Eastern Tennis Hall of Fame
The Eastern Tennis Hall of Fame was established in 1988 to honor individuals from USTA Eastern Section who have made significant contributions to tennis on and off the court.
Each year the Eastern Tennis Hall of fame hosts a ceremony to induct up to six new members.
Who is eligible for consideration as an inductee to the Hall of Fame?
Players achieving international status and ranking, representing USA in Olympics and in either the Fed or Davis Cups.
Players who rose to prominence through the Eastern junior rankings.
Professionals in media from Eastern Section, such as broadcasters, writers and photographers, who made significant national or international contributions to the sport.
People who made a significant impact in the growth of tennis in the Eastern Section.
At least ten years residency in the Eastern Section is required in order to be considered.