Miami, FL, March 12, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- QLIPP™, the “Ultimate Tennis Performance Sensor,” has joined the Tennis Industry Association. QLIPP is a tennis sensor that fits any racquet like a dampener and tells the player the quality of his or her tennis stroke in real time. As a new Tech Partner of the TIA, QLIPP™ empowers players with technology that can be used to enhance and expand the tennis-playing experience.
“We’re excited to be a TIA tech partner,” says CEO Donny Soh. “We believe TIA has great partners within the tennis community and this relationship between TIA and QLIPP™ can only spell synergy for the tennis industry.”
The QLIPP™ Tennis Sensor has been used by players of all abilities for match play, lessons and clinics, and Cardio Tennis, among other programs. Recent app updates include video recording and slow-motion playback functions, sharing of your best tennis video moments on social media, and score-keeping, adds Soh.
"We’re pleasedto have QLIPP get involved as a member of the Tennis Industry Association," says TIA Executive Director Jolyn de Boer. “The TIA continues to monitor the trends in technology including the rapid rise of the smart product market with the new opportunities being created to reach more consumers and drive the business of tennis.”
For more information about the TIA, contact TIA Business Manager Brian O’Donnell at (843) 473-4504 email@example.com. To learn more about QLIPP, visit www.QLIPP.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 Degrees Freedom was founded in February 2012 by Donny Soh and Cen Lee. The company's flagship product, the QLIPP Tennis Sensor is a revolutionary smart sensor and accompanying mobile app (for iOS and Android) that delivers real-time stroke data and visual insights so players can improve their performance. For more information, visit: http://www.qlipp.com.
About the TIA
The Tennis Industry Association, the not-for-profit trade association for tennis, is THE unifying force in the tennis industry whose mission is to promote the growth and economic vitality of tennis by working closely with the U.S. Tennis Association and industry partners to develop and implement initiatives to increase tennis participation and improve the health of industry businesses. Core TIA activities include producing more than 70 research reports annually on participation and consumer/trade research, in addition to Grow the Game Initiatives such as PlayTennis.com, 10 and Under Tennis, the GrowingTennis System™, Tennis Welcome Centers, Cardio Tennis, Careers in Tennis and Tennis Tune-Up Campaign. Visit TennisIndustry.org or call 866-686-3036.