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TIA Tennis Forum Aug. 28 in New York City

The 10th Annual Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Tennis Forum will be on Monday, Aug. 28, at the Intercontinental New York Barclay Hotel. The Forum will include the latest news about the state of the tennis industry, updates on grow-the-game initiatives, business insights and a spotlight on innovation.

TIA Tennis Forum in New Location: Intercontinental New York Barclay

The 10th Annual Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Tennis Forum on Monday, Aug. 28, will be at a new hotel this year: the Intercontinental New York Barclay at Lexington Avenue and 49th Street. The Forum, and subsequent sessions for the Future of Tennis & Tech event on Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, will be in the Grand Ballroom at the Intercontinental. Visit TennisIndustry.org.

Tennis ‘Innovation Challenge’ Finalists To Present Aug. 28 in NYC

Just as the upcoming US Open Championships will showcase the best competitors in tennis, the Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge will put some of the most brilliant new and innovative sports products and services center stage for a unique competition in New York City. The Innovation Challenge will follow the TIA Tennis Forum, which starts at 8:30 a.m. ET at the Intercontinental New York Barclay Hotel on Aug. 28, which is the first day of play at the US Open.

USRSA World Conference Set for Oct. 6-9 in Orlando

The schedule for the USRSA World Conference, to be held Oct. 6-9 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla., will feature top leaders and presenters in the industry, including Mark Gonzales, John Gugel, Liam Nolen, Tom Parry and Bob Patterson. The USRSA conference immediately precedes the NEXT Generation workshop, also in Orlando.

US Open Prize Money Tops $50 Million

 The USTA announced that the prize money for the 2017 US Open will increase by more than $4 million, bringing the total purse for the tournament to a record $50.4 million, a 9 percent increase over the 2016 US Open prize money totals. With those increases, the US Open becomes the first tennis tournament in history with total prize money compensation topping $50 million. 

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