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Tennis Industry Meetings on NY Agenda During US Open

As the world’s best players gather in New York for the US Open, so too are industry leaders gathering for a series of meeting and events involving all areas of the sport with discussions focused on future growth for the tennis industry. Among some of the key meetings scheduled are the TIA Tennis Forum at the Tennis Show, TIA Board Meeting, along with separate dedicated meetings for TIA manufacturers and others to focus on youth tennis developments and updates with the USTA and the ITF.

Playtennis.com Helping to Connect Players to the Game

Playtennis.com, which relaunched to consumers last month, is helping all types of players—whether current, new to the game, or returning to tennis—find everything they need to know about playing the “sport for a lifetime.” PlayTennis.com was developed through a cooperative industry effort and conveys a simple, unified message to get more people out on the courts more frequently.

Tennis Show Prize Drawing Value Tops $20,000

On August 24, the tennis industry is set to gather for a one-day celebration of the sport at The Tennis Show 2012 in New York City's Grand Hyatt hotel. Nearly 40 tennis industry organizations, manufacturers, and businesses will be on hand to display their latest products and services in the exhibitor area, and they’ve donated more than $20,000 worth of prizes to be given away to those in attendance.

Mid-Year Shipment Results Up Compared to 2011

The first half of 2012 started off on a positive note for the tennis industry in terms of wholesale shipments of racquets and balls, as well as retail sales for tennis racquets. While much of the success for the first half of the year was driven by a strong  first quarter, the second quarter was defined by a lingering cautious optimism among tennis players and their buying habits.

From the TIA President: Growing the Game Through Unified Efforts

The first half of 2012 has been very active, laying the groundwork for new developments aimed at creating a more sustainable future for all involved in tennis. As the not-for-profit trade association supporting the growth and economic vitality of tennis, the Tennis Industry Association remains focused on our key strategic platforms laid out in 2011. Our main goal is to grow the game through cohesive efforts across the industry.

TRX Cardio Tennis Session in Florida Features Bollettieri

Tennis coach Nick Bollettieri spoke to participants at the TRX Cardio Tennis Pilot Training Course held at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla., July 21-22. The legendary coach, who will be inducted into the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame on Aug. 24 in New York, talked to attendees about how a healthy lifestyle and exercise promotes longevity and slows down the aging process.

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