Former Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison has settled her racial discrimination lawsuit with the U.S. Tennis Association.
Former Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison is suing the U.S. Tennis Association, saying she was discriminated against because she is black.
Former Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison and the U.S. Tennis Association are mired in a dispute over her departure.
U.S. Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison will be joined next year by coach Mary Joe Fernandez, who will take over as captain in 2009.
U.S. Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison announced Monday that Venus Williams, who missed the Australian Open with a left wrist injury, has committed to play in the first round on April 21-22 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center.
Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison will get another shot at taking a U.S. team in transition and molding it into a contender next year.
Venus Williams is the only seeded American woman at Wimbledon. But, as Greg Garber writes, the future of U.S. women's tennis is Jamea Jackson.
Jamea Jackson made her Fed Cup debut a successful one when she beat Anna-Lena Groenefeld 6-2, 3-6, 7-5 to give the United States a 1-0 lead over Germany in their quarterfinal matchup.
Germany chose a clay court for its Fed Cup quarterfinal against the United States in April.
The USTA announced Wednesday that Zina Garrison will remain captain of the U.S. Fed Cup team through 2006.
Serena Williams who has an ankle injury will be replaced by her sister Venus in the American team for this weekend's Fed Cup tie against Belgium in Delray Beach.
U.S. Fed Cup captain Zina Garrison expects Serena Williams to recover from an ankle injury and play in the team's first-round series against Belgium next week.
Australian Open notes: If U.S. captain Zina Garrison wants Serena Williams to play in the country's Fed Cup match against Belgium at Delray Beach, Fla., in April, Williams will be there.
Zina Garrison was given a one-year contract to stay on as U.S. Fed Cup captain, while Billie Jean King retired Tuesday as a coach for the team.
For more than half her life, Zina Garrison heard the same advice from Althea Gibson: Work on your serve. Yet not until Gibson's funeral did Garrison truly understand what her friend and mentor meant.
Serena and Venus Williams plan to compete at the Athens Olympics despite injuries that forced them to pull out of recent tournaments.