The Tennis industry is estimated to be worth a total of $5.4 billion dollars. This has decreased from $5.6 billion the previous year. The tennis economy accounts for player participation, equipment sales, revenue from facilities and media, as well as pro tour sponsorship and spectators. Recent trends have directed this industry to go after young age groups of consumers from 10 and under, by building partnerships with networks such as Nickelodeon. This will allow the tennis industry to reach out to million of kids and their parents. For those that have a love for tennis, the following listing of tennis slogans that have been used by others can help to inspire sharing your own support for the game.
A team above all. Above all a team.
All it takes is all you’ve got.
All Out, All Game, All Season.
Championships are won at practice.
Game, Set, Match!
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.
Hustle and heart set us apart.
Hustle, hit and never quit.
If its gotta be, it starts with me.
Intensity is not a perfume!
It’s what you do before the season start that makes a champion.
Love means Nothing.
Never let good enough BE enough!
Order on the Court.
Our blood, our sweat, your tears.
Out hustle, out work, out think, out play, out last.
Play like a Champion Today.
Practice winning every day.
Refuse to Lose.
Respect All, Fear None.
Serve it, Smash it, Win it, Love it.
Talk with your racket, play with your heart.
Teamwork Makes The Dream Work.
Tennis is downright smashing.
Tennis: It’s all about the love.
There’s no traffic on the extra mile.
Whatever it takes.
Winning is a habit, Success is a choice.
You Got Served.
The following infographic outlines the benefits of playing tennis. This sport increases the players overall cardiovascular fitness and can burn up anywhere from 563 to 700 calories in a hour.
Last month, more than 2 million people visited Brandon's blog. He shares exactly how he took his blog from zero to 1 million monthly visitors here. His path to success was not easy. Brandon had to comeback from being disabled, by a rare health disorder, for most of his thirties. God delivered him from hardship and has blessed his family in so many wonderful ways. You can send Brandon a message here.