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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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Robson Working On Getting A Wimbledon Seed

Laura Robson’s main ambition for the next few weeks is to score sufficient victories to secure a place amongst Wimbledon’s list of 32 seeded singles players. However the British teenager could today join an accomplished club of former world no1’s who have scored back–to-back victories against the Williams sisters.

 

 

Halle Hopes To Have A Federer-Nadal  Match 

The men’s world rankings now might suggest otherwise but the prospect of a tussle between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal still is one of the most exciting billings in sport. And this year’s Gerry Weber Open in Halle is hopeful of staging a grass court collision between the two superstars that will stick in the memory.

 

 

Djokovic Is In Rome Ready To Test His Injured Ankle

Novak Djokovic will put his injured ankle to another pre-French Open test as the top seed begins with a second-round start in Rome. Djokovic has been on the red clay of the Foro Italico for several days after traveling to Italy the day after his mid-week first-round loss in Madrid.

 

 

Tomic’s Madrid Trial Is Postponed To October

John Tomic is reportedly free to leave Spain after his Madrid trial for assaulting his son Bernard's hitting partner was postponed - but the tennis bad dad is still expected back to face the bench in October. That was the ruling of a Spanish judge, who re-scheduled the legal proceedings after alleged victim Thomas Drouet of France, proved unable to travel for this week's original day in court.

 

 

Townsend Returns To Junior Competition At The French Open

Taylor Townsend, 17, the No. 1-ranked junior in the world at the end of 2012, will play in her first junior event of 2013 at the Roland Garros French Open Junior Championships June 2-8 in Paris.

 

 

2013 Easter Bowl Highlights To Appear On Tennis Channel

A highlights show of the 2013 ASICS Easter Bowl will premiere on Tennis Channel Sunday, May 19, at 9:30 AM Pacific DST following the finals of the Italian Championships in Rome.  If the finals of Rome lasts past 9:30 AM, the show will be aired immediately following the finals.

 

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Tennis Club For Sale

“This is your chance to own a premier tennis, fitness and swim club located in Augusta, Georgia.  The club is situated on six acres (fee simple ownership), heavily wooded and beautifully landscaped with palm trees, mature pines and oaks and other landscape plants, and is located on a tributary known throughout the world, the famous Raes Creek which runs through the club and then Augusta National Golf Club, just four miles downstream.  The club features 13 championship courts all of which are fully lighted for night play.  The courts include two Red Clay courts, five “Har-Tru” clay courts and six US Open style hard courts (with stands and bleachers set up for professional tournament viewing).  The club also has a junior Olympic-size swimming pool, and a separate large family pool viewable from the clubhouse which is shaped like a tennis racquet.  The huge 8,000 square foot clubhouse (completed in 2005) includes a potential fully-equipped restaurant and/or sports bar facility, locker rooms with nice wood lockers, office space, a spacious pro shop, and complete nautilus and cardio theatre fitness center.  Serious potential purchasers please request details by email at Richard@raestennis.com or call Richard at 706-231-1353.”

 

Tennis Job Of The Week

The Tennis Center at College Park (TCCP) is interviewing for a full time staff teaching professional.   Primary compensation is based on generating private lessons during non-prime time hours.  Benefits include health insurance.

The TCCP is a premiere tennis club located just outside downtown Washington, DC.  The Tennis Center at College Park is a USTA Regional Training Center, home of the Junior Tennis Champions Center training program, as well as, the University of Maryland tennis teams. The TCCP is an award-winning facility and is recognized as one of the most comprehensive tennis venues in the United States.

Candidates should email resumes to apant@thetccp.com.

 

Tennis Jobs of the Day

Connecticut tennis specialty shop is for sale. Serious inquiries call 860-841-4510.

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, is seeking a head women’s coach. 414 229 1122.

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Rome

WOMEN
Rome

 

NEXT WEEK

MEN
Dusseldorf
Nice

WOMEN
Brussels
Strasbourg

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