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Train the (CSR) Trainer. So What’s the Big Deal About Tennis?. 90 million enthusiasts (90 million people in the U.S. either play, watch or attend tennis events each year) 24/7 – 365! (Year-round action. There are no breaks in tennis) 7 to 70

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So What’s the Big DealAbout Tennis?

90 million enthusiasts

(90 million people in the U.S. either play, watch or attend tennis events each year)

24/7 – 365!

(Year-round action. There are no breaks in tennis)

7 to 70

(A Cradle to the Grave sport. The USTA has leagues in CA for seniors 70 & above)

57:43

(The only sport with an almost even split of male/female viewership and participation)

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What is Tennis Channel?

Tennis Channel is the only television-based multimedia destination dedicated to both the professional sport and tennis lifestyle. A hybrid of comprehensive sports, health, fitness, pop culture, entertainment, lifestyle and travel programming, the network is home to every aspect of the worldwide tennis community. With the most concentrated single-sport coverage in television, Tennis Channel has rights to all four Grand Slams as well as most top-tier tour competitions and more.

All the Big Names

Today’s tennis players are celebrities. They’re beautiful, they’re humanitarians, they’re controversial; and you will see them almost daily on Tennis Channel (on & off the court)

All the Top Tournaments - 3,000+ Hours - 52 Weeks a year!

Tennis Channel features more than 100 of the world’s

top tournaments, including most of the men’s and women’s tour events. Among these are the prestigious Tennis Master Series 1000 and Emirates US Open Series; season-ending championships; Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup; and World TeamTennis.

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HOME OF THE SLAMS

  • ~January 16-January 29, 2012
  • ~179 hours over 2 weeks
  • ~Australian Open Today
  • ~May 27 -June 10, 2012
  • ~85+ Live Hours
  • ~French Open Tonight
  • ~June 25-July 8, 2012
  • ~Wimbledon Primetime – 4 Hour Olympic Style Program
  • ~August 27-September 9, 2012
  • ~70+ Hours of Live Coverage with prime-time match play
  • ~US Open Tonight – nightly news and highlights program

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Top Team Competitions

  • The world’s top male players from more than 140 nations compete out of loyalty and love of country.
  • The premier global competition in women’s tennis. Three weeks of intense on-court action as women representing 16 nations battle it out for the title.
  • The only international male and female mixed team competition takes place for 1 week in Perth, Australia.

Founded by Billie Jean King – World Team Tennis was created to offer tennis fans a moreinteractive & intimate setting to enjoy the biggest names in the world playing in a co-ed team format. 10 cities; 11 teams

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Original Programming

(showcasing the health, fitness & lifestyle that surrounds the game)

  • Tennis Channel Academy: hosted by tennis legend Tracy Austin, is a 6-part series featuring the greatest coaches in the world giving cutting edge tennis instruction. Featured coaches include Nick Bollettieri, John and Chris Evert, fitness guru Pat Etcheberry, Robert Lansdorp, and Carlos Rodriguez with Justine Henin. These coaches will give the latest instruction on technique, strategy, fitness and the mental game.
  • Best of 5: a lighthearted walk down memory lane for the avid tennis fan and the casual observer. Each episode counts down 5 classic moments from all angles of the tennis universe. Some upcoming episodes include One Slam Wonders,Greatest Chokes and Greatest Upsets.
  • Only at the Open: an exclusive Tennis Channel series showcasing the US Open performances of the game’s legends. We’ll break down some of the most memorable matches from Jimmy Connors, Arthur Ashe, John McEnroe, Monica Seles, Tracy Austin and Steffi Graf. Relive the matches and see the game through the eyes of the players as they recount their experiences to our host Bill Macatee.

Signature Series: profiles tennis legends and the monumental moments that came from their celebrated careers. Episodes include features on icons such as Rene Lacoste, Martina Navratilova and Pete Sampras.

Destination Tennis: jets viewers around the world, exploring the tennis scene in various cities that host some of the top ATP and WTA tournaments. Join host MayleenRaymee as she gets up-close and personal with the local tennis culture. Discover how to plan your dream tennis vacation. Whether traveling with family, friends, or on your own, Destination Tennis will show you how to get the best out of our next tennis vacation – on and off the court.

FIT to HIT: Host Danielle Dotzenrod, a relative newcomer turned tennis junkie, spends time on court with renowned trainers and some of

the greatest tennis minds around to show viewers how to improve both their games and their health.

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Tennischannel.com

  • Ideal for the tennis enthusiast and complimentary
  • to our programming.
  • * On-Air Programming Schedule
  • * Real-time Scoring
  • * Viewer Blogs
  • * Sweepstakes
  • * Player Profiles
  • * FAQ
  • For questions or comments, please visit our affiliate website www.tennischannel.com/affiliates
  • Also, follow us on Twitter at
  • www.twitter.com/tennischannel
  • You can also become a fan on Facebook.
  • www.facebook.com/tennischannel