Ekaterina Alexandrova and JJ Wolf captured titles over the weekend. Congratulations to both!
Ekaterina lifted the first WTA trophy of the year (and decade) in Shenzhen; it was also her first career title at the WTA level. She now sits at a career-high WTA No. 26. JJ won his third Challenger title in Noumea with his third top-100 win, lifting him to a career-high ATP No. 181. (He only graduated last May.)
Asics recently signed Caroline Garcia to a multiyear apparel and footwear brand partnership. Read the full press release here, or check out Baseline's article.
Our first full year with three divisions has come to a close, and, boy, was it an exciting one! We’ll cover great accomplishments from each sport below, but first, we’ll cover events and other ventures.
There are only four players inside the Top 20 of the ATP Rankings who have finished each of the past 10 years inside the Top 20. The first three are the Big Three of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. The fourth: American John Isner, who ends 2019 at World No. 19 even after missing three months due to a broken foot.
Congratulations, John! Read the articles below for more and insight from the man himself.
ATP Tour: Isner: 'I Would Have Laughed In Your Face'
TENNIS: After 10 Straight Years in Top 20, John Isner Continues to Aim High
TennisWorld: John Isner Reacts to Finishing in Top 20 for 10th Consecutive Season
Shelby Rogers discusses injury, recovery, and her comeback in an interview with Tennishead.
You returned to competition at the Charleston tournament this year after 13 months out following knee surgery. Was it always the intention to return at your home event?
Cleveland, OH (November 13, 2019) – Cleveland-based sports management agency Topnotch Management announced today the signing of top junior player Katrina Scott to a global representation agreement. The 15-year-old Woodland Hills, CA native will be managed by LA-based Topnotch Management agent Meilen Tu
The New York Times covered Zachary Svajda's US Open debut. The article also mention's Reilly Opelka's success and upset of Fabio Fognini.
Court 5 at the United States Open overflowed with spectators on Monday, many standing on their tiptoes, craning their necks and waiting in lines at the small side court to get a glimpse of a teenager who holds some hope for the future of American men’s tennis.
Cleveland, OH (August 19th, 2019) — Sports management company Topnotch Management announced today the signing of Zachary Svajda, the youngest player in the Main Draw of the US Open since 2005. The 16-year-old San Diego native will be co-managed by Sam Duvall and James Beres
John Isner partners with DEFY as the first CBD sponsorship in pro tennis. Read more from the articles below.
YAHOO! Finance: Next to John Isner, CBD is Now the Biggest Thing in Tennis
FOX Business: Tennis star John Isner inks sport's first CBD endorsement deal with Defy sports drink
Greensboro News & Record: Greensboro native John Isner and CBD endorsement: Here's what you need to know
Civilized: John Isner is the First Pro Tennis Player to Sign a Cannabis Endorsement Deal
Last Word on Tennis: John Isner is the First Tennis Player to Sign a CBD Endorsement. What's next?
Tennis World: John Isner becomes first tennis player to ink CBD deal
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