The 10th Annual Tennis Industry Association Tennis Forum will be held in New York City on Monday, Aug. 28, the first day of play at the US Open. This year’s Forum—along with related industry meetings—will be held at a new location: the Intercontinental New York Barclay, which is at Lexington Avenue and 49th Street and is the official hotel of the ATP Tour.
Registration is now open for the inaugural USRSA World Conference, which will be held Oct. 6-9 at the USTA National Campus at Lake Nona in Orlando, Fla. The conference is designed for all racquet technicians and will include workshops, seminars and networking opportunities.
The Women’s Tennis Coaching Association (WTCA) will hold its inaugural WTCA Conference NYC on Aug. 26-27, at the New York Marriott East Side in Manhattan. The conference theme is “the art and science of coaching female players.
Tennis Channel will have more than 100 hours of live coverage and close to 340 total hours with encore match presentations. TC will have live coverage from the tournament 14 of the 15 days. Tennis Channel provides 80 percent of all live coverage on television. This is Tennis Channel’s 11th year covering Roland Garros.
The ATP announced today that its season-ending tournament will continue its extremely successful stay in London a further two years through to 2020, under a new title sponsorship with one of Japan’s leading innovation companies, the Nitto Denko Corporation. The tournament, first staged in London in 2009, will now be renamed the Nitto ATP Finals.
he national Tennis Health & Wellness Task Force, comprised of top doctors and sports medicine experts, is putting together public service messages about the health, fitness, wellness and life benefits of tennis, and recently came out with its “Top 10 Reasons to Play Tennis.”
30Fifteen, a women’s tennis apparel brand and manufacturer, has joined the Tennis Industry Association as a new Supporting Partner.
What happens when a post-doctoral engineering researcher becomes an avid tennis player? You get creative, innovative ideas on how to make the game of tennis better and more enjoyable for everyone.
To help tennis providers manage and grow their businesses, the Tennis Industry Association is identifying viable technology development companies that offer “software as a service” (SaaS). The newest partnership is with Playven, which is a unique online tennis court marketplace and club management tool that helps tennis providers reach more players and grow their business. Using the Playven app, tennis players can easily find and book the nearest available courts at any facility.
Visionaries with new, innovative products, software or services designed to grow the sport of tennis with consumers and fans can submit their pitch in the “NYC-2017 Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge." This unique competition will take place at the 10th Annual TIA Tennis Forum, which will be held in New York City on Aug. 28, the first day of play at the US Open.