For a sizable portion of nearly two transformative decades, one family surname has competitively dominated tennis and continually inundated its news. Think about how an emerging generation of female players has never known a tour without the headlining Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. Williams Sisters Leave an Impact That’s Unmatched - The New York Times
The US Open is one of the top tennis tournaments in the ATP circuit along with; the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon. The tournament has been played since 1881 at different venues, but its current location is the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. http://www.bettorsnet.com/payperhead/index.php/new-york-city-awaits-the-2013-atp-us-open/
4. Stacey Allaster took over as the Chairman and CEO of the WTA in 2009. She was listed by Totalsports.com as the No. 12 most influential woman in sports. She has successfully garnered equal prize money for women tennis players in all the major tournaments. Women's tennis has enormous media presence worldwide. Allaster revealed her ambitious nature to push the WTA forward as a greater business, in an interview with Adam Bryant of The New York Times.