Former WTA CEO Allastar makes tennis return in new USTA role

By iSportconnect | March 14, 2016

Former Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) CEO Stacey Allastar has made a return to tennis after being hired to the newly created position of Chief Executive, Professional Tennis, at the United States Tennis Association (USTA). 

Allaster stepped down from her post at the top of the the WTA in October 2015 after leading the organization, first as its president, then as its chairman, for nine-plus years.

She will be tasked with setting the strategic vision for the USTA’s pro tennis division and will begin her new role in April

Katrina Adams USTA Chairman, CEO and President said: “Stacey’s track record in tennis is exemplary.

“She is a role model, has been a success at every level of the sport and is driven by a passion for tennis. We know that she will help bring the USTA’s professional tennis interests to even greater heights.”

USTA Chief of Professional Tennis Operations and US Open Tournament Director David Brewer will continue in his current role, reporting to Allaster. 

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