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How To Get Tennis Sponsorships

Itís no secret that tennis is a lucrative sport, just look at Wimbledon.  This competition attracts tennis players from across the world.  Similar to golf, itís a very prestigious sport.  They travel near and far to compete for first place.  Lodging, food, transport, and tennis lessons can add up fast.  If you have heaps of money that you donít have to worry about it, then thatís great.  However, if youíre like most of us, youíre always looking for a chance to save a bit of cash.  The good news is that just because somethingís cheap or free doesnít mean that itís low quality.  If you donít know about sponsorship, youíll be pleasantly surprised at how wonderful it can be to have someone sponsor you.  Look at the three tips below.

Take it down a notch and compete in competitions that you can win, hands down.  While you might not be competing in a world renown competition, there are still many reasons why you should go for the smaller tennis competitions.  First, you will get practice competing.  Daily practice is one thing, but competing is a completely different ball game.  Second, you could be recruited.  Scouts often attend competitions, even the smaller ones.  This brings us to our second tip. 

Getting noticed should be at the top of your list if you want to find a sponsor.  You canít be a wallflower, you have to stand out and get noticed.  Just make sure itís for positive reasons.  You donít want to get noticed throwing your tennis racket or cursing because you missed a serve.  Being prepared to meet tennis scouts will pay off.  You should always be in top notch condition, be prepared to ask typical question and do something that will get you noticed. 

Approach local tennis shops and make them a sponsorship proposal.  You could help them with advertising, posing for shots, or even being at the store to help people choose tennis gear.  In exchange, they could offer you free tennis equipment or heavily discounted items.  If you live in a small town, you should have no problem getting a couple of shops to sponsor you.  If youíre in a big city, no worries, you just have more shops to choose from.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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