|Categories||Sports magazine (tennis)|
|Circulation||50,000 Monthly page views|
|Based in||Rye, New York, USA|
Founded in 1974 by Eugene L. Scott, a former US Davis Cup player who was ranked within the world top 15. In December 2004, Tennis Week and the spirit of Eugene L. Scott traveled the American tennis ideals across the Atlantic, collaborating with a Greek tennis magazine called “Tennis Insider: the Greek edition of Tennis Week USA”. Tennis Insider was published by Direction SA and John Parthenios the person who arranged the whole project with Tennis Week USA from the very first beginning was the editor-in-chief and marketing director of the Greek attempt. The historical US magazine was acquired by IMG in December 2006, seven months after Scott’s death.
IMG removed the website December 1, 2009.
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