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TennisCoach.us – set up a website for a tennis coach easily!

Are you a talented tennis coach? Do you possess the coaching skills to one day bring through the next Pete Sampras or Serena Williams? If so, great but have you got the exposure required to bring in the volume of clients you need, to even survive as a tennis coach?

Tennis coaching in the US is a big market, with the majority of local clubs having more than one tennis coach available to it’s members. Therefore, the key to offering your services as a tennis coach, is to appeal to a market outside of the one at your local club. There is one medium, that almost every adult and child uses on a daily basis and that’s the internet.

People search the internet for anything and everything and tennis coaching is no different. One of the best ways to become known as a tennis coach, is to have your own website, promoting yourself and your skills as a coach. Fortunately, www.tenniscoach.us is here to help.

www.tenniscoach.us makes having your own, personal tennis coaching website very straight forward. Simply select one of the three packages that are available to start. The great thing is, there are no huge upfront fees, which means anyone can choose a package, without having to spend thousands of dollars before the website is even created. Each package comes with a range of fantastic benefits, such as videos, images and text, with the extra options of having a booking calendar and the opportunity to have changes made at any time.

The booking calendar, which is available on both the Booking and Gold packages, at just $50 per month, is a tremendous feature for a tennis coach to offer their clients. It allows clients to book lessons with you, through your website and either pay online or at the court on the day. The booking system is very easy to use and means that you could be receiving bookings, even as you sleep.

A www.tenniscoach.us website, really allows you to sell yourself as a coach. Take full advantage of the videos and images, to showcase what you do. If you do not have quality video or images, no need to worry, www.tenniscoach.us can help you with that too.

The website designs are contemporary yet very easy to use, meaning that potential clients will be engaged with your website and much more likely to make a booking.

Do not just take our word for it, head over the website now at www.tenniscoach.us and take your tennis coaching career to the next level.

