Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Head Of Tennis Australia
Suggests Unique Change To Davis Cup And Fed Cup
Change for the Davis and Fed Cup
formats now has support from the top at Tennis
Australia. Tennis Australia president Steve Healy would
like the competitions to resemble a "fifth Grand Slam,"
with eight teams playing over two weeks and a world-cup
system of qualification.
Djokovic Is Much Better And Expects To Play Madrid
initial pessimism that centered on Novak Djokovic’s
apparently seriously injured right wrist was dispelled
by good news from his doctors and it now transpires the
world no.2 is likely to be fit to contest the
forthcoming big clay court events, starting with the
Mutua Madrid Open, starting May 5.
Sharapova Has Her Eyes On Rio Olympics 2016
After starting her spring clay
season after a marathon three-hour win to advance at
Stuttgart, Maria Sharapova is not forgetting her career
big picture after celebrating her 27th birthday.
The four-time grand slam winner is dreaming of a medal
in Rio at the 2016 Olympics.
Industry Website Is Redesigned
As more Americans of all ages
look to get in shape, lose weight and maintain their
fitness, they increasingly turn to technology to help
them find, track and organize their activities.
One of the most complete
websites dedicated to healthy activity is PlayTennis.com,
which helps tennis players and non-players alike get
into the game and find programs, lessons, partners,
equipment, and much more. And importantly, the most
recent independent sports participation research shows
that more people are getting out on the tennis courts.
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Tennis Job of the Day
Grand Geneva Resort, Lake
Geneva, Wisconsin, seeks a seasonal instructor. 800 558
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Tennis Job of the Week
One of the most prestigious
clubs in North Carolina with 1,500 members, 2 facilities
totaling 14 courts, 11 outdoor clay courts and 3 indoor
hard courts, is seeking a dynamic high energy creative
Teaching Professional. Recent
tournament playing experience is needed in addition
to a minimum 2 years of full time club experience
teaching juniors of all levels and women’s competitive
Looking for an innovative and
motivated professional who is willing to help develop,
organize and teach women’s competitive teams, junior
programs (of all levels from 10-under to tournament
juniors) in addition to teaching private lessons. The
program consists of 130 women team tennis players, 60
men players and over 100 junior players. There is
a teaching staff totaling 3 full time professionals that
all work together and report to the Tennis Director.
All 3 pros also help organize and run social and special
This is a chance to receive the
education and experience needed to become a future
Tennis Director. Excellent opportunity for a
professional to be under a Director who has placed
numerous individuals in Directors positions across the
Compensation includes: above
average base salary and commission on lessons and
clinics. $60,000-$70,000 potential earnings.
Benefits include: major medical, dental, 401(k)
matching, meal allowance and vacation. Send resume with
references to: Greensboro Country Club, Attn:
Tom Cascarano-Tennis Director, 410 Sunset Drive,
Greensboro, NC 27408. Or fax resume to:
336-691-5819. Or email to:
Club For Lease
Are you a Tennis Pro looking to
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at a Tennis Club in Southern Vermont. We are looking for
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lease for 1,000 a month with the option to buy. The
individual would be responsible to pay all Operating
Expenses including Property Taxes. The Club has 2 Indoor
Hard and 2 Outdoor Clay Courts and a Fitness Facility.
Ideal situation for a Tennis Pro.
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