Discussion in 'Junior League & Tournament Talk' started by advantagetennis1, Oct 20, 2009.
Do any companies sponsor based off of your re ranking?
The majority of the companies out there work off of ranking some will sponsor off of your ability but its rare . just work hard build your strokes (technique) and play your best to improve your ranking and things should start flowing your way.
My son wasn't even ranked in the top 100 nationally yet he landed some nice deals with a few different companies and managements and it wasn't off ranking they saw what they say is the potencial so just put in the work and things can happen .
ohh i see. I meant do any companies sponsor based off of your tennis recruiting ranking instead of usta.
yea they do yonex is single digit in your age group nationally, so does babolat and every other company.
some companies like fila, adidas, adna, dunlop use sectional and national rankings
arent u 1400 on tennisrecruiting
why would it matter what hes ranked? or are you just wondering?
im saying all the juniors on here just talk about sponsorships instead of getting better when that should be there focus jus saying
r u saying im not trying to get better, check the last time i asked for a sponsorship and u'll see its like 2 months ago i dont even want one anymore. obviously im smart enough to know the recquirements and u dont even know how much i play
just work on your games work on being perfect at everything you do and things will happen ,
my son was not even ranked in the top 100 nationally but when he plays people notice how solid he is and things have happen for him beyond our belief the same can happen to you , you just have to put in the quality work and it will pay off.
is this supposed to be directed to me because i work hella hard everyday im not even asking for a sponsorship this dude just comes in acting like all im playing tennis is for a sponsorship and i dont care about my game at all
Yes but ur son tennisrecruiting is top 10 an companies realize that.
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