articles and other content for possible publication on the site.

Recently I created this section especially dedicated to all Tennis Coaches
and Teachers.

The Tennis Coaches
section of the web site seeks to publish well-written, informative,
forward thinking articles and ideas.

Many young tennis players from the USA and around the world
visit this site frequently, making it an ideal tool for your articles to connect
with young players who are looking for College Coaches, Teachers, Academies and
even ATP coaches.

Writer's Guidelines

Any subject that will interest readers and has content relating to tennis.
Our typical topics are the ones seen on the Subjects menu on the left-hand side
of the screen. Topics range from Tennis Tips, Stroke production, Tennis drills,
various articles or inspiring tennis stories to advanced tennis bio-mechanics,
sports medicine. The topics we publish deal with forward thinking
ideas in Tennis. We try to stay away from material you can find everywhere
else online.

Pieces published are generally under 2,000 words in length. They are formatted
with the best online features including many sub-headings and lists of relevant
tips. Supporting material and links to Web sites that expand the topic are
welcome. Articles focus on "what you need to know" content.

Here are a few
examples of how articles are typically written and formatted:

Editing: reserves the right to edit your
submission for clarity, style, and format. You will not have final review rights
before your article is published. If you read through the site, you will find
that all authors have been well-served in this editing process.

Coaches Corner is not a paying market. In writing an article for the Coaches
Corner at your blog or personal website will receive an increase in the number
of visitors. Think of it as a free form of advertising and exposure for you
College, College Tennis program, your Tennis Club, your Tennis program and
yourself. All authors
receive a brief biographical sketch that includes links to your Web site and
your email. This is published with your article.

Author Rights:
If you are submitting a potential feature article, we request exclusive
worldwide electronic rights to publish the article at the site
for thirty days. and Sergio Cruz,, retain
non-exclusive rights after thirty days to archive your article on the site and
all other rights as stated in the disclaimer below, which you must submit to be
published. At no point do you lose your rights to your work.

If you have
written a paper that you feel is perfect for the site and it has been published
elsewhere online, please email If the distribution has been narrow,
your piece might still merit consideration for publication here.

Use this email
to submit content and material for consideration. If you do not hear from within five
working days, please send email to to make sure your submission was

Please include this disclaimer at the bottom of your article/tip/story/comment:
'I certify that I am the author or sole owner of the material I am
submitting to and its
licensees may reproduce, distribute, publish,
display, edit, modify, create derivative works
and otherwise use the material for any purpose
in any form and on any media. I agree to
indemnify for all damages and expenses
that may be incurred in connection with the
material.' For more information, please see our

user agreement

If the disclaimer
is not included, I am unable to consider your material for publication.

Thank you for
your interest in the site. Your content submission is

Sergio Cruz at would like to thank
you in advance for your participation.

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