News 2018-12-11T06:40:02+00:00

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2018 ITA Division I National Team Indoor Championships

Last weekend, the 2018 ITA Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championship were hosted in Madison, Wisconsin by the University of Wisconsin. As one of the biggest ITA collegiate tennis tournaments of the year, the top 16 women’s teams of the Division I fought for the national indoor championship. While Wisconsin was automatically qualified as host of the championship, the other 15 teams had to earn their tickets for this tournament in their respective regional qualifying tournaments. Over the past week-end, all teams had to compete in a single-elimination tournament to find a new national indoor champion. With the North Carolina Tar Heels, last year’s finalist, as well as last year’s champion the Florida Gators some of the strongest teams in Division I were aiming again for the trophy. However, it did not come to a remake of last year’s final. With wins over University of Mississippi, Texas Tech and Duke University, North Carolina did get the opportunity to make up for their last year’s loss in the final. However, instead of last year’s champion Florida, they had to face Pepperdine University, who beat Auburn University, Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt University to reach the finals. In a tightly fought match, the Tar Heels found compensation for last year’s loss and won the their first championship since 2015. Moreover, through their fourth finals appearance in a row, they also fortified their position as one of Division I’s top teams. As part of Tennis-Ticker’s new collaboration with the ITA, all tournament matches were provided with live scores and live match statistics through the Tennis-Ticker live scores technology.

This weekend, it is time for the 2018 ITA Division I National Men’s Team Indoor Championship, which will take place in Seattle, Washington. The University of Washington will host the four-day event at two venues, the Nordstrom Tennis Center and Seattle Tennis Club. Tennis-Ticker proudly supports this tournament with our point-by-point live scoring system and live match statistics! Follow the action as the top 16 men’s Division I teams compete for the national indoor team championship. All results and live match-statistics can be found via the button below.

Open Live Scores
Februar 16th, 2018|

Tennis-Ticker collaborates with University of Portland!

Last week, the Tennis-Ticker live scoring software was used for the very first time at the University of Portland for the home opener of the Portland Pilots women’s tennis team against the UC Davis Aggies. This Game Day also represents the launch of a new cooperation between Tennis-Ticker and the University of Portland!

The University of Portland in Portland, Oregon was established in 1901 and currently has a student body of over 4,000 students. As mentioned before, the University is the home of the Portland Pilots, the nickname for all the athleticts teams. The Pilots compete in the West Coast Conference (WCC) at the NCAA Division I level, the highest level of intercollegiate athletics. For all future home games of both squads Tennis-Ticker will provide live scores and live statistics for every court and match!

We are very proud to support the prestigious University of Portland and the Portland Pilots tennis teams! All events can be found on our Live Scores Webinterface via the buttons below.

Portland Pilots Women’s Tennis
Portland Pilots Men’s Tennis
Januar 30th, 2018|

Tennis-Ticker and Intercollegiate Tennis Association announce Alliance!

This week the Intercollegiate Tennis Association and Tennis-Ticker announced an alliance whereby we proudly will serve as the preferred live scoring provider of the ITA. As a result, we will provide our point-by-point live scoring service at up to 10 ITA national-level events. All live scores will be accessible to everyone through our re-designed mobile app and the websites of ITA and Tennis-Ticker. The ITA especially pointed out Tennis-Ticker’s experience and know-how of over 4000 events since 2009 with organisers and associations from all over the world, which were great and convincing factors for the ITA to realise this partnership.

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) is the governing body of US college tennis and thereby oversees men’s and women’s teams at NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College divisions. Furthermore, the ITA maintains a nationwide rankings system for men’s and women’s college players, coaches and teams in all divisions, which also awards the best domestic and international talents and prospects in the world of US varsity tennis.

ITA CEO Timothy Russell commented the newly formed collaboration:“The ITA is excited to make the announcement of our collaboration with Tennis-Ticker on a live-scoring solution. Having point-by-point scoring at many of our ITA national-level events enhances our product. We look forward to working with the Tennis-Ticker team moving forward.”

And also Tennis-Ticker CEO Andreas Reiffer expressed the excitment of the whole Tennis-Ticker staff for this partnership:“Tennis-Ticker is proud to be the ITA’s preferred live scoring provider. We hope that through this great association we will be able to bring many innovative solutions to collegiate tennis. We look forward to the collaboration!”


Januar 21st, 2018|

Follow the Australian Open Junior Championships Qualification 2018 with Tennis-Ticker!

While the professionals are already serving and playing in Melbourne for the title of the first Grand-Slam of 2018, the junior tournament for the young prospects on the ITF Junior Curcuit will only begin in a few days. The tradition to host a junior event along side the Australian Open goes back to the 1920s, when tournaments for girls and boys were organized for the very first time. On the ITF Junior Curcuit the Grand Slams are seen as the most prestigious events. Not only because the young players can play in striking distance to their idols and role models, but also because they can earn the most ITF Junior World Ranking points at these events to make a name for themselves on the Junior Tour. Some of the Pros today, once made a big step towards a professional carrer at the Australian Open Junior Championships and were able to show their talent and brilliance to the world. The list of former participants includes some famous names, such as Lindsay Davenport (USA), Mikhail Youzhny (RUS), Andy Roddick (USA), Janko Tipsarevic (YUG), Jelena Jankovic (YUG), Maria Sharapova (RUS), Marcos Baghdatis (CYP), Gaël Monfils (FRA), Viktoria Azarenka (BLR), Caroline Wozniacki (DEN), Bernard Tomic (AUS), Nick Kyrgios (AUS), Thanasi Kokkinakis (AUS) and Alexander Zverev (GER). All of them had either reached the finals or even won the Australian Open Junior tournament. So by following the matches and results of the Junior tournament, one can be sure to watch some of the tennis stars and pros of tomorrow!

