Tennis


Lake Murray, South Carolina
Case study | May 31, 2012
Lake Murray, South Carolina: Location, Location, Location   

You can build great sports facilities almost anywhere, but few areas have the unique natural venues that you’ll find in the four-county region of... More>>



Arlington, Texas
Case study | May 31, 2012
Arlington, Texas: All Access Arlington   

Halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth, there is a sports capital like no other. Arlington, Texas is the home of some of the country’s most iconic... More>>


| May 15, 2012
ASBA Announces Publication of New Tennis Courts Manual   

The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA), the national organization for builders, designers and suppliers of materials for tennis courts,... More>>


| May 11, 2012
Tennis is Unfazed by the Jittery Economy – Buying More Racquets   

Q1 Comps for Specialty Tennis Retailers Up 12% in Dollars and 14% in Units More>>



Ocean City, Maryland
Case study | March 31, 2012
Ocean City, Maryland: A Top Sports Playground by the Sea   

For sports events and their participants and organizers, few areas can offer the combination of activities, topnotch facilities, and complete... More>>



Colorado Springs, Colorado
Case study | March 31, 2012
Colorado Springs, Colorado: America's Olympic Capital    

Colorado Springs is home to Pike's Peak-America’s Mountain, birthplace of one of America’s most inspiring patriotic songs, “America the... More>>



Palm Beach County, Florida
Case study | February 29, 2012
Palm Beach County, Florida: Just Bring Your Game   

Unsure where to hold your next event or tournament? Why not choose the ultimate sports paradise—an area with not only incomparable world-class... More>>



Louisville, Kentucky
Case study | February 29, 2012
Louisville, Kentucky: Welcome to Championship City   

Some destinations truly love their sports events. They live for their sports events. Those are the destinations that really knock their events out of... More>>


News | January 4, 2012
ASBA members named Champions of Tennis   

The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA), the national organization for builders, designers and suppliers of materials for tennis courts,... More>>



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Article | December 31, 2011
Tennis: Ace the Competition with a Great Facility   

Some tennis players have corporate sponsorships for everything from the balls they hit to the shoes they lace up. Then there's everyone else. As... More>>



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