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Junior Tennis Player - Matt Fahys

CARY, NC (February 8, 2010) -- MyTennisNetwork (www.MyTennisNetwork.com) today announces its move into the New England region in a next step towards providing organizational resources to junior tennis players across the United States. In addition, in conjunction with the expansion, the site has chosen Tennisidentity as its apparel and gear content provider partner.

About MyTennisNetwork

MyTennisNetwork is a subscription-based website dedicated to the organization and development of all aspects of junior tennis in America including tournaments, player development and funding. Now in addition to the United States Tennis Association's (U.S.T.A.) Tennislink, the thousands of U.S.T.A. registered junior players age 10-18 have MyTennisNetwork to help organize their U.S.T.A. tournament schedules.

“MyTennisNetwork streamlines the organizational side of the game by offering advanced U.S.T.A. tournament search, email and mobile phone reminders about sign up closings and weather delays, up to date consolidated ranking lists, and a personal tournament planning calendar,” says Louise Fahys, founder of MyTennisNetwork and mother of three young competitors. “Junior players now have access to U.S.T.A. tournament details, auto fill medical release forms, maps, directions, shopping, restaurant, camp/academy directories, and special travel deals all in one place. The site has been very well received by tennis families who have been overwhelmed by tournament planning, especially those with multiple tennis playing children.”

Site users can also access player profiles and links to photography and videos that have been taken at tournaments.

The Roll-Out

MyTennisNetwork.com launched in early 2009 in the entire Southern Section of the United States and moves today into New England covering Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Southern states that the network currently covers include Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

The roll-out continues across the country throughout 2010.

Tennis Identity

New Alliance with Tennisidentity

MyTennisNetwork has also allied with two-year-old Tennisidentity (www.Tennisidentity.com), a website/blog designed for tennis enthusiasts that presents easy-to-digest information on the best new tennis styles, equipment, gear and services in an unbiased manner.

“The alliance with MyTennisNetwork allows the busy junior player the chance to check out what’s abuzz on tennis courts around the world,” says Karin Burgess, editor of Tennisidentity. “Tournament juniors are juggling school, privates, practice, travel, tournaments and social time. Although hungry tennis consumers they have little time to source gear outside of their immediate tennis circle. If their pro has a contract with a racquet manufacturer, for example, they might not be encouraged to try other brands. The easy access of the Tennisidentity feed through the MyTennisNetwork site will enable these aspiring players to see the range of products and styles available from all brands and manufacturers while they plan their tournament schedules.”

A subscription is $50 a year or $4.99 a month. Gift subscriptions are available. A free account allows access to portions of the site.

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 April 2010 20:47
 
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