A while back, I had a phone conversation with a coach here in the US suggesting our governing body create a video game with an on-going tournament that would culminate in a Tournament of Champions held on Arthur Ashe Stadium during the US Open. I thought the idea was brilliant!
Yesterday, I received the following press release from the PR firm behind the World's Tennis eSeries (scroll to the bottom of this page to read the entire release): Roland-Garros eSeries by BNP Paribas: The world’s first tennis gaming tournament is back!Entries now open at: https://rgeseries.bnpparibas/Ten countries are competing to take part
Today's Guest Post is written by Gordon MacLelland of Working With Parents In Sport, a UK-based website. You can find the original article on his website here. Gordon and I have chatted extensively by phone and will be doing some work together in the coming months. In the meantime, please