News 2017-05-22T05:17:25+00:00

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The Austrian ÖTV Bundesliga 2017 starts this weekend!

20th May – 10th September

On this Saturday, May 20, men’s and women’s ÖTV Bundesliga will start its 2017 outdoor tennis season, hosted by the Austrian Tennis Federation! At the top of Austrias tennis league system, two groups of six teams will play in a round robin format – each team plays every other team of the same group once. Only four teams, the best two of each group, will advance to the Final Four Play-Offs to compete for the national title in early September. The remaining teams from rank 3 to 5 of each group will have to play in a merged round-robin relegation tournament in June to save their spot in the 1. Bundesliga.

With this tight schedule of only four matches per team in the next five weeks, a good start is key for all teams to avoid the relegation tournament and ultimately to get a shot for the title! Therefore, tension will be high this Saturday, May 20, when play starts at 11 AM CET. Tennis-Ticker proudly provides the ÖTV Bundesliga with a point-by-point live scoring system for the third season in a row!

Follow the live scores for all matches via our App for Apple and Android!

Mai 18th, 2017|

Atlantic 10 (A-10) Conference Tennis Championships 2017

26th to 30th of April

Tomorrow, the Atlantic 10 Conference Tennis Championships 2017 will begin at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida! Even though called A-10, the conference has 14 member universities, which compete in the NCAA Division I and are mostly based in the Midwestern and Eastern United States.

In the women’s tournament, all 14 member schools will be featured: Davidson College, University of Dayton, Duquesne University, Fordham University, George Mason University, George Washington University, La Salle University, University of Massachusetts, University of Rhode Island, University of Richmond, St. Bonaventure University, Saint Joseph’s University, Saint Louis University and Virginia Commonwealth University. For the fifth year in a row, the VCU Rams have been chosen as the top seed and have also won the last four championships. Fist-round play begins on Wednesday, April 26th at 9:00 am EDT.

In the men’s tournament, only 12 teams will compete for the conference title, since the University of Rhode Island and the University of Massachusetts have no men’s tennis program. The defending champion, George Washington University, wants to claim its sixth championship in seven years. The Colonials have won the last three conference tournament titles. Men’s first round will start on Thursday, April 27th at 9:00 am EDT.

Winning the title in one of the best conferences in the country is not only a matter of prestige but the winning men’s and women’s teams also receive an automatic berth into the NCAA Championships in March! Follow the action, as Tennis-Ticker will provide live scores, match statistics and downloadable score cards for every match on every court through the Women’s Championship Interface and the Men’s Championship Interface!

April 25th, 2017|

American Athletic Conference Tennis Championships 2017 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, FL!

19th to 23rd of April

Today the American Athletic Conference Tennis Championships 2017 will begin at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida! The AAC is an collegiate atheltic conference, which consist of colleges that are mostly located in urban metropolitan areas in the Northeastern, Midwestern, Western, and Southern regions of the USA.

In this year’s tennis championships, these eleven prestigious institutions will compete for the title: University of Central Florida, University of Cincinnati, University of Connecticut, East Carolina University, University of Houston, University of Memphis, University of South Florida, Southern Methodist University, Temple University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa.
The teams already have played for the top seed positions during the season and now have to play in the final tournament to become the conference champion. However, the college squads won’t only fight for the well-respected conference title, but the winners will also get a ticket to the NCAA championships! So, a lot is on the line for all competitors!

Play starts today at 9 AM local time with the women’s tournament, as the University of South Florida will face Temple University. A few hours later, East Carolina University will play against the University of Conneticut, and the University of Central Florida and the University of Houston will battle each other; both matches will start at 12 PM local time. The men’s tournament will start tomorrow at 9 AM local time, when East Carolina University will face the University of Conneticut.

Tennis-Ticker proudly provides this event with a point-by-point live scoring system and match statistics for every court!

Get all the live scores and match statistics via the Women’s Championship Interface and the Men’s Championship Interface!

April 19th, 2017|

Follow the Mountain West Conference Tennis Finals 2017 with Tennis-Ticker!

