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Going to NYC for the U.S. Open? Don't miss The Tennis Show

Those who are making tracks for the Big Apple in time for the U.S. Open might want to know about something new for tennis: the one-day "The Tennis Show”— a celebration of the sport that will feature a Trade Show, the TIA Tennis Forum, and the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony.

The Tennis Show, which is co-presented by the Tennis Industry Association and the USTA, will take place at the Grand Hyatt. It leads into the USTA's Tennis Teachers' Conference (TTC) Opening Session and attendee cocktail party. The Tennis Show takes place on Saturday, Aug. 27 (which earlier in the day is also Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day at the National Tennis Center):

A brief timeline, for those who want to mark their calendars:

  • 2 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt in Manhattan, the Trade Show opens.

  • 5:30 p.m., the TIA Tennis Forum with TIA President Jon Muir followed by the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame Award Ceremony, then the TTC Opening Session.

  • 7 p.m., the Trade Show reopens.

Note: Registration for events other than The Tennis Show, including the Tennis Teachers Conference and the TIA Tennis Forum, are held separately. Information on those two can be obtained through USTA (for the Tennis Teachers Conference) and TIA (for the Tennis Forum).

Information on The Tennis Show, for those interested in attending or being an exhibitor, is available at http://tennisshow.com/. Those who are interested can also follow The Tennis Show on Facebook and Twitter at @rsimagazine, @tennisshow and @tennisindustry.


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