Exclusive Interview with eTennis League

eTennis League is a flex tennis league that allows individuals to play with local players of various skill levels. It is currently available to adults but juniors league is already in the works. Through this platform, tennis enthusiasts will be able to chat with each other, set up friendly exhibition matches, and find other tennis players who are around their same skill level. eTennis League allows the players to create a community of tennis players within their vicinity.

This platform also introduces year-round competitive leagues, where players compete for cash prizes. The entry fee is $25 per person. The champion will receive a trophy and $8 for every player competing in the league. To know more about this new venture, I conducted an exclusive interview with the company.

Please see the exclusive interview below:

TF: When did eTennis League start?

ET: eTennis League was founded back in 2013.

TF: What is the main goal behind the website?

ET: Since our founder is a tennis player himself, who competed in San Diego regular and flex leagues for years, he has seen both the good and the bad in competitors’ leagues. He wanted to take the best aspects of the existing solutions and combine them with all the features he knew the competitors were missing, and that’s how eTennis League was born. One of the features was a website (platform) which would serve as a social hub for tennis players (help them get together, play tennis and improve their overall game), and as an advanced system that would help the division players communicate, arrange matches, enter scores, rate their opponents, make memos about their game, etc.

TF: What’s the idea behind the logo?

ET: The idea behind the logo is following: the little player’s limbs represent the four tennis seasons (spring, summer, fall and winter) and the colors are chosen to correspond to each season. And, of course, we have chosen a tennis ball as the player’s head.

eTennis League Logo

TF: Any key cities you have targeted? Will be targeted in the future?

ET: Currently, we organize leagues in US only, but that doesn’t mean a foreign country is not an option. Our main cities are Atlanta (GA), Houston (TX), Dallas (TX), San Diego (CA) and Tampa (FL), but we also targeted and organized leagues in the past in Los Angeles (CA), San Antonio (TX), San Jose (CA), San Francisco (CA), Sarasota (FL), Austin (TX). Basically, we can start a league in any city that has enough registered players of a certain skill level on the platform.

TF: How do you give the prizes and trophy?

ET: The cash prize is determined by the number of players which gets multiplied by $8 (which means that in leagues with 10 players, the cash prize is $80, for example). We send the cash prizes (checks) and tennis trophies to player’s home address.

TF: Any plans to expand the leagues in Asia?

ET: Although we haven’t had actual plans to do it in the past, lately we have been receiving more and more messages from players in Asia, who look interested in competing in our leagues. We might just evaluate the market and perhaps expand in the future. Tennis is extremely competitive sport, we love it, and we want to help players compete, so why not?

TF: Do you have any sponsorship or affiliate program?

ET: Yes, we do. As our main goal is to create truly competitive leagues, because it will make both us and players happy, we offer Affiliate and Ambassador programs. A player can become an Affiliate if he/she uses the Affiliate Link to invite other players to join the league. In the invited player joins a league, the Affiliate gets $15 (per invited player who registers).

The Ambassador program is intended for players who are really interested in getting involved with helping an existing league evolve or with helping to start a league in a new city. An Ambassador’s job is: on-site distribution of eTennis League flyers (tennis clubs, players you already know, new players), social media and email promotion of dates, times and other details concerning the leagues.

In return for the work the Ambassador puts in for developing our leagues, we would send Ambassador Gifts every season. The types of gifts would depend on the league size and involvement (from sweatbands and T-shirts to rackets and tennis shoes). The more an Ambassador gets involved, the bigger and more valuable the prizes. If we manage to organize a serious league with 100+ players, the Ambassador would become our Sponsored Ambassador, and we would send him/her valuable tennis equipment. If the Ambassador helps us maintain good leagues season after season, we would make him/her Premium Ambassador.

If you are a tennis enthusiast. you can sign up for eTennis League. You’ll be able to hone your skills and improve your socialization skills. The eTennis League platform gives you the opportunity to build a community with other fellow tennis players in your area.

You can sign up here: https://www.etennisleague.com/en/register.

For more information, you may reach out their official social media accounts:

Facebook: eTennisLeague
Instagram: etennis_league
Twitter: etennisleague

40 thoughts on “Exclusive Interview with eTennis League”

  1. My daughter plays tennis in high school ad really enjoys it. She wold probably like to watch the matches to learn if she couldn’t play yet.

  2. Very informative post. It is great to know that the league is located in many cities and it is continuing to grow. Thanks fo sharing.

  3. I wish you were in Boston! I have been wanting to get back into tennis for a really long time. Seems affordable too.

  4. I’ve never heard of eTennis League but it sounds like a great community. I bet it’s a helpful resource for all kinds of tennis players – both established and new.

  5. I didn’t knew anything about tennis league . This is a really informative article for tennis lovers . I’m gonna share with my friend she might find it interesting.

  6. When something is made or formulated by somebody who has been in the business, then you know that their solutions are effective. Kudos to etennis league!

  7. how fun! I never heard about this until this year, glad it’s becoming more and more successful! I’ve never actually played tennis but would love to learn ; )
    great interview!

  8. This is so cool! it can be really difficult to find a partner if you’re the long tennis player in your social circle. E-Tennis is an excellent solution.

  9. Looks like such a great platform for all the tennis lovers to connect and enjoy the community! I always like tennis tournaments on TV, but have never tried it myself!

  10. I can see where that would be very helpful to tennis players. It can be hard to find people of a like mind in an area, this could save time and energy.

  11. Thanks for sharing this exclusive interview! I’ve never heard of eTennis before but it sounds great for all the tennis enthusiasts!

  12. This sounds so fun for tennis enthusiasts. I love how their logo represents the seasons! Very cute idea there!

  13. Hhhhmmmm….this is a nice one! I guess what I love about it most is the fact that it’s played online. That can only mean, many more games, players and discretion. BEAUTIFUL!

  14. This is awesome, I don’t know how it never occurred to anyone before.
    I hope it really takes off so we have more players nearby. Thanks for sharing

  15. What a great program! Its too bad they are not in NYC (yet) I know so many people who would be interested. Great business model too. Thanks for sharing!

  16. This is a great idea! It allows similar level players to connect in order to get better at their skill!

  17. I have never heard of this, but we have tennis courts in my neighborhood, and my neighbors are always looking for tennis partners. I shared your post in my community Facebook group with the hopes that someone will find this and utilize it. I would love to see more tennis matches in my area. 🙂 Thank you!

  18. This is a great interview. I’m new to the tennis world but sounds amazing.

  19. This looks like a great interview. I never heard of an eTennis league so when I first read the title, I assumed it was a gaming league which played tennis in a video game. Thank you for shedding some light on this tennis culture that I never knew existed.

  20. This is a great interview. I really like the concept of the logo. The limbs representing the tennis seasons and the colors corresponding to each season. Hope junior league also starts soon.

  21. This is a great way for people who love the sport to meet one another and set up friendly matches. I love that you can also exchange tips and advice on improving your game. Thanks for sharing your interview. Hope it gets to be available in other countries too.

  22. A very good idea for budding tennis players to improve their skills. Only playing more with good competitors can help one be better faster. Thanks for the information. Great opportunity for the young lot.

  23. Wow not heard of this league before, but this was all really interesting and very and informative too xx

  24. I love tennis but hadn’t heard of an etennis league – you have intrigued me with this new knowledge… 🙂

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