27th to 30th of April

The Mountain West Conference is a collegiate athletic conference in the United States, which covers the western area of the country. Its member colleges are located in California (California State University, San Jose State University & San Diego State University), Colorado (Colorado State University & United States Air Force Academy), Idaho (Boise State University), Nevada (University of Nevada, Las Vegas & University of Nevada, Reno), New Mexico (University of New Mexico), Utah (Utah State University) and Wyoming (University of Wyoming).

Up to eleven tennis teams of the most prestigious colleges in the United States fight for the top seed positions during the season and compete in a final tournament for the conference title!

This year, men’s Mountain West Conference Tennis Finals will be played in Boise, Idaho from April 28-30. The women’s finals will be played in Las Vegas, Nevada and will already start on April 27. Tennis-Ticker proudly supports both events with its point-by-point live scoring system and live match statistics for every court!

Tune in for college tennis at its best! Follow all the live scores and match statistics via the Women’s Championship Interface and the Men’s Championship Interface!

April 6th, 2017|

Upcoming European ITF Junior Circuit Highlights from April to June – The Road to Paris…

After exciting College MatchDays at the new USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida and a lot of great events all over the globe, 2017 still has a lot to offer to all followers and fans of junior tennis! Here are some updates on the upcoming European ITF Junior events that will be supported by Tennis-Ticker.

April 2017

April is firmly in French hands, as the ITF Junior Cap d’Ail and the Open ITF Junior d’Istres will be hosted from April 8-15 and from April 15-23. Both events are ITF Grade 2 tournaments and feature some of the best French and international talents, who will fight for important ITF Junior World Ranking Points. At the same time, the Fédération Française de Tennis hosts the TOP 10/12 tournament in Breissure, France. This is a Tennis Europe Juniors event for boys and girls under the age of 12 and 11 years.

May 2017

In May, we will be in Austria, Italy and Belgium, where four important ITF Junior Circuit events will take place. From May 9 to 13, the Panaceo ITF Junior Cup 2017 (ITF Grade 2) will be played in Villach, Austria. Only two days later, play starts in Italy at the 39th Torneo „Città Di Santa Croce“ Mauro Sabatini (ITF Grade 1) in Santa Croce sull’Arno (Pisa). The tournament takes place from May 15 until May 20.
However, the highlight for the month of May will be hosted in Milan – the Italian Open 2017! From May 22-28, talented players from across the globe will compete for the Trofeo Bonfiglio. This event has long been a magnet for the best junior players, since tennis stars such as Ivan Lendl (1978) or Goran Ivanisevic (1988) are listed as former tournament champions. But also current Top 50 players, like Simona Halep (2008), Sloane Stephens (2009) or Alexander Zverev (2013), have already won the longest running Grade A tournament in ITF history! To round off the month of May, for the 53rd time the Astrid Bowl International Junior Championships (ITF Grade 1) in Charleroi, Belgium will be held. Play will start May 29 and will end June 3.

June 2017

Despite some eventful weeks in April and May, the major highlight of spring is yet to come… Because from June 1 until June 10, the Roland Garros Junior French Championships 2017 will be held in Paris! Many, who triumphed on the red clay at a young age, became professionals and even tennis legends afterwards. John McEnroe, Justie Henin, Ivan Lendl, Amelie Mauresmo, Henri Leconte, Martina Hingis or Mats Wilander – all once won the junior draws at Roland Garros. Tennis-Ticker proudly provides the qualification play of this prestigious junior event with our point-by-point live scoring system!

All live scores for the respective events can be followed via our App for Apple and Android!

April 5th, 2017|

USTA International Spring Championships 2017

18th to 26th of March

Only a few days left until the USTA International Spring Championships for Boys’ and Girls’ 16s and 18s take place at the USTA Training Center – the StubHub Center in Carson, California. For the third time in a row, Tennis-Ticker will proudly provide this ITF Grade 1 Junior Tournament with a
point-by-point live scoring system, as the best players in their respective age groups will play and fight for important ITF Junior World Ranking Points.

In the last years, thousands of tennis fans all across the globe were able to follow this annual high-class event through our live scoring service. So tune in, when qualifying play starts at March 18, followed by the main draw from March 20-26! You can find all the upcoming matches, live scores and final results on the ISC Live Score Interface or by downloading the official Tennis-Ticker App for Apple and Android!

The Tennis-Ticker Team wishes all players good luck and hopes for exciting matches!

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März 15th, 2017|