2014/07/30

Shanghai Rolex Masters Launches New English Language Website

The Shanghai Rolex Masters has announced the launch of its new English language website in time for the 2012 event to be played at Qi Zhong Tennis Center 7 to 14 October.

 

The new website, www.shanghairolexmasters.com will feature live scoring, draws and schedules, daily match reviews, features, a photo gallery, videos, player bios and stacks of tournament information from facts and stats right through to what you will find on-site.

 

The site is now live and will see frequent additions as it becomes more established.

 

“It’s been a while in coming but we knew we needed to revamp our website and we are very excited with what we now have,” Tournament Director Michael Luevano said. “We feel it has a great new look and truly encompasses every aspect of our tournament that players, media, fans and sponsors can relate to.

 

“We hope the tennis loving public will enjoy the content. We see this as a work in progress because we want to keep developing the site and bringing fans the latest we have to offer at the Shanghai Rolex Masters.”

 

The website was developed over the last three months by Tennis Digital, a new and innovative company operated by Tino Persico in Las Vegas.

 

“It was a great project to work on and we are very happy with the way it looks and hopefully everyone interested in the Shanghai Rolex Masters will feel the same way,” Persico said.

 

The Shanghai Rolex Masters has also taken on a concerted effort to build on its social media following via Twitter @SHRolexMasters and through Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Shanghai-Rolex-Masters/484125151605009

 

The Shanghai Rolex Masters is the only ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament in Asia. It will once again be hosting the best of the best including two time defending champion, Olympic Gold medallist and new US Open champion Andy Murray, winner of a record 17 Grand Slam titles Roger Federer, five time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic and last year’s finalist and Davis Cup hero David Ferrer.

 

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