Hi tennis fans of www.10sballs.com! I want to wish everybody a Happy New Year From Amsterdam where we are holding the biggest Junior tournament of the world (The Netherlands Part of it) here a picture postcard with Adham Gaber and his coach Alaa-Mahmoud Saeed from Egypt attending the OUATT tournament together with www.tennisacademyamsterdam.com Coach’s Arjan Podman and Sven Groeneveld
Did you know a lot of tennis employers search our online candidate database to find and hire new tennis coaches? And did you know potential employers prefer to review resumes with a small photo of the candidate? To get more search results for your resume we want to advise you to upload your photo.
Dear Tennis Colleague,
Did you know a lot of tennis employers search our online candidate database to find and hire new tennis coaches? And did you know potential employers prefer to review resumes with a small photo of the candidate?
Follow Robert Lindstedt on Instagram and on his blog. It's always very interesting to read how a tennis player highlights any given day! Robert has one of the best Instagram accounts with some amazing pictures!
"The Days of Roger Federer" - a book that documents matches, life events and facts on tennis legend Roger Federer with unique day-by-day summaries - is now available for sale in hard and electronic formats.
Only one champion remains in the women’s draw as two Czech lefties Lucie Safarova and Petra Kvitova will face each other in the semi-final. Kvitova owns the head to head 5-0 but they have had some humdinger of matches.
Most of the buzz in the tennis world on this last Wednesday of Wimbledon is about the men who have bowed out in the last few days. Great Britain’s hopes for a repeat of last year have been dashed. The man who was a winner then was the first British champ in 77 years.
Eugenie Bouchard (Westmount, QC) and Milos Raonic (Thornhill, ON) continued their run at Wimbledon on Wednesday allowing for two Canadians to reach the semifinals at a Grand Slam for the first time in history. / Eugenie Bouchard (Westmount, QC) et Milos Raonic (Thornhill, ON) ont poursuivi leur parcours aujourd’hui à Wimbledon.