I watched the second set of Sloane Stephens' rout of Madison Keys, 6-3 6-0. What interested me was the ceremony afterward. Tom Ranalli was the only White person involved. Black female Katrina Adams just happens to be the president of the USTA. The person presenting the checks to Stephens and Keys was another black woman. So you had four black females and Tom Ranalli. Adams was beaming when she told the winner and runner-up, "You represent the future of diverse American tennis." "Diverse" of course in the USSA is a euphemism for overwhelmingly black, or when that's not possible, overwhelmingly non-White. The crowd, which paid something like 23k a ticket on average to watch the match, gleefully applauded Adams' racial cheerleading.