Every time a WTA player hits an ace, they raise money for an amazing cause - and it's doubled for USANA Ambassadors. How much was raised in Cincinnati?
WTA Staff
August 21, 2017

The 2017 Aces For Humanity campaign was launched by USANA and the WTA at the BNP Paribas Open and continued at the Western & Southern Open, where every ace hit by a WTA player at Premier-level events translated into a donation to the USANA True Health Foundation, whose mission is to provide the most critical human necessities to those who are suffering, or in need, around the world.

For every ace hit by any player the WTA donates $5, and for every ace hit by a USANA Brand Ambassador, it's $10.

Out of the 342 aces hit at the Western & Southern Open, USANA Brand Ambassadors Caroline Wozniacki and Monica Puig hit 11 - raising a grand total of $1,875 throughout the week.

Read more about the campaign here and see below to find out who's hit the most aces so far!


#AcesForHumanity Fan Giveaway

It's simple: before each WTA Premier tournament guess how many total aces will be hit.
Next up is the Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies in New Haven.

Last year, there was a total of 100 aces hit. It's now your turn: take your best guess of how many will be hit this year.

How To Enter:
Follow @WTA and @USANAFoundation on Twitter and before each WTA Premier tournament tweet the number of aces you predict will be hit during the whole tournament (Singles, Main Draw)

-  Include the hashtag #AcesForHumanity 
-  Toronto deadline is August 23rd at 11:59pm ET
-  The winner will be announced August 29th

Aces For Humanity is a joint WTA and USANA initiative that benefits the USANA True Health Foundation, which provides critical human necessities to those in suffering, or in need, around the globe.

For full rules on how to enter, click here.