Tennis Now New Feature - Editable Player Pages

Tennis Now has a new feature that offers editable player pages to the public in order to grow its existing player database.

Mount Kisco, NY, July 08, 2010 --( Move over Wikipedia, Tennis Now ( is offering a new feature that grants its members the ability to edit tennis player pages. That means if there's a juicy fact or interesting tidbit about a hot female tennis player that everyone should read, it can be posted on her page for the entire tennis world to see. Maybe someone knows a professional male tennis player personally and can attest to his favorite kind of cereal – Tennis Now wants it all.

The main goal with Tennis Now's player pages is to have an accurate record of each player’s career in tennis, from the beginning to end. In addition to facts Tennis Now also want rumors, relationship info, and anything else that can provide insight into a player’s personality. Tennis Now's loyalty is to tennis fans everywhere and Tennis Now wants to host a wealth of interesting and unique content for their enjoyment.

Every addition to a player page is screened by a Tennis Now administrator and approved within minutes. As long as the comment is reasonable and contains no profanity or hate mongering it will be approved. All that has to be done to begin adding information is signing up to become a member which is free. After someone is signed up and has a username and password they can visit the tennis players page and click on the player of their choice. Once they are on the player’s individual page they can click the edit button (the green pencil at the bottom of the page) and a text editor will pop up. They make their changes and click the save button - it’s that simple.

Photos taken with players or amateur video shot at tournaments are also encouraged as long as they were actually taken by the user or the user owns the rights to the specific media content.

Tennis Now hopes to build the most extensive tennis player biographies available online with the help of tennis enthusiasts everywhere. With so much news and information there is to share, the wealth of knowledge resides in the individual fan.

Tennis Now
Adam Shrum