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.
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Civilized: John Isner is the First Pro Tennis Player to Sign a Cannabis Endorsement Deal
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John Isner became the first player to win four titles in Newport on Sunday as he captured his first ATP title of the year and his first since becoming a father. It was only his second tournament back from a broken left foot, an injury he sustained during the 2018 Miami Open final.
ATP Tour: Isner Makes History With Fourth Newport Title
The Red & Black: Former Georgia tennis player John Isner wins the Hall of Fame Open
The Spokesman-Review: John Isner wins Hall of Fame tourney on Newport's hot grass
Providence Journal: Hall of Fame Tennis Open: Isner beats Bublik for fourth title at Newport
Cleveland, OH (July 17th, 2019) – Sports management company Topnotch Management announced today the signing of rising tennis player Jeffrey John Wolf to a global representation agreement, including a multi-year partnership with Head. The 20-year-old Cincinnati native will be co-managed by Topnotch Management president, Sam Duvall and client manager James Beres
John Isner has begun a series of guest articles for Forbes SportsMoney. Click on the links below to read them.
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We will update this article with further additions to this series of posts.
Wimbledon's Alix Ramsay recently highlighted Alison Riske's record on grass in their Countdown to Wimbledon series.
Grass does strange things to people. For some, even the very best, it can reduce them to gibbering wrecks and render their otherwise unstoppable games both vulnerable and flimsy. And then there are others.
Alison Riske and Caroline Garcia battled back in their respective finals to bring home two titles for Topnotch this weekend! Congratulations to both!
Topnotch clients Bradley Klahn, Shelby Rogers, and Reilly Opelka dish on their favorite courts in the world. Plus, Grand Slam Tennis Tours' Kyle Ross gives some insight into fans' preferences.
Asked at the end of our interview how he feels about making the most of himself over the next bunch of seasons, the 23-year-old Norrie responds, “I am lucky to be traveling the world and playing tennis for a living. ... I am grateful to be where I am right know and trying to make the most of it. Everything is going my way and that is how I want to keep it. I don’t ever want to get ahead of myself.”
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