Plans are in the works for the 2016 Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conference, to be held March 23-25 in Miami, during the Miami Open pro tournament. This third annual T.O.M. Conference builds on the successful event held this past spring in Indian Wells, Calif.
Reserve your spot now for the 8th Annual TIA Tennis Forum, which will be Monday, Aug. 31, at the Grand Hyatt New York City (42nd Street and Lexington Avenue). The Forum, which is free to attend, will be from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. in Salon V on the Ballroom level. It will also include the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame induction for industry pioneer Peter Burwash.
The Tennis Industry Association has created a new TIA Tech Partner level of membership designed for companies that provide consumer-based software and products to help connect the tennis-playing community. New TIA Tech Partners create software and products that players, facilities, coaches and other groups in tennis can use to enhance and expand the tennis-playing experience.
The latest research into the sport of tennis in the U.S. shows that overall tennis participation rose 1% to 17.9 million players, according to the Tennis Industry Association (TIA). The data also show growth in the number of youth tennis players, and indicate more than 14 million Americans, while not tennis players currently, express an interest in playing the sport.
GR8 Group, a leading luxury experience agency, has joined the Tennis Industry Association as a new Supporting Member.
Innovative Light Therapy has joined the Tennis Industry Association as a Supporting Member.
LidLum™, a manufacturer and designer of LED lighting solutions for professional and non-professional sports facilities, has joined the Tennis Industry Association as a Supporting Member.
Looking ahead to the launch of the 40th season of World TeamTennis (WTT) on July 12, Billie Jean King reflects with pride on the numerous accomplishments by the league she co-founded in 1974.
Tennis Channel’s French Open coverage set new ratings highs for the network, both in average and single-day tune in. The channel’s live tournament coverage saw an average 0.72 household coverage-area rating, up 33 percent vs. 2014’s 0.54 average. The average 175,000 households in Nielsen metered markets across two weeks was the highest in Tennis Channel’s history in Paris.
Two years ago, the State of the Tennis Industry meeting in New York was the start of an examination of the health of our industry. Through subsequent Tennis Summits and Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conferences, the TIA brought the industry together to exchange ideas and open a dialogue on issues and concerns, which continues this year at the TIA Tennis Forum on Aug. 31 in New York City.