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Award-winning TennisReporters.net Offers Online Tennis News to USTA Southern Section Members

May 17, 2005 01:35 PM

TennisReporters.net, the only web site to win the USTA Media Excellence Award, is offering USTA Southern Section members a chance to read the best tennis news and analysis online.

For those dedicated tennis fans who follow the pro tours from the French Open to Wimbledon to our own U.S. Open, a subscription to the best online tennis site is a must. The cost: only $25 a year or about a can of tennis balls a month.

TennisReporters.net is widely considered to be the source for news, analysis, scoops, off-court chatter and features on the professional tennis tours. It is the only web site in tennis that will have reporters writing live from the French Open, Wimbledon, Fed Cup, Palo Alto, Los Angeles, San Diego, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, the Canadian Opens and, of course, the US Open. You’ll get most of this coverage with a three-month subscription of $15.

There is plenty of news and commentary for all visitors to the site. However, subscribers get access to exclusive newsletters – sent via e-mail – and our best stories. This summer, TennisReporters.net will provide its subscribers with more than 30 exclusives … and subscribers pay only 50 cents per article!

TennisReporters.net features content from Matthew Cronin, the managing editor of Inside Tennis magazine who is regular contributor to Reuters, ESPN and the Grand Slam web sites. Other contributors include the Miami Herald's Sandra Harwitt, the Guardian's Eleanor Preston and USA Today's Douglas Robson. The site also features standout photos from WireImage.com.




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