professional event where world class players compete for prize money and coveted ATP points which allow them to gain entry to events with larger purses and more ATP points. Read More
 

Pittsburgh USTA Junior 10 & Under Tour

Join the fun. Six exciting singles and doubles tournaments. Play in one or play in them all. Non-elimination play for kids 10 and under. Read More
 

Askew, Sadar help AMD Parents and Kids Understand the Rules

Parent presentations by Nic Askew and Angelika Sadar, in addition to Physical Therapist Dan Glatz, highlighted the Allegheny Mountain District (AMD) Sectional Training Center (STC), a part of the United States (USTA) Regional Training Center (RTC) initiative. Middle States junior competition department, under the direction of Michael Kennedy, Junior Competition Director, customized the STC to fit specific needs of 37 outstanding local players born 2000-2003. Read More
 

Apply Now for the USTA Middle States Board of Directors and Nominating Committee

Applications are now being accepted for positions for the 2015-2016 term for the Middle States Board of Directors and Middle States Nominating Committee. Read More
 

2013 AMD Award Recipients Announced

Congratulations to the 2013 Allegheny Mountain District (AMD) Award Recipients. Winners will be honored at the AMD Award Ceremony and Dinner on Sunday, April 6 at the Grazie Restaurant in Wexford. Read More
 

7th Annual Swing for a Cure


Swing for a Cure - This annual charity event benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and includes an afternoon of tennis clinics for children, ages 4 to 13. This year's event also includes a free clinic benefiting the Inner City Junior Tennis Program. The event has raised more than $50,000 to date in the past seven years. Read More
 

Alison Riske Falls to Italy's Karin Knapp in Fed Cup Tie

Italy's No. 1 seed topped the United States' submission for a No. 1 seed, Alison Riske, 6-3, 7-5, in a victory that propelled Italy to the Fed Cup triumph over the United States on Sunday at Public Auditorium in Cleveland. Read More
 

Pittsburgh's Alison Riske Selected to USA Fed Cup Team


The USTA announced its Fed Cup team will feature young, inexperienced members when the U.S. hosts Italy in the first round at Cleveland's Public Hall on Feb. 8-9. Madison Keys, Christina McHale, Alison Riske and Gates Mills' Lauren Davis will play for the United States. Read More