Prince Sports Delivers U.S. Open Play of the Day
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Zach Perles
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08/19/05 - Will work or other obligations prevent you from sitting on the sidelines watching the world’s top-seeded players battle it out on the court during next week’s US Open? Well don’t hurl your racquet in sheer disgust. Prince Sports promises to bring the game to you.
Each day of the tournament, Prince will email its “Play of the Day” directly to your inbox. And the industry leader will post the plays on a special Prince microsite, http://www.princetennis.com/usopen. The Prince Play-of-the-Day reports will showcase those amazing shots or saves sure to generate water-cooler conversations.
The daily reports will also feature player bios and highlight the equipment, or tools of the trade, that enable players to achieve such miraculous shots.
Prince Tour players slated to participate in this year’s Open include Maria Sharapova, Guillermo Coria, Nikolay Davydenko, Xavier Malisse, Olivier Rochus, Vince Spadea, David Ferrer, Davide Sanguinetti, Lisa Raymond, Ai Sugiyama, Silvia Farina-Elia, Shahar Peer, Jordan Kerr, Paul Goldstein, Pavel Vizner, Albert Montanes, Mashona Washington, Alina Jidkova, Mara Santangelo and Jamea Jackson.
The 2005 US Open is expected to attract over 625,000 fans, making it the highest attended annual sporting event in the world. The US Open -- now in its 123rd year -- will be held Monday, August 29 through Sunday, September 11, in Flushing Meadows, New York.
About Prince Sports
The established industry leader in the development and manufacturing of performance tennis equipment, Prince Sports, Inc., is based in New Jersey. Prince revolutionized the game of tennis with its introduction of the “Oversize” and “Longbody” ® racquet technology, and, in 2005, introduces O3 Engineering, a breakthrough in tennis technology that increases the sweet spot up to 54 percent enabling players to hit their best shots more often. Today, Prince Sports has operations on three continents and distribution in over 100 countries. For more information, please visit www.princetennis.com.