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TennisReporters.net Live From The French Open and Wimbledon

May 20, 2008 12:01 PM

TennisReporters.net, the only web site to win the USTA Media Excellence Award, will again make the trek to Paris & Wimbledon to report on the French Open and Wimbledon.

The website will provide daily commentary, scoops, features and match reports from the Grand Slam venues. Co-founder Matthew Cronin has covered the pro tours for more than 17 years and knows the game's personalities and their games. You'll also be able to hear his expert analysis on Roland Garros' online radio as well as Radio Wimbledon.

The tennis columnist for Foxsports.com and the managing editor of Inside Tennis magazine, Cronin will also be reporting and calling matches on USOpen.org from the U.S. Open later this summer and will be reporting from many of the U.S. Open Series tournaments.

Cronin can be seen on The Tennis Channel and his Cronin's Call is a weekly segment on Tennisliveradio.com. He is the past co-president of the International Tennis Writers Association.

TennisReporters.net has broken a number of stories over the past year, including an exclusive interview with world No. 1 Maria Sharapova prior to the tournament in Rome over her objections to a lengthy photo shoot.

TennisReporters.net co-owner Ron Cioffi is based in greater Atlanta and is a dedicated USTA Team Tennis and Flex League player.

Other contributors to TennisReporters.net include USA Today's Doug Robson, Inside Tennis' Richard Osborn, renowned British journalist Chris Bowers and European tennis writer Abe Kuijl.

 

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