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Ricci Bitti Was
Prime Mover In Anti-Doping Meeting" width="72" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">International
Tennis Federation president Francisco Ricci Bitti was a prime mover in
last week’s New York summit by the sport’s ruling bodies to upgrade the
anti-doping measures.  However he vehemently hit back at suggestions
that tennis was riddled with a drug culture in the same way as cycling
or track and field athletics.



Nadal Attacks Time
Violation Enforcement; Meeting Ahead" width="85" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">The
ATP Players Council will meet in Miami next week and will discuss the
enforcement of the 25-second time violations rule. A number of players
have objected to it, saying that umpires need to be more flexible, even
though the Player Council did unanimously pass the rule at the 2012 US
Open with the support of the majority of players. Apparently there are
some players who are now complaining that various umpires don’t call the
rule consistently enough.



Kuznetsova Returns
To The Tour After Injury" width="74" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">With
her knee injury comeback gaining pace with a winning start at the Indian
Wells Masters, two-time Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova is once
again proud of her tennis. But the Russian has revealed that while this
is a good week on a WTA tour which snakes its way around the world for
10 months per season, there are other weeks that might not be quite so



Nadal Can Play On
Hardcourts" width="70" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">Rafael
Nadal answered the most asked question that has been circulating around
the tennis world in recent months; yes, the former world no.1 can still
compete and win on the hard courts that so endanger the health of his
troublesome knees. Now all that remains is for him to do it on a
repetitive basis.



Murray Wins In
Indian Wells" width="80" height="100" align="left">Andy
Murray finally exorcised his Indian Wells demons by registering his
first victory at the BNP Paribas Open since 2010. However the US Open
champion had to navigate his way through a tricky and testing afternoon
before showing his undoubted class to overcome young Russian Evgeny



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Tennis Job of The

USPTA Is Seeking a
Director of Marketing

The USPTA is seeking
a Director of Marketing who will play an important role in expanding the
organization’s brand identity.  They will seek opportunities for
endorsements and ad sales.

communication and strong relationships with key industry contacts;
managing contracts, ads and general sales; track sales and suggest
promotional ideas; and work on special projects.

The Director will
also have an integral role in planning and coordinating the
association’s annual convention, be responsible for organizing and
promoting the trade show and securing endorsements and exhibitors.

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Tennis Job of the

Tampa Palms Golf &
CC, Tampa, Florida, is seeking a pro. 813 972 1991.

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