Friday, March 22, 2013
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Condemns Enforcement of Time Violations
Nadal, the uncle and coach of Rafael, has never been shy about offering
his opinions, just like his nephew these days.
Rafael, Toni Nadal does not agree with the ATP’s enforcement of the 25
second time violation rule, which was approved by the ATP Players
Council. “It seems to me to be fatal,” Toni said.
ATP Negotiators for US Open Agreements
Djokovic has given strong praise to ATP negotiators after the
organization struck a deal which will revolutionize the chaotic US Open
schedule as well as offer a prize packet of $50 million by 2017.
Murray Is A Miami
Heat Basketball Fan
Murray is taking advantage of being given the latest possible start in
Miami’s Sony Open. The US Open champion, seeded second behind world no.1
Novak Djokovic, will not play his initial match until tomorrow
(Saturday). So tonight the Scot will indulge his new-found passion for
basketball and use his season ticket at the American Airlines Arena to
watch the Miami Heat, as they face the Detroit Pistons and look for a
25th consecutive victory in the NBA.
Multicultural Excellence Program Grants
USTA announced that it has awarded $75,000 in Multicultural Excellence
Tennis Grants to 10 community tennis organizations across the country.
These organizations will each receive a $7,500 grant towards their
competitive junior development programs that train youngsters who are
aspiring to achieve national and/or international rankings.
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
TENNIS SHOP CONCESSIONAIRE
The City of Coronado,
California, is requesting proposals from qualified individuals or
companies to provide retail tennis merchandise concessionaire services
at the reconstructed Tennis Center.
Proposals may be
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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
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