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AjdeNate!
Nov 9th, 2003, 09:24 PM
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For the first time ever, the ATP and WTA Tour, the governing bodies of the men's and women's professional tennis circuits, will collaborate to produce the "Official Guide to Professional Tennis 2004." It will be the ultimate insider's guide to all the players, tournaments, facts and stats that make up the global professional game. The "Official Guide to Professional Tennis 2004" will be THE tennis bible, and a perfect gift worldwide, featuring photos and information about popular stars such as Serena and Venus Williams, Andy Roddick, Kim Clijsters, Andre Agassi, Justine Henin-Hardenne and Roger Federer.

The "Official Guide to Professional Tennis 2004" will not only combine all the information packed into the organizations' annual Media Guides, but it will include new and enhanced content designed to satisfy both casual and rabid fans alike. The guide will include the following:
Athlete bios - Learn about players’ records, statistics, hobbies, tennis backgrounds, hometowns and all their sporting highlights.
Tournament details * - Read about the global nature of the game, past tournament winners, online ticket information, the professional calendar and stadium details.
Historical information - Look up former champions and winners of the ATP and WTA Tour and check out the record books that have become such a big part of the game’s history.
Pictures - Impactful color action photos of the 2003 season from leading sports photographers grace the book from front-to-back.
The guide will retail for $25, plus shipping costs, and will be available to tennis fans across the world.

*JR*
Nov 9th, 2003, 09:53 PM
How many controversial subjects do you think it will tackle, from the AER to WC's to Exempts to # of events counted in the rankings to stuff about the locale and format of the YEC's to whether IMG and Octagon should both represent players and run tournaments, etc., etc., etc.? My guess: 0 or 0 or 0 or 0........