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Tennis - 14 Nov 2005
It has been a successful year for equipment rental and project solutions company, Gearhouse Broadcast culminating in the win of another contract for the ATP Masters Series and Tennis Masters Cup.
Tennis - 04 Jan 2005
Gearhouse Broadcast will be providing all of the host facilities for Australia’s Seven Network for their coverage of the Australian Tennis Open 2005 as well as the networks unilateral requirements. The tournament will be held at Melbourne Park in Melbourne and will be the 100th Australian Tennis Open held since the event was first started in 1905.
Tennis - 02 Jun 2004
Henman Hill, once the exclusive viewing ground of those lucky enough to have tickets to the Wimbledon Championships, is coming to Central London.
Tennis - 06 Jan 2004
London, Tuesday 6 January 2004 - The All England Club today underlined Wimbledon’s reputation as the world’s premier tennis event with the unveiling of innovative plans for the Centre Court of the future, including provision for a larger 15,000 capacity, more comfortable seats and a retractable roof over the court.
Tennis - 28 Aug 2003
The International Tennis Federation today announced that the Russian Tennis Federation has been awarded the right to host the Semifinals and Final of the 2003 Fed Cup World Group competition.
Tennis - 03 Jun 2003
The Lawn Tennis Association is delighted to announce a unique sporting partnership with the Eastbourne Eagles speedway team during the Hastings Direct International Championships at Devonshire Park later this month (June 16-21).
Tennis - 28 May 2003
Tennis Australia has nominated the Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park, venue of the Australian Open, for the Australia v Switzerland semifinal, to be played September 19-21.
Tennis - 28 May 2003
The Spain v France quarterfinal will be held at the Escuela de Tenis Municipal Parque del Oeste, Oviedo, Spain. An outdoor clay court will be used.
Tennis - 02 May 2003
The U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships at Houston has reported record attendance figures of 50,737 during the week of April 21-27. Meanwhile, major preparations also have begun for the Tennis Masters Cup, which will be held at the Westside Tennis Club from November 8-16.
Tennis - 17 Mar 2003
MIAMI – (MARCH, 2003) Microsoft, the world’s largest software company, has signed on as the Official Technology Partner of the 2003 NASDAQ-100 Open, Tournament Chairman Butch Buchholz announced this week. Microsoft, a NASDAQ-listed company, will have its familiar logos displayed side-by-side with NASDAQ on the back wall, bringing a synergy which is unprecedented in sports title sponsorships.
Tennis - 03 Sep 2002
The International Tennis Federation today announced that it had accepted a bid from the Real Federación Española de Tenis (RFET) to host the Semifinals and Final of the 2002 Fed Cup World Group competition.
Tennis - 30 Apr 2002
The United States Tennis Association and AEG today announced a partnership to jointly develop new initiatives to elevate the excitement, visibility and financial viability of professional tennis in the United States.
Tennis - 24 Apr 2002
The Shanghai Municipal Government hosted the 'Tennis Masters Cup Launch Press Conference' today to officially introduce sponsors for the final showdown of the men’s professional tennis circuit, which is being staged this year in Shanghai. The Tennis Masters Cup is co-owned by the ATP, Grand Slams and the ITF and brings together the eight best players of the year to compete for US$3.7 million prize money and the chance to be crowned World No.1.
Tennis - 04 Mar 2002
At the Annual General Meeting of the French Tennis Federation (FFT) held last weekend, the members voted unanimously to accept the project to renovate Tribune C of Court Central Philippe Chatrier at Roland Garros.
Tennis - 26 Feb 2002
This year’s Davis Cup by BNP Paribas first round ties attracted a record number of spectators, with 159,400 people watching at the eight venues over the three days of competition. This was the highest figure since the World Group was established in 1981, improving on the previous crowd record of 100,300, set in 1991. Compared to last year there were 59,100 more spectators.
Tennis - 13 Nov 2001
Arlen Kantarian, Chief Executive, Professional Tennis at the USTA, today announced a reorganization for the professional tennis unit of the USTA designed to create one of the most effective and efficient organizations in professional sports and entertainment.
Tennis - 15 May 2001
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) and New York City Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi today revealed the findings of a recent study of the Economic Impact of the 2000 US Open on the New York Metropolitan region. The study, conducted by Sport Management Research Institute (SMRI), found that the 2000 US Open generated just under $420 million in direct revenue for the tri-state area, more than any other annual sports or entertainment event in any city in the United States.
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