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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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arents Support Radwanska After Loss And Public Reaction To 'Nude' Photos

Sometimes when a player returns home after blowing a huge chance to win her first major, her family isn’t exactly jumping up and down to great the competitor at the door when she returns home.

Fortunately that was not the case for Agnieszka Radwanska when she arrived back in Poland after failing to take advantage of a weakened draw at Wimbledon. Radwanska, who had reached the 2012 final, was the highest seeded play left in the semis and faced the relatively inexperienced Sabine Lisicki, but could not pull through in a 9-7 third-set defeat

 

Raonic Looking To Bounce Back On The Tour

Milos Raonic is looking to the upcoming North American hardcourt summer to re-establish him as a solid contender after a Wimbledon disappointment which he has followed up with sessions of hard work under new coach Ivan Ljubicic.

 

 

 

Wawrinka Takes Unusual Step To Prepare For Gstaad

Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka made a pre-tournament leap of faith as the second seed skydived and produced a quick adrenaline rush before his start of play at the home Suisse Open in Gstaad.

Wawrinka, who had a disappointing Wimbledon and took time off following his first-round loss to Lleyton Hewitt, believes he is ready and refreshed for the week on high-altitude clay.

 

No Stanford Wildcard For Finalist Vandeweghe, So She Qualifies

CoCo Vandeweghe was upset that she didn't receive a wild card into Stanford  even though she’s American and reached the Stanford final last year. Vandeweghe, who has fallen to No. 245 in the rankings, says that playing World TeamTennis for the Orange County Breakers has helped her pick up her level again. She qualified for Stanford.

 

 

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Tennis Jobs of the Week

Product Manager; Strings- Wilson Sporting Good Co.; Chicago, IL
Wilson Sporting Goods Co. in Chicago, IL is currently hiring a Product Manager for Strings. Will lead product development of strings, grips and stringing machines.  Will provide analysis, communication, line planning, and exceptional direction for all markets as “the expert” in strings and grips.  Ideal candidate will be an active tennis player with knowledge and experience with strings, grips, and stringing machines. This candidate should have at least 3 years of retail experience. If you are interested in applying, please send resume to rsjobs@wilson.com with subject line “ Product Manager, Strings”.

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Associate Tennis Professional
Edmond Racquet Club, Edmond Oklahoma is a family oriented tennis club with a competitive Junior Tennis Academy. 
Applicants for this full time position should be enthusiastic, quality individuals with college experience or minimum 4.5 rating.  Responsibilities mainly include teaching private and group lessons both children and adults at many levels, stringing rackets, and some facility upkeep.
Medical and retirement benefits.
Contractual agreement required.
A university is located 5 miles away and scheduling is adaptable if you are additionally interested in educational opportunities.
Send resume to Dwight Nuckolls at edmondracquetclub@coxinet.net.

To view the complete job description and qualifications visit the USTA/Midwest Section at www.midwest.usta.com. Please send resume and cover letter to midwesthr@midwest.usta.com. The submission deadline for resumes is July 19, 2013.

 

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Tennis Job of the Day

The Greenwich Racquet Club, Greenwich, Connecticut is seeking a pro. 203 661 0606.

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Atlanta
Gstaad
Umag

WOMEN
Baku
Stanford

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MEN
Kitzbuhel
Washington DC

WOMEN
Carlsbad
Washington DC
 

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