Events, Tennis News / February 20, 2021
Katrina Adams was born and raised in Chicago and competed on the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour for 12 years. In addition to many other accomplishments, Katrina Adams was the first black woman and youngest person ever to hold the position of President and CEO of the United States Tennis Association. And now, Chicago’s very own has written her maiden novel titled “Own the Arena” and it will be published by Harper Collins, Amistad Books, February 23, 2021. ”
In Own the Arena, Katrina Adams offers a privileged, singular inside look at this sensational global event, while elaborating on what makes tennis the only sport of a lifetime.
Learn more about “Own the Arena” using the link below.
Ms. Adams will signing copies of her new novel at XS Tennis on March 20th. Please join her in celebrating her newest success. Tickets are available for purchase using the link below.
For more information on Ms. Adams use the link below to read her Chicago Tennis Hall of Fame bio included on the Serve & Return website.
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