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Daily Tennis News Briefs 13Jan14

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Monday, January 13, 2014


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Kvitova Is A Surprise First Round Loser At
Australian Open" width="69" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">Petra
Kvitova is a proven Grand Slam player, a former Wimbledon champion no
less. But the Australian Open’s sixth seed looked anything but that
quality as she suffered a humiliating first round exit to Thailand’s
world no.88 Luksika Kumkhum.




Rafter Agrees To Play Australian Open Doubles
With Hewitt" width="70" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">Australian
Davis Cup captain Patrick Rafter will find himself back on court at the
Australian Open when he teams in doubles with former protégé Lleyton




Britain’s Two Young Ladies Lose In First Round
In Melbourne" width="72" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">Exactly
a year ago the British were getting very excited about how rejuvenated
their female tennis scene was under youngsters Laura Robson and Heather
Watson. After just a few hours of this year’s Australian Open, there
might be some reassessment after both players met with an early demise.




Nadal Complains About The Speed Of The Courts In
Melbourne" width="78" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">Rafael
Nadal is absolutely not a fan of the faster courts laid down for this
edition of the Australian Open, with the Spaniard complaining that they
will cut the spectacle from matches. What he means is more along the
lines of what the speed might do his own heavy game which relies on
brute power an slower court to bludgeon his opponents.




Talbert, A Class Guy Of The First Order, Passes
Away,_Henry.jpg" width="66" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">The
tennis world lost a unique and very extraordinary individual when Henry
Talbert passed away at his Pacific Palisades, California home on the
morning of January 12th.

Having dealt with a
myriad of health issues for a lengthy period of time, Talbert died
peacefully, surrounded by his family – his wife, Fran and his sons, Eli
and Ethan.



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Tennis Job of
the Day

The Arlington Virginia YMCA seeks an associate executive director of
tennis. 703 525 5420.

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Tennis Job of the Week -
Tennis Professional

Seeking a dynamic, high energy and creative
professional who will assist in the development of this illustrious
Country Club’s Junior Program as well as help conduct adult team
practices, clinics and private lessons.

Looking for a well-rounded, adaptable professional
with a recent high level collegiate and tournament playing background
and a minimum of 3 years of full time teaching experience.  The
individual will be part of a professional team willing to help expand
the Junior Program of 100 players (10 & under to competitive players) as
well as 130 women team tennis players and 60 men players.

The professional will be part of one of the most
prestigious Country Club’s in North Carolina with 1500 members, 2 golf
courses, 14 tennis courts (11 outdoor & 3 indoor), 2 swimming pools and
fitness facility.  This is a great opportunity to build a career as a
future tennis director.

Compensation Includes: above average base salary
and commission on lessons and clinics.  $60,000-$70,000 yearly. Benefits
include:  major medical, dental, meal allowance and vacation. Send
resume with references to:  Greensboro Country Club, Attn:  Tom
Cascarano-Tennis Director, 410 Sunset Drive, Greensboro, NC  27408. Or
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A Collection of Tennis Images For Sale

professional tennis photographer has been shooting for almost 40 years
at all the major and minor tennis tournaments for the wires systems,
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all the professionals and some juniors.  The images have all been
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they are for sale. Seller will transfer copyright and will give total
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