Katrina Adams took her love of tennis and built a career that extended beyond the court. She is the first and only Black woman to ever served as president, chairman and CEO of the United States Tennis Association for an unprecedented two consecutive terms from 2015-2018. Adams is the first former professional tennis player to run the USTA after a career that spanned 12 years and winning 20 career doubles titles.
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