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Professional Tennis Management

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In the summer of 1980 a single afternoon marked the beginning of a break between one tennis era and another. At the Wimbledon men's singles finals on 5 July, Bjorn Borg of Sweden defeated American John McEnroe. However, Borg's amazing effort during the five-set battle was a closing argument. He played for only two more Grand Slam titles, retired from the tour in 1982, and never again beat McEnroe. McEnroe, on the other hand, had made an opening statement. The Swedish baseliner took the court ranked number one in the world, having won nine Grand Slam titles and four consecutive Wimbledon singles titles. McEnroe brought ...
Industry News - Racquet Sports Industry
Sports industry leaders, executives, and celebrity athletes took to Capitol Hill on March 10 to “Get America Moving” by lobbying members of Congress to support the Carol M. White Physical Education Program and the Personal Health Investment Today Act for fiscal year 2011. The Tennis Industry Association was a sponsor of the annual event. For the past 10 years the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA) has hosted 100+ Industry Executives, 20+ Sports Celebrities, 40+ Sponsoring Companies, and Physical Education Professionals in Washington to promote a more active and healthier lifestyle for Americans, especially for ... market research, surveys and trends
GVTN's 2009 Greatest Hits Countdown - Number 7
Global Village Tennis News - Tennis news, tournament coverage and ©Kourtin' Karen.: GVTN's 2009 Greatest Hits Countdown - Number 7 Merry Christmas! Lucky "7" is a short interview I did with Ed Tseng on his book Game, Set, Life . Ed Tseng Interview - Author of "Game. Set. Life." Seven Questions with "Game. Set. Life. - Peak Performance for Sports and Life" Author Ed Tseng by Karen Flax-Jardine Rarely does one come across a book which teaches both tennis lessons and life lessons in a veryinspirational way. Ed Tseng's "Game. Set. Life. - Peak Performance forSports and Life" ... market research, surveys and trends


November 2009 Growing Tennis Newsletter
  to sign up for FREE.  Be one of the first 50 clubs to sign up and get a FREE Tennis Channel clock. Questions? Contact Cari Buck at 310-314-9492; TIA Revamps Website The TIA is making it even easier to find the information you need to help your business., now incorporates TennisIndustryNews, so you can get all the info you need in one stop. The new and easier‐to‐navigate site has newsfeeds from RSI magazine; current and archived industry newsletters and press releases; industry searches for Manufacturers, Retailers, Facilities; recent research; ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Tennis, anyone? If so, Baseline can run the program for you ...
Most revolve around a well-meaning tennis pro who can teach a backhand, but is clueless when it comes to scheduling tournaments and keeping the books. Enter Baseline Tennis Inc. The duo, both players and veteran instructors, decided metro Detroit needed a company that could reliably manage all aspects of a tennis program. So, they teamed up in 1999 and by 2003 rolled out Birmingham-based Baseline. They say they've found a niche with very little real competition: managing tennis programs for public, private and commercial clubs. "There was a missing level of service, so we decided to pool our resources," said ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
City Of Las Vegas announces privatization of Amanda & Stacy Darling Tennis Center
City Of Las Vegas Enters Into Public/Private Partnership For Operation Of Amanda And Stacy Darling Tennis Center -  Privatization Of World-Class Facility Is Expected To Keep Center Open, Save City More Than $200,000 Annually The Las Vegas City Council today awarded a contract to CJMS Tennis Management Company to operate the Amanda and Stacy Darling Tennis Center, located at 7901 West Washington Ave. Entering into this public/private partnership is estimated to save the city more than $200,000 annually. This comes at a time when the city is facing a significant budget shortfall of about $47 million. Most importantly, the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Take a step back on tennis decision
Carol Ogden has lived in Palm Coast for 10 years and started playing tennis when she moved to the city. She was one of the early members of Friends of Tennis, one of the groups that worked to urge the city to build the Palm Coast Tennis Center in 2007. Your article ("Palm Coast tennis center losing money," Aug. 14 News-Tribune) regarding the sudden looming decision to turn over management of the Palm Coast Tennis Center to KemperSports, a golf club management company, was full of bad news and a tiny bit of good news. First, I take issue with the lead that the tennis center is losing money. Of course, it is true. As for ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Career Opportunities in Professional Tennis Management TENNIS ...
ABOUT TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL TENNIS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM: TJC Tennis Tech has been conducting quality Professional Tennis Management Programs ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
City of Coral Gables Job Description Job Title: Professional ...
services management, Tennis Centers operations, tennis program practices, techniques, ... Certification as a professional tennis instructor by an approved ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Professional Tennis Management Degree - Bachelor's Degree ...
Graduation from the Professional Tennis Management degree program opens up a variety of career paths. In addition to traditional business careers outside of tennis, Ferris Professional Tennis Management graduates are well prepared for careers as tennis teaching pros, tennis directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and tennis industry administrators. Students of the college professional tennis management degree receive on-the-job training by completing two paid outside internships at clubs, resorts and facilities all over the United States. The third internship is on-going ...
  1. profile image tennislcj @1adygodiva yea it's my 1st year :] I'm taking English comp, Spanish, Col. Algebra 105 and PTM (professional tennis management)<-- my major
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Why is it said that tennis is a "sport for all" people? - Yahoo ...
It could be because tennis is very fun, most people enjoy playing it. It might also be because you can actually tailor it to your fitness. Older people can just rally the ball back and forth and still have a lot of fun whereas younger people can play more energetically and develop the skill. All ages seem to like tennis, it&#039;s quite universal. Watching too, it&#039;s men and women, older people, younger people and children. Asker's Rating: Asker's Comment: Thanks for the help! I always thought of it as a pretty tough sport, but you pretty much can tailor it to any level. There are currently no comments for ...
Methodist College, North Carolina at AllExperts
(Prepared by Bill Billings, College Historian, in May 2004. A complete history of the College's first 50 years will be published in two years when the College celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of receiving its charter from the state of North Carolina.)L. Stacy Weaver, first president In 1955 a citizens' group in Fayetteville, North Carolina, began discussing the possibility of bringing a private college to the city. The Presbyterian Synod of North Carolina had just announced plans to build a four-year college somewhere in eastern North Carolina. Many local leaders were hopeful that Fayetteville could attract that ...