In 2019 the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) recognized tennis director, Junius Chatman, Jr as having reached the 30-year membership milestone
In 2014, the Richmond Tennis Association (RTA) put tennis director, Junius Chatman, Jr into the Hall of Fame
Selected by the USTA in 2015 as one of the Top 50 Black Coaches/Teaching Pros in the US to attend a high-performance coaching workshop in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in December 2015. Other notable attendees: Mal Washington (former Wimbledon finalist), Chip Hooper (former top 20 ATP), Katrina Adams (former top 20 player WTA and former president, CEO of USTA)
Attended the USTA Player Development Coach Mentoring Workshop in Orlando, Florida.
USTA High Performance Coach
PTR Professional level
Attended UNC-Chapel Hill on a full four-year tennis scholarship