Thirty30 Tennis – The Alternative Scoring System Aiming To Take The Sport By Storm - Joshua Coase
Updated: Nov 26, 2019
Thirty30 tennis contacted Joshua Coase, an accredited Tennis Journalist in the UK, asking him if he could trial the Thirty30 tennis scoring method.
Curious by the new shortened format and scoring system, he gave it a try, playing against his 16-year-old brother William at their local tennis courts.
Following the trial, Joshua posted the article:
“Thirty30 Tennis – The Alternative Scoring System Aiming To Take The Sport By Storm”
Joshua finishes his article with:
"Thirty30 Tennis is certainly a scoring system with potential and room to grow.
It could be very useful in helping young players deal with pressure situations and hone their skills as to how best to play the big points at important moments in matches, e.g. break point up or break point down, or when serving for a set."
Since trialling of Thirty30 was launched all over the world at the end of December 2017 it has been receiving very encouraging feedback (now 130+) and this can be found on the page link below:
Thirty30 tennis – FEELS, LOOKS and SOUNDS like traditional tennis!
Thirty30 tennis – Where EVERY Point REALLY Counts!
Thirty30 tennis – Have You Tried It Yet?
Any questions? Please contact:
Mark J Milne, Arbroath, Scotland
Creator of Thirty30 tennis