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 Tenniscontact?

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

ATP ranking - See all ATP ranking
1 Novak Djokovic neutral 13860
2 Rafael Nadal neutral 10375
3 Andy Murray up 7825
4 Roger Federer down 7780
5 David Ferrer neutral 4710
WTA ranking - See all WTA ranking
1 Serena Williams neutral 9075
2 Dinara Safina neutral 7800
3 Svetlana Kuznetsova neutral 6141
4 Caroline Wozniacki neutral 5875
5 Elena Dementieva neutral 5585

News about tenniscontact

05/11/2009 -Migration and update

A short news to let you know tenniscontact has migrated on a new server (more powerful). There shouldn't be any issues with that but if ever you find something is not working as it should please let us know by using our contact form.

The tennis rankings have been updated yesterday as well.

Tennis news

British number two Kyle Edmund is through to his first ATP semi-final after beating Italy's Andreas Seppi in Antwerp.
Svetlana Kuznetsova is one win away from denying Britain's Johanna Konta a place in the WTA Finals after reaching the final of the Kremlin Cup.
British number one Johanna Konta has won the WTA's most improved player of the year award for 2016.
World number 498 Marcus Willis will return to action on the ATP Tour after being given a wildcard entry into the tournament in Vienna.
Britain's Kyle Edmund beats David Ferrer of Spain in the second round of the European Open in Antwep, Belgium.
Rafael Nadal ends his 2016 season early as he continues his recovery from the wrist injury he suffered earlier this year.
Nick Kyrgios pulls out of February's Rotterdam Open in order to play in basketball's NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in the United States.
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Britain's Kyle Edmund beats Illya Marchenko of Ukraine in two tie-break sets at the European Open in Antwerp.
Mexican tennis player Daniel Garza is banned for six months after being found guilty of a match-fixing offence.
Australian Nick Kyrgios is banned for eight weeks and fined $25,000 for his behaviour - including 'lack of best efforts' - in the Shanghai Masters.
Serena Williams withdraws from next week's WTA Finals in Singapore, boosting Briton Johanna Konta's prospects of qualifying.
Visually impaired tennis players express their gratitude for the people helping put on their regular sessions in London.
Andy Murray beats Roberto Bautista Agut in straight sets to win the Shanghai Masters and edge closer to the top of the world rankings.
Britain's Andy Murray reaches the Shanghai Masters semi-finals - then says he would 'love' to win the French Open in 2017.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix.
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Former Great Britain tennis player Naomi Cavaday talks about how she overcame a mental health battle during her career.
BBC Sport takes a look at Johanna Konta's rise into the top 10 of the WTA rankings following her run to the China Open final.
Judy Murray introduces her new Miss Hits programme, which aims to encourage young girls aged five to eight to play tennis, using softer balls and lighter racquets.
Maria Sharapova is 'starting to think' the International Tennis Federation tried to make an example of her with its two-year doping ban.
The Murray brothers reveal what they were nearly called as babies and discuss sub-atomic particles, Hibernian and fraternal acts of kindness.
Andy Murray hopes Scottish tennis players can repeat the 'amazing year' they have enjoyed in 2016 over the next few years.
Andy Murray says the atmosphere at Great Britain's recent Davis Cup ties was 'incredible'.
Andy Murray is interviewed by two school children at a Davis Cup Trophy Tour event at Stirling University.
Andy Murray can turn his attention to the Davis Cup and number one ranking after losing at the US Open, says Russell Fuller.
Wimbledon winner Andy Murray on a late night, chatting with champions, targeting the number one spot - and hugging Ivan Lendl.
Russell Fuller explains why a tilt at the world number one spot is now more enticing - and more realistic - for Andy Murray.
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