2015 Men’s Tennis ATP Rankings

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1 Novak Djokovic Serbia & Montenegro 0 13205
2 Roger Federer Switzerland 0 9205
3 Rafael Nadal Spain 0 5810
4 Andy Murray Great Britain 0 5695
5 Kei Nishikori Japan 0 5460
6 Milos Raonic Canada 0 5160
7 David Ferrer Spain 1 4580
8 Stan Wawrinka Switzerland 1 4515
9 Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 0 4510
10 Marin Cilic Croatia 0 3370
11 Grigor Dimitrov Bulgaria 0 3055
12 Feliciano Lopez Spain 0 2415
13 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France 0 2245
14 Gilles Simon France 0 2130
15 Roberto Bautista Agut Spain 1 1975
16 Ernests Gulbis Latvia 1 1910
17 Kevin Anderson South Africa 0 1870
18 Tommy Robredo Spain 1 1800
19 Gael Monfils France 1 1735
20 David Goffin Belgium 1 1631
21 Pablo Cuevas Uruguay 2 1512
22 Ivo Karlovic Croatia 2 1485
23 Fabio Fognini Italy 1 1460
24 John Isner USA 4 1450
25 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain 1 1415
26 Richard Gasquet France 1 1375
27 Leonardo Mayer Argentina 0 1364
28 Philipp Kohlschreiber Germany 1 1360
29 Bernard Tomic Australia 6 1330
30 Lukas Rosol Czech Republic 0 1215
31 Santiago Giraldo Colombia 1 1195
32 Adrian Mannarino France 6 1193
33 Andreas Seppi Italy 0 1185
34 Fernando Verdasco Spain 3 1180
35 Julien Benneteau France 7 1165
36 Gilles Muller Luxembourg 0 1161
37 Nick Kyrgios Australia 0 1160
38 Jeremy Chardy France 4 1135
39 Viktor Troicki Serbia & Montenegro 0 1098
40 Benjamin Becker Germany 0 1078
41 Martin Klizan Slovakia 1 1065
42 Sam Querrey USA 1 1040
43 Steve Johnson USA 1 986
44 Donald Young USA 3 964
45 Jack Sock USA 13 941
46 Juan Monaco Argentina 2 940
47 Simone Bolelli Italy 2 926
48 Jiri Vesely Czech Republic 3 923
49 Jerzy Janowicz Poland 3 905
50 Marcel Granollers Spain 3 905
51 Sergiy Stakhovsky Ukraine 1 894
52 Dominic Thiem Austria 6 891
53 Joao Sousa Portugal 1 887
54 Pablo Carreno Busta Spain 1 866
55 Victor Estrella Burgos Dominican Republic 2 859
56 Andreas Haider-Maurer Austria 0 858
57 Mikhail Kukushkin Russia 3 852
58 Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus 3 838
59 Borna Coric Croatia 1 837
60 Vasek Pospisil Canada 2 800
61 Diego Schwartzman Argentina 2 797
62 Yen-Hsun Lu Taipei 3 785
63 Denis Istomin Uzbekistan 2 785
64 Mikhail Youzhny Russia 0 780
65 Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine 24 760
66 Pablo Andujar Spain 0 760
67 Albert Ramos-Vinolas Spain 1 755
68 Carlos Berlocq Argentina 1 740
69 Sam Groth Australia 0 701
70 Joao Souza Brazil 2 676
71 Jarkko Nieminen Finland 1 673
72 Jan-Lennard Struff Germany 1 671
73 Dusan Lajovic Serbia & Montenegro 2 669
74 Nicolas Almagro Spain 1 665
75 Tim Smyczek USA 8 663
76 Marinko Matosevic Australia 2 652
77 Federico Delbonis Argentina 2 650
78 Ricardas Berankis Lithuania 2 630
79 Jurgen Melzer Austria 7 626
80 Teymuraz Gabashvili Russia 2 621
81 Thomaz Bellucci Brazil 4 611
82 Malek Jaziri Tunisia 6 607
83 Aljaz Bedene Slovenia 32 607
84 Steve Darcis Belgium 6 603
85 Benoit Paire France 4 602
86 Radek Stepanek Czech Republic 5 600
87 Paolo Lorenzi Italy 23 595
88 Blaz Kavcic Slovenia 23 595
89 Andrey Golubev Russia 3 591
90 Daniel Gimeno-Traver Spain 4 588
91 Andrey Kuznetsov Russia 9 584
92 Damir Dzumhur Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 580
93 Ivan Dodig Croatia 10 575
94 Go Soeda Japan 10 574
95 Maximo Gonzalez Argentina 3 573
96 Filip Krajinovic Serbia & Montenegro 7 569
97 James Duckworth Australia 9 567
98 Robin Haase Netherlands 6 565
99 Lukas Lacko Slovakia 4 564
100 Alejandro Gonzalez Colombia 7 557

*Rankings provided by the ATP
Last Updated: March 23, 2015

15-year-old American CiCi Bellis advances at Miami Open

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — Precocious amateur CiCi Bellis says she’s ready to take on the best of the pros – Serena Williams.

Bellis, a 15-year-old American who made a big splash at last year’s U.S. Open, advanced Friday to a potential third-round match against Williams by beating Zarina Diyas 6-2, 6-1.

Williams’ second-round match Friday night against Monica Niculescu was postponed until Saturday because of rain. But Bellis was already relishing the chance to take on the 19-time Grand Slam champion.

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DJOKOVIC SETS FOURTH-ROUND CLASH AGAINST ISNER

Defending champion Novak Djokovic beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas 7-5, 6-3 Monday night at the BNP Paribas Open to set a fourth-round clash against No. 18 seed John Isner.

“It wasn’t as good as the first round, that’s for sure, but a win is a win,” said Djokovic, who dropped serve twice and finished with 32 unforced errors to 18 winners.

“I did struggle a lot, had some unforced errors. From the back of the court I didn’t feel so great. But towards the end of the match was better, so hopefully it can be better in the next one too. I definitely need to work tomorrow on the balance and hopefully in the next one there will be fewer mistakes.”

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