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  1. Hi Lisa Just wanted to share my appreciation for adding the SportParentSupport.com link to your site. Your site looks great and if you want me to do a guest article at any time I would be more than happy to. Also, if you want a pre-paid registration code to gain access to the secure sections of SportParentSupport.com let me know at anthony@sportparentsupport.com and I will email you instructions. Cheers Anthony Ross

    • anthony, i would love to take you up on your offer! i will email you privately to get more info. thank you for your kind words - please feel free to share the blog with anyone you think might benefit. best, lisa

  2. Added your link to my site. Hopefully, my site can provide info for some of your followers and you can add it to your Links page. I really enjoy reading your blog from the tennis parent perspective. Hope to read many more of your posts!

  3. Like to exchange Links. I have a very active tennis blog. I found your site useful and will probably refer to it more often. http://adirondacktennis.wordpress.com/

    • thank you for your comment! i added a link to your blog and would love for you to do the same.

  4. http://youthsportsitsforthekids.wordpress.com/ Not a tennis site, but feel free to add if you think it may be useful as I try to blog about youth sports in general

  5. Your website and you are a very positive impact to the tennis world. You make children "BELIEVE" Thanks

    • how are you. Could you add my website and my serving autism group to your website. I am no longer in new Zealand. I am know helping Autistic children and regular players in the United States. Email me so we can catch up,

  6. Tennis social networking, gaming and tennis video site for kids ages 6-66

  7. Lisa, Have enjoyed your website. I've been a tennis player and tennis dad with 3 tennis kids. As a result, we recently developed TheTennisOrganizer.com line of individual player scorebooks with Editions for High School, Tournament, College players and Professionals/Coaches. Invite you to take a look at the website - the books are a great resource to improve a player's and team's success through point-by-point scoring and analysis. All the things I was doing as a tennis dad to help organize my kids' competition efforts is contained in these Editions. Look forward to talking with you... Dr. Don Ashburn, TheTennisOrganizer.com

  8. Lisa- I can't read the entry you wrote 9/16/12 on equipment (home page says it can't find). Can you repost it? thanks.

    • sorry! i accidentally hit the "publish" button when i meant to click the "preview" button! i will post the article tomorrow - still working on a couple of details!

  9. This is a really great site -packed with tennis information.If people are interested in which tennis items are available in Europe that we cannot get in the states this is a good site http://www.tennisplanet.co.uk/en_gb/

  10. Check out the perfect baby gift for tennis fans. Available at www.tomboybaby.com

  11. LIsa, www.gamesmarttennis.com is a great new match video analysis website that combines in depth analysis with intuitive usability. Great for players, parents, coaches. Make sure to register for Demo Analysis to see all the functionality of the analysis. All the best, Petar

  12. Dear Sir, TennisProGuru.com is a unique project about tennis players & equipment they use. We run the database of tennis players and tennis rackets they play with. Currently, we have 450+ tennis players and their rackets, which means we have all ATP and WTA TOP 100 players plus many others. Check https://tennisproguru.com and https://tennnisproguru.com/search-racket-of-your-racket/ to see the full database of players and their rackets. Or check our guide for best kids rackets https://tennisproguru.com/best-kids-rackets/ In case you find this database interesting feel free to share the link on our unique tennis racket database with your readers and followers.

  13. Dear Lisa! My name is Sie, and I'm happy to let you know that it has become easier than ever to own a tennis court of your dreams! I would like to ask You kindly to take a minute or two to look at www.tenniskit24.com. In addition to the online store of high-quality surface materials for tennis and padel courts, our website provides a vast selection of the essential guides, drawings, and helpful videos on how to plan, build, and maintain a court. TennisKit24 tutorials are meant for clubs operating multiple courts, building companies, and also for enthusiasts willing to make a court as a DIY project for a private home. Over the last 10 years usage of artificial grass surfaces for tennis courts has increased rapidly, especially among recreational players who are willing to build a private or community tennis court. Also, artificial grass is very suitable for renovating the old hard court or clay court. In both cases, artificial grass has very competitive price advantages compared to other surfaces. Therefore, perhaps you find our content worth mentioning on your website, as I've just written an in depth article titled https://www.tenniskit24.com/tennis/practice-wall-can-be-crucial-for-tennis/. Just thought it might make a good fit for your list of resources. Tennis Practice Wall is an efficient accessory for home training with and without tennis court. Also, You are more than welcome to browse and share our blog here: https://www.tenniskit24.com/tennis-blog/. In case you need me to provide any additional information, please let me know. I sincerely hope to find a way to cooperate. Thank you in advance and have a lovely day! Best regards, Sie Aarma-Kivi On behalf of TennisKit24 Team www.tenniskit24.com

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