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TBD TALKS – DAVE MILEY

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You have to commit to have a lifetime in tennis. You have to appreciate the values of tennis, believe in your person and professionalism to support and provide concepts, management and always, a very constructive attitude for better tennis. ON Tennis_ONE App, in our next episode this Wednesday June 23th we will have an innovator […]

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Celebrating The TENNIS INNOVATORS – RENE LACOSTE

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Rene Lacoste was a great tennis player of the ´20s, however, he was also a great innovator and tennis leader, curious, intelligent, in addition to his famous clothes with the crocodile (Another day we will tell this story), he developed in 1926 one of the first ball throw machines, to be able to train himself. […]

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TBD TENNIS INNOVATION WEEK 2021

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“Innovation is often misunderstood as merely related to technology and the different devices, apps, software and other options that we can find. This couldn’t be more wrong. Innovation means developing original concepts in different ways through technology, business, human beings, operations, education, management and so much more, and is a driver of reimagining and reinventing […]

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TBD TENNIS INNOVATION WEEK 2021

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We are creating a culture, an identity and a style that include innovation, development and transformation like a main priorities in every tennis project and organization!!Key concept TBD 2021. In years to come, every Tennis Organization to any level has to create a I&D Tennis Department, Team, or Taskforce to transform how tennis is developed […]

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TBD TALKS Kristin Geer & Fernando Segal

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What will tennis look like in 2031? Next week we begin TBD Talks on the TennisONE App to bring the tennis community together—players, fans, coaches, businesses, & industry leaders—to talk about how the sport will transform over the next decade through technology and innovation. How are you transforming Tennis with your vision, innovations and actions?….Next […]

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Celebrating The TENNIS INNOVATORS

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When Major Clopton Wingfield in spring of 1874 created and patented his first version of tennis game, named by him like “Sphairistike” (Ball game in Greek) in Great Britain, was the first real entrepreneur in our sport. He envisioned the game being constructed on croquet courts, providing people with healthy exercise and social amusement. Then […]