Tecnifibre USA Player Program

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  1. kerplunker

    kerplunker Semi-Pro

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    I see that the link to the Tecnifibre USA Player Program link is on there website and it is like a form for filling out info on urself and about ur Tecnifibre Prefrences, does anyone have an idea about what this is? i am really wondering and curious about this
     
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  2. kerplunker

    kerplunker Semi-Pro

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    anybody know anything?
     
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  3. hummer23

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    i kno a junior who is sponsered by them. he gets free frames, bags, strings and stuff. im not sure if he applied through the website or just was scouted. im sure you have to have a pretty good ranking in your division to qualify, but if you do, enter your info and give it a shot.
     
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  4. Vantage231511

    Vantage231511 Rookie

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    Fill it out, and maybe they will give you free stuff.


    Pretty simple, you have nothing to lose...
     
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  5. 6-0 6-0

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    Most preferred player programs require that you have a fairly high state ranking or that you are a USPTA or USPTR member (teaching pro) that will help in promoting their products.
    I would imagine that they have quite a few different programs, but in just reading most of the posts on here it seems like most of the time people want to get sponsored just so that they get free stuff. That is a good perk, but look at it from the racket companies perspective. Do they want somebody who is not that good of a player using their sticks and telling everybody and their brother that he gets them for free?? No.
     
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  6. kerplunker

    kerplunker Semi-Pro

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    thank you, after the high school season starts i will try applying
     
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  7. Jonnyf

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    yeah but you don't get them for free unless your like Top 5 in your state/country
     
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  8. B5002

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    I filled out that form and they sent me an email back to send them my resume. I didn't bother because mine definitely wouldn't be good enough.
     
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