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Friday, August 30, 2013

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Isner Opposes Monfils And The Audience

Gone, it seems, are the days when the Flushing Meadows crowd was behind an American player at the US Open…unless of course he was playing somebody from the same country.

John Isner was playing a Frenchman in the form of the hugely unconventional Gael Monfils, and was forced to battle not just against him opponent but a Louis Armstrong Stadium crowd chanting his opponent’s name.

 

Evans Defeats Tomic And The Snub 

Many who have questioned the various problems faced by Bernard Tomic in his tennis career maintain his father John has a lot to answer for. 

Such theories are of course debatable but there can be no doubt the actions of Tomic Snr.  was integral to his son’s US Open exit at the hands of Britain’s emergent qualifier Daniel Evans.

 

Errani Says The Pressure Has Become Too Much

Sara Errani has shown herself to be one of the most physically tough players in the WTA over the past two years, pushing herself as hard as she could to gain the top 5 in singles and at the same time, becoming the top ranked doubles player with her partner Roberta Vinci.

But it has all become too much for the small but muscular Italian, whom after she took a quick loss to Flavia Pennetta in the second round of the US Open, said that she just become overwhelmed by the pressure. So much so, that she doesn't feel like playing on some days.

 

Del Potro Wants To Repeat 2009

Juan Del Potro is working to lift his game back the level he achieved in his magical autumn of 2009 when he won the US Open title at the expense of five-time champion Roger Federer.

 

 

 

Connors Upset That Players Are Too Friendly With One Another

Former tennis bad boy Jimmy Connors has let loose with another blast at the current game, re-iterating his longtime point that today's elite players are much too friendly and civilized with each other.

 

 

 

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Daily Tennis News—Business

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If you are interested in the business side of tennis, you will find it interesting.  For a free copy of Daily Tennis News—Business, just send an email to bob@tennisnews.com and say you want a sample of Tennis Business.

 

Tennis Jobs of the Week

Rochester Athletic Club Teaching Pro
MIDTOWN ATHLETIC CLUB, a division of Tennis Corporation of America, seeks an experienced tennis professional for our prestigious club in Rochester, New York.

Our most successful tennis professionals have three or more years of teaching experience. They have flexible availability * possess outstanding written and verbal skills * highly organized, creative and energetic * possess NTRP rating 4.5 or higher with collegiate playing experience * maintain at least one nationally recognized tennis certification * enjoy talking about and promoting the game of tennis * able to actively promote programs and lessons * provide remarkable customer service.

Resumes to, Laramie Gavin at laramie.gavin@midtown.com. Qualified candidate should expect $35,000 - $45,000 annually plus an extensive benefits package along with vacation and 401K. MTAC is an EOE. Position available immediately.

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USTA Georgia Executive Director/Chief Operating Officer
The Executive Director serves as the chief operating officer (COO) of USTA Georgia (USTA GA).  Overall, the Executive Director is responsible for achieving the mission of USTA GA:  to guide USTA GA to new levels of operating success, visibility, and prominence in the promotion and development of the growth of tennis in Georgia through implementation of the USTA GA Strategic Plan.
 
The Executive Director manages the day-to-day operations and financials of USTA GA to focus them on the promoting and growing the game of tennis in GA.  The Executive Director exercises leadership and acts as a liaison between staff and BoD and committees within USTA GA, and between USTA Southern and National staff and the USTA GA leadership.  USTA GA is one of nine state tennis associations (USTA “Districts”) within the USTA Southern Section.  The USTA GA Executive Director is expected to develop professional relationships with the Executive Directors of the other USTA Southern districts and to work closely with USTA and USTA Southern staff with the objective of growing the game of tennis in Georgia.  The ultimate objective of the Executive Director is to promote the USTA and USTA GA with the long-term goals of increasing participation and USTA memberships, while enhancing a strong, positive image and awareness of USTA GA programs and building a sustainable partnership between the association and the constituency it serves.  Accepting applications at edresume@ustageorgia.com through 8/31.

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Tennis Center Pro—Marietta, Georgia
Tennis Dynamics manages the Laurel Park Tennis Center and we are looking for a self-motivated, enthusiastic and professional individual to round out our current staff. The Laurel Park Tennis Center is located in Marietta, GA. The facility consists of 13 tennis courts. Our programs include junior and adult ALTA/USTA teams as well as Junior and Adult clinics during the week and weekends.  The ideal candidate will have collegiate playing experience and/or an NTRP rating of 4.5 or higher. The position will begin as part-time but could easily lead to a full-time position for the right individual. This individual will assist in implementing current programs and help create new programs. Professional certification preferred as well as strong playing skills. Candidates will also possess strong communication skills, positive attitude, excellent teamwork, desire to provide outstanding customer service, and a charismatic enthusiasm about the sport of tennis. Candidates must be willing to work a flexible schedule to include weekend and potentially holiday hours. This position will receive an hourly rate for all clinics, lessons, and team practices taught. Racquet stringing and pro shop hours may also be part of this individual’s responsibility. Compensation is based on experience. If you are interested in the position please send an email that includes resume, cover letter, and at least three professional references to jp@tennisdynamics.net

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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, Oklahoma
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.

 

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Tennis Job of the Day

Moorings Yacht And Country Club, Vero Beach, Florida seeks a director of tennis. 772 231 5990.

 

Bob Larson’s Tennis publishes Daily Tennis Jobs newsletter, a daily list of available tennis jobs throughout the US market. Only $10 a month.  For a free sample of the current list, just email bob@tennisnews.com and say you want a free sample of Jobs.

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A Collection of Tennis Images For Sale

A professional tennis photographer has been shooting for almost 40 years at all the major and minor tennis tournaments for the wires systems, daily newspapers, magazines and advertising agencies. He has been to venues all over the world and has compiled tennis images (archives) of all the professionals and some juniors.  The images have all been preserved in a temperature-controlled environment and are color positives (slides), color and black & white negatives and contact sheets, as well as digital. There are in excess of 400,000 images and they are for sale. Seller will transfer copyright and will give total usage to the purchaser. Lists available with players, tournaments, dates, etc. For more information please contact  954-448-4999.

 


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