News 2018-02-18T21:38:26+00:00

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International German Junior Championships start today!

20th to 25th of June

Some of the most promising German talents but also many top junior players from other nations under the age of 18 are gathering in Berlin today to compete in the Allianz Kundler German Juniors supported by OPTIMAL SYSTEMS. This ITF Grade 1 event is the biggest junior event in Germany and therefore it is a highlight for every Junior player to play and fight for the International German Junior Championship on the site of LTTC Rot-Weiss Berlin. With the slogan „The world stars of tomorrow“ the tournament attracts thousands of spectators from all over the world to come to the Steffi-Graf Stadium in Berlin, as they want to look out for the stars of the future. In the past, this tournament title proved to be huge step towards a professional career, as the tournament lists big names, such as Ivan Lendl (1977), Boris Becker (1982), Rainer Schüttler (1993) or Gael Monfils (2002) as former champions.

Tennis-Ticker proudly supports the Allianz Kundler German Juniors supported by OPTIMAL SYSTEMS with a point-by-point live scoring system for the Main Draws.

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Juni 20th, 2017|

First tournaments of the French National Championships are underway!

During the next two months the French National Championships in severals age categories will be hosted by the Fédération Française de Tennis in different locations all over France. Kicking off the nationals season, the Super Seniors in the age categories 65, 70 and 75+ are currently playing their Championships in Le Touquet between June 15 and June 25. This event stands out due to the huge commitment and dedication by the participants for the sport and their competitive spirit to find the new champion in their respective age groups!

Meanwhile, in Rueil Malmaison, the Juniors in the age group under 14 are playing until June 24 to crown a new champion, which might just be the first steps towards a professional career!

Upcoming Championships

Only a week later, from June 20 until June 24, the women 75+ and men 80+ will play in Le Touquet their Championships. Followed by the national tournaments between June 25 and July 1 in Honfleur for the female and male seniors in the categories 35+ and 40+. We then move to Dijon for the Junior Championship tournaments in the age group under 16 to look out for the new talents and prospects in the French tennis scene between August 15 and August 20. In Stade Français, one of the biggest events will take place from August 17 to August 26, when the seniors in the categories 45, 50, 55 and 60 are trying to find the new national champions. Finally, the nationals season will be rounded off, between August 21 and August 26, by the Championships for the players under 18, where the best and most promising talents of France will fight for the national title!

The team of Tennis-Ticker is very proud to support the Fédération Française de Tennis with our point-by-point live scoring devices for all French national championships!

All live scores for the events can be followed via the respective links to the Live Score Interfaces and our App for Apple and Android!

Juni 17th, 2017|

Torneo Avvenire 2017 starts tomorrow!

10th to 17th of June

Tomorrow, the Torneo Avvenire will take place for the 53th time in Milan, Italy. Between June 10 and June 17, this Tennis Europe Category 1 event features some of the best players under the age of 16. In its long history, the tournament proved to be huge steeping stone to a carrer as a later tennis professionel, as some of the best former and current tennis players on the pro tour started here. Among many others the Torneo Avvenire lists Björn Borg (1971), Ivan Lendl (1976) Goran Ivanišević (1987), Jennifer Capriati (1988), Martina Hingis (1992), Janko Tipsarević (1999), Maria Sharapova (2000), Gaël Monfils (2002), Juan Martin Del Potro (2003) or the current French Open winner Jeļena Ostapenko (2011) as former champions or finalists. Qualification play will be from June 10 to June 12. Therefore, Main Draws will start on Monday, June 13 and will finish with the Finals on Saturday, June 17. Tennis-Ticker supports the tournament with a point-by-point live scoring system for the later stages of the Main Draws.

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Juni 9th, 2017|

Qualifying for the Roland Garros Junior French Championships 2017

1st June – 2nd June

While the pros are already on the courts in Paris, the juniors still have to wait until Thursday, as the Qualifying for the Roland Garros Junior French Championships 2017 will start on June 1! For the promising youngsters, the second Junior Grand Slam of the year is not only important to earn ITF Junior World Ranking points but also to earn the attention of the live audience and spectators from all across the globe by playing exciting and successful tennis. Many who excited the masses and 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 of them 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!

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Mai 30th, 2017|

The Austrian ÖTV Bundesliga 2017 starts this weekend!

20th of May to 10th of 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!

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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|