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Seeking All Aspiring Tennis Writers

February 20, 2007 01:27 PM

Do you have what it takes to be a professional tennis writer? The Tennis Channel is looking for a talented aspiring writer to cover The French Open for TheTennisChannel.com. Simply follow these three steps and you may be on your way to Roland Garros 2007:

Step 1: Write 500 words or less on the following question: IF YOU WERE APPOINTED COMMISSIONER OF TENNIS, WHAT WOULD BE THE ONE CHANGE YOU'D MAKE TO IMPROVE THE SPORT? There are no right or wrong answers - just be creative.

Step 2: Fill out the submission form.

Step 3: If you're chosen as one of the finalists, you will be contacted to participate in an additional write-off.

Step 4: Pack your beret, sharpen your pencils and get ready to cover the French Open as a fully credentialed journalist for TheTennisChannel.com

For a list of frequently asked questions and the official guidelines click here.

If you have any further questions or any problems submitting your writting sample email us at rolandgarros@thetennischannel.com.

 

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