What is Tenniscontact?
Tenniscontact is a service for pretty much everyone who has got any interest in the tennis sport. It's main purpose is to help you find tennis partners. It is also a tool to communicate and stay connected with people you know. On top of that you are able to find tennis courts anywhere in the world.
Why? Because like you we like tennis and because it is not all the time easy to find tennis partners to play at the time and where it is convenient for you so we felt like it was a good idea to give you a hand and provide the web with a tool for that. Furthermore tenniscontact is more than a tool, it is a friendly community!
Rankings - 20/07/2009
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News about tenniscontact
05/11/2009 -Migration and update
Britain's Johanna Konta beats Pauline Parmentier of France in straight sets to reach the fourth round at the Miami Open.
Roger Federer sees off American teenager Frances Tiafoe in his first match at the Miami Open for three years.
British number one Johanna Konta battles past Aliaksandra Sasnovich in three sets in the second round of the Miami Open.
Australia's Nick Kyrgios will join Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal at the 2017 Aegon Championships at Queen's Club.
Britons Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans and Heather Watson lose to qualifiers in the first round in Miami, while Aljaz Bedene retires in his match.
The Miami Open first-round match between Tommy Haas and Jiri Vesely is briefly interrupted by an unusual intrusion.
Petra Kvitova speaks of her determination to return to tennis following a knife attack at her home in December.
20/03/2017 - Bedene through in Miami but Broady and Swan out
Britain's Aljaz Bedene comes through the first round of qualifying at the Miami Open but compatriots Naomi Broady and Katie Swan are out.
The extent of doping in amateur sport - as revealed by a poll for the BBC - is a 'concern', says sports minister Tracey Crouch.
Roger Federer beats Stan Wawrinka in straight sets in an all-Swiss BNP Paribas Open final at Indian Wells.
World number two Novak Djokovic joins Andy Murray in withdrawing from next week's Miami Open because of an elbow injury.
18/03/2017 - Injured Murray to miss Miami Open
Britain's world number one Andy Murray pulls out of next week's Miami Open with an injury to his right elbow.
Australia's Nick Kyrgios withdraws before his quarter-final against Roger Federer at Indian Wells with food poisoning.
France's Kristina Mladenovic beats Danish former champion Caroline Wozniacki to reach the Indian Wells semi-finals.
Maria Sharapova returns from her doping ban in six weeks time, but Russell Fuller looks at whether she will get invites to the French Open and Wimbledon
16/03/2017 - Tennis great King backs hockey team over pay
The US women's ice hockey team are planning to boycott the world championships over the dispute.
26/03/2017 - Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action
This week's sport on the BBC includes international football, the Merseyside derby and the Boat Races.
World number one Serena Williams challenges two strangers to an impromptu match during an evening walk, asking: 'Can I play the winner?'
Judy Murray and speakers from women's sport and sport media launch She Rallies - a plan to boost women's tennis across the UK.
Canada's Denis Shapovalov says he 'blacked out' after hitting an umpire in the eye with a ball during a Davis Cup match against Great Britain.
Watch the extraordinary moment Canada's 17-year-old Denis Shapovalov is disqualified for hitting the umpire in the face with a ball, gifting Great Britain victory in their Davis Cup tie.
Watch the best of the action as Canada's Vasek Pospisil beats Dan Evans to level the Davis Cup first-round tie against Great Britain.
Belgium's Steve Darcis celebrates too early in a dramatic fourth set tie-break against Germany's Alexander Zverev but eventually wins on his fourth match point.
Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot put Great Britain 2-1 up against Canada with victory in Saturday's Davis Cup doubles contest in Ottawa.
Watch the best of the action as Dan Evans sees off Canada's 17-year-old Denis Shapovalov in straight sets in the Davis Cup.
Watch the best of the action as Canada's Vasek Pospisil upsets Great Britain's Kyle Edmund 6-4 6-1 7-6 (7-3) to level their best-of-five Davis Cup tie.
How Judy Murray is coaching the coaches to boost women's tennis in Britain.
Serena Williams is selected as the greatest female tennis player of the Open era by BBC Sport users with 49% of the votes.
World number one Andy Murray on Novak Djokovic's Australian Open exit and coming up against an old friend at the Australian Open.
Meet the new British tennis star who bought his own shirts and was snubbed by ex-England cricketer Kevin Pietersen.
06/02/2017 - Davis Cup 2017: BBC TV and online coverage times
BBC Sport brings you live coverage of Great Britain's Davis Cup matches in 2017.