The USTA announced a new slate for its board of Directors on Tuesday. The USTA announced its new slate of Board of Directors on Tuesday, naming Patrick J. Galbraith as USTA Chairman of the Board and President. The new Board has been elected to a two-year term that begins on January 1, 2019.

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Katrina Adams, who served two terms and was the first African-American, first former professional tennis player and youngest person ever to serve as USTA President, will serve the next two years as the USTA's immediate past president.

Galbraith is a two-time winner of the US Open Mixed Doubles Championship. He ended 1993 as part of the No.1-ranked men’s doubles team with partner Grant Connel. Galbraith is currently Senior Vice President-Wealth Management for UBS Financial Service, Inc.

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