USTA considers switch to clay-court training facility
U.S. Tennis Association president Franklin Johnson was asked Friday whether he's concerned about the country's performance at the French Open, with one U.S. man and two American women in the third round.
"I'm not unduly alarmed," Johnson said. In the next breath, though, he noted that the USTA is close to switching its Florida training center from Key Biscayne to a facility with more clay courts, Chris Evert's Academy in Boca Raton.
"It may be a little premature, because we haven't ...
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