Chapter 22: Running a Successful Tournament
Many ITA member coaches run numerous tennis events on their campuses for a multitiude of reasons. Whether it is to raise some additional funds for the program or just a way to give back to the local community or college tennis, it is important that these events are well organized and are an enjoyable experience for all participants.
The ITA has invested a considerable amount of resources to develop a custom tournament desk platform for college coaches to run their events. This chapter will be updated consistently in the coming months with additional resources to help coaches learn about how to utilize these new tools. Constantine Ananiadis also provides a coaches perspective on running successful tennis tournaments and how it helps his program thrive.
Running a Successful Tournament with Constantine Ananiadis
Constantine Ananiadis is entering his 15th year as the head coach at Oberlin College. He has also coached at Washington College, Anges Scott College and the University of Virginia. He hosts a number of college and non-college tournaments throughout the year. Constantine discusses his Ad-Hoc tournament system in this interview. If you would like to learn from him about this system you can email him at email@example.com
- ITA Webinar: Overview of ITA New Technology Tools
- ITA Webinar: How to use the New Technology Tools as a Tournament Director
- ITA Webinar: Sanctioning & Administering Hidden Duals