INTENNIS, The Tennis Network
Introduction of Wheelchair Tennis Coverage
BUSHNELL, Ill., July 16, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- INTENNIS, the tennis network, continues its commitment to tennis players and fans by keeping up to date with both video and articles covering the sport, the lifestyle, instruction, news and detailed information on the sport.
This week INTENNIS has developed a new section focused entirely on Wheelchair Tennis.
The site offers up close and personal coverage on wheelchair tennis player's week. The website includes rankings, tournament video highlights and photos, player blogs plus much more. INTENNIS connects you to the players as they share their passion for tennis as well as how they overcame, in many cases, almost insurmountable obstacles to continue to play the game or simply started a new sport and became a world traveler.
If you are interested in learning more about the players, their lifestyles, support groups for wheelchair tennis, please join us in and log in daily for updates and follow our weekly newsletter.
We are looking forward to showcasing Randy Snow's induction into the International Hall of Fame this weekend in Newport, RI as well as offering up extensive wheelchair tennis coverage at the Olympics at the end of the month.
Currently we're offering a detailed video on the Olympic Stadium for Paralympics on the site as well as highlights on Randy Snow's success in the sport.
INTENNIS continues to offer up daily video updates on the sport from the ATP, WTA, ITF, juniors and more from behind the baseline daily. If you are simply looking for a latest in equipment on the court, or need a "tune up video lesson" before a matchINTENNIS offers the support from industry leaders and coaches to guide you towards that perfect match.
Log on and learn more about the sport of a lifetime at INTENNIS.
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