Croatia, Russia to Open Davis Cup Finals in Madrid in November

The ITF and Kosmos Tennis have announced the schedule for the Davis Cup Finals, taking place in Madrid from 18 to 24 November. The group stage ties will take place Monday to Thursday. One quarter-final will be played on Thursday evening while the other three will be played on Friday, followed by the semi-finals on…

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PTR Adds Education Administrative Coordinator to Staff

Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) is pleased to welcome Milena Stephens as its new Education Administrative Coordinator. In this position, Stephens will ensure every member has the resources to be fully prepared for a certification workshop or event. She will serve as the liaison between hosts and participants to guarantee each has the best possible and…

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USTA Texas to Move Headquarters to New Facility with 46+ Courts

The USTA Texas Section intends to bring its headquarters and facilities to the Indigo Ridge Mixed Use Development in the City of Cedar Park, north of Austin, Texas. The planned Tennis Campus will include approximately 40 outdoor tennis courts, 6 to 8 indoor tennis courts, a stadium court, and related amenities for training, development, and…

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Vulcan Introduces New Max Tacky Overgrip

Vulcan Sporting Goods Co. is introducing the new Max Tacky tennis racket overgrips. Company product engineers have innovated a new advanced polymer material and a unique manufacturing process that delivers extremely high tack plus a soft-cushion feel. With the overgrips now launching for Spring 2019 – they are calling it “the tackiest overgrip in tennis!”

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World TeamTennis Draft Boasts Big 2019 Lineup for 44th Season

The New York Empire selected WTA veteran Kirsten Flipkens with the first overall pick during the annual World TeamTennis draft on Tuesday, and top Americans Venus Williams, John Isner, Sam Querrey, Mike and Bob Bryan and former world No. 1 player Victoria Azarenka will also return to WTT this summer.

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USTA National Campus to Host American-Only Women’s Wild Card Tourney

As part of its ongoing efforts to provide American players footholds into the pathway toward professional tennis, the USTA will host the second of four American-only ‘National Closed’ women’s wild-card tournaments April 23-27 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla., with the singles champion earning a main-draw wild-card entry into a future ITF World…

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