Tennis-Ticker proudly supports Tennis Australia and the ITF Junior Curcuit, for this reason we provide the Australian Open Junior Qualification, hosted in Traralgon, with our point-by-point live scoring technology.

Play starts at 10am local time at the Traralgon Tennis Association. Follow all the live results and matches via our App for Apple and Android or by clicking the button below!

Open Live Scores
Januar 16th, 2018|

Tennis-Ticker starts the New Year strongly!

We could not ask for a better start in the New Year, as only two weeks into 2018, big events are already awaiting us and all the junior tennis fans out there! Here is an overview of the upcoming tournaments and events in January 2018:

11.-13.01.2018 – EuroElite ITF Junior Malmo Open, ITF Junior Curcuit Event, Malmö, Sweden

The EuroElite ITF Junior Open in Malmo, Sweden is an ITF Junior Grade 4 event, which features promising talents in the age group 18&Under on the ITF Junior Tour, as they all want to earn some of the precious ITF World Ranking Points. Tennis-Ticker proudly supports this events with a point-by-point live scoring system for the third time in a row!

11.-18.01.20182018 AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International, ITF Junior Event, Traralgon, Australia

As we have to endure the cold winter in the Northern Hemisphere, Australia is in full summer mode and thereby has a lot of tennis to offer for all the fans around the globe. While the Pros are in the starting blocks for the Australian Open, January in Australia kicks off with world-class junior tennis at the 2018 AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International in Traralgon! This anually held Grade 1 ITF Junior events features some of the highest ranked 18&Under junior players in the world (e.g. Timofey Skatov from Russia, current #4 or En Shuo Liang from Taipei, current #7 of the ITF Junior World Rankings)! Due to our great partnership with Tennis Australia, Tennis-Ticker is able and very proud to support this ITF Junior Curcuit event with our point-by-point live score technology.

11.-19.01.2018 – Junior International Bolton Teen Tennis, Tennis Europe Junior Tour Event, Bolton, England

While Bolton probably offers colder playing conditions than Traralgon, it is still one of the hottest places to be in January for the most talented and promising players in the age category 14&U on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour, as they will compete in the Junior International Bolton Teen Tennis event! Since 1995, this tournament has been a springboard for many of the current and former top players on the Pro Tour, including Andy Murray, Justin Henin, Eugenie Bouchard, Caroline Wozniacki, Kim Clijsters, Ursula Radwanska, Lucie Safarova, Marcus Baghdatis, Tomas Berdych and many more. This year’s tournament brackets are full with possible future male and female Grand Slam Players and therefore this event is another major highlight for all junior tennis enthusiasts!

12.-14.01.2018 – Junior Champion Trophy Winter 2018, Swiss Tennis Event, Kriens & Littau, Switzerland

The Swiss Tennis Association hosts the Junior Champion Trophy Winter 2018 in January to find the indoor national champions in all junior age groups from 12&U until 18&U. Therefore, more than 250 players will play in either Kriens or Littau to compete for the prestigious national title in their respective age category. Exciting and high quality play is garantueed, as Switzerland’s highest ranked Junior Players fight for national and international reputation.

18.-19.01.2018Quality Hotel Open, Tennis Europe Junior Tour Event, Vänersborg, Sweden

For now, the Quality Hotel Open in Vänersborg, Sweden are rounding up our line up of events in January. This Tennis Europe Junior Tour indoor event hosts some of the most promising talents and prospects from Sweden and all over Europe in the 14&Under age category. Follow all the live scores, as we proudly provide this tournament with point-by-point live scores for all matches that are scored by an Umpire.

You can follow all the mentioned events and live scores with our completly re-designed App for Android and Apple or you click on one of the buttons below, which will lead you to all live scores of the respective tournament!

EuroElite ITF Junior Malmo Open
2018 AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International
Junior International Bolton Teen Tennis
Junior Champion Trophy Winter 2018
Quality Hotel Open
Januar 10th, 2018|

An early Christmas Present from Tennis-Ticker!

After some busy days and weeks in late November and early December with a lot of great and exciting tournaments all over the globe, Christmas comes early this year for all tennis enthusiasts and the Tennis-Ticker team! Behind closed doors and in secret we refurbished, re-designed and reinvented our mobile application for Android and iOS phones and tablets for you. As a result, the brand new app now offers a newly and well-arranged user interface, with which you can find the tournaments and matches you’re interested in even more quickly. But a lot more has changed than just the design! The application now possesses a Calendar, where you can find all the dates of upcoming and currently running tournaments and events. Furthermore, the newly implemented Favorites function gives you the option to highlight and save your personal favorite matches and players to look up all the latest live scores in an instant. We also implemented a Match Details feature, so you can study all the live match statistics, e.g. Aces, won Break Points or Game Points for any listed match and player. Moreover, the app can now be programmed to send Push Notifications to notify you, when one of your highlighted matches starts, finishes or after every single set. This allows you to not miss any decision or result that is important to you, even when the application is closed!

So don’t hesistate and upgrade your live score experience with the new Tennis-Ticker Livescores App! It can be found and downloaded in the respective app stores for Android and Apple devices!

The Tennis-Ticker team wishes you a lot of fun and a great experience with our new application!

Dezember 18th, 2017|