Tennis Premier League to enhance tennis culture and aptitude in India with its TPL app

The TPL app will track the records of the aspiring players which will help them acquire lucrative sponsorship deals from the companies.

The Tennis Premier League (TPL) recently launched its mobile app to sharpen the tennis ecosystem in India. 

With the mobile application, aspiring tennis players in the country could secure several lucrative sponsorships as the TPL app will track the records of the players, which will help the private sponsors get all the required databases and details. Moreover, this will also aid them in curating a follow-up plan to invest in that particular athlete and will allow the players to get monetary assistance from the company. 

Additionally, the app will permit rising talents to book masterclasses and training sessions with some of the most renowned tennis stars in the country, which will help them groom their skills more. The TPL app is also linked to more than 100 academies from all over India, where the league intends to host more than 600 community competitions soon.

Anil Dhupar, AITA Secretary General, said, “Many non-ranking tournaments that are conducted in the country are not registered or sanctioned by AITA. The efforts of the TPL App will only bring all tennis players of all age groups together. It will help boost the popularity of the game with a wider audience. And once the sport is popular, once you have got the data from across the nation, then tennis will start becoming a core sport in the country.

The grassroots tournaments are the perfect activities that will take place across the country, in small towns and big towns through the app, during which the progress of the players can be tracked with ease. These efforts of TPL will surely make India a powerhouse in the world of tennis.” 

Sunder Iyer, MSLTA Secretary General, commented, “Mumbai we are planning to conduct numerous district ranking tournaments which will motivate the upcoming players and train them to play in the state and AITA ranking circuit. The year-end top players of the Mumbai district will also be awarded and felicitated each year. We have successfully created the Pune District ranking circuit and with the help of the TPL App plan to replicate the same all over Maharashtra.” 

Kunal Thakkur, Co-Founder of Tennis Premier League, stated, “There are a huge numbers of amateur tennis players in India. We plan to form a platform to motivate them to take up tennis professionally. The top players of our TPL App tournaments will be given cash prizes and felicitated during the live telecast of the league each year. We wish for more and more players and academies to join us in this initiative.”

Mrunal Jain, Co-Founder of TPL, said, “TPL is fast becoming synonymous with tennis. With our extensive media coverage and promotions, it has garnered millions of eye-balls and with the TPL App we plan to now bring the spotlight on the young and upcoming players of the country. Through the app, we intent to generate sponsorships for local tournaments as well as for the upcoming players of India. 

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