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24/11/14

RS Named Official Ball of the GPTCA

Bach, Switzerland (November 17, 2014) – The Global Professional Tennis Coach Association (GPTCA) is pleased to announce RS Tennis as its newest corporate partner. The two parties have come to terms on a two-year agreement that will name RS Tennis the “Official Ball of the GPTCA.“

 

The partnership means that RS Sports will provide RS All Court tennis balls, starting this autumn, for the on-court sessions of GPTCA courses run worldwide.

 

“We’re excited to be the ’Official Ball of the GPTCA’ and we are looking forward to expanding our presence among its members, that is top coaches in the world,“ said RS Tennis Partner Johan Kareld. “RS All Court is the first tennis ball ever to be designed and developed by a professional player, someone who really understands what a ball should feel like.“

 

“We’re pleased to have RS Tennis as our official ball,“ said GPTCA Vice-President and former Top 5 player Rainer Schuettler. “Robin Soderling and his team have produced a truly astonishing ball with no compromises in quality, material, durability or feel. We share a passion for the game and the goal of taking world-class tennis to even a higher level.“


About RS Tennis 
Founded by Robin Soderling, the company is based in Stockholm, Sweden. RS All Court, its flagship product, is an approved ball by the International Tennis Federation and is an official ball of the Stockholm Open, an ATP World Tour 250 tennis tournament. For more information, visit www.rs-tennis.com

Media Contact:

Giorgio Di Palermo, GPTCA Communications Director
Email: dipalermo@nsagroup.it

 



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