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Through H & J Martin, Edwards Sports has manufactured and installed indoor tennis equipment at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
This site was part of the 2012 Olympic Park and hosted the wheelchair tennis during the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
The venue includes four indoor and six outdoor tennis courts and has been selected by the ITF to stage the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters 2014-2016.
It seems there will be some shuffling of top jobs as the sport moves in to 2014.
Andre Silva, the ATP World Tour's Chief Player Officer and Tournament Director of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, will make a career change in January when he teams up with Roger Federer's manager, Tony Godsick.
The Brazilian has been with the ATP World Tour since 2000 and is based at Ponte Vedra in Florida where he has been an integral part of the hierarchy under successive Chief Executives, Mark Miles, Etienne de Villiers, Adam Helfant and the late Brad Drewett.
The USTA has announced that tickets for the 2014 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group First Round between the United States and Great Britain will go on sale to the general public on Friday, 6 December at 8pm (UK time).
The tie will be played at Petco Park in San Diego from 31 January to 2 February 2 on a clay court to be laid in a temporary stadium built in left field of the enormous open-air ball park.
Ticket prices range from US $90 to $500 and are sold as three-day packages ($30-$166 per day) and additional ticket fees apply.
The Statoil Masters begins at London's Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday but will be missing one of its star attractions, Stefan Edberg.
Australian Open semi-finalist Wayne Ferreira will replace Edberg in the line-up after the Swede was forced to withdraw from the event following knee surgery.
Ferreira joins Group A of the Legends tournament alongside defending champion John McEnroe and two-time French Open champion, Sergi Bruguera.
The shortlist of 10 contenders for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award was revealed last week, with Andy Murray as the favourite to win this year's public accolade.
The other contenders are sailor Ben Ainslie, England cricketer Ian Bell, Paralympic wheelchair racer Hannah Cockroft, long-distance runner Mo Farah, cyclist Chris Froome, rugby union player Leigh Halfpenny, jockey AP McCoy, athlete Christine Ohuruogu and golfer Justin Rose.
Murray ended Britain's 77-year wait for a men's singles champion at Wimbledon in July when he defeated Novak Djokovic in straight sets to win his second Grand Slam title.
Readers of the Spanish daily newspaper, Diario Marca, have voted Rafael Nadal as the greatest Spanish sports star.
Currently number one on the ATP Tour world rankings, Nadal received the award at a Gala for the 75th anniversary of the newspaper in Madrid on Tuesday evening at Marca's silver anniversary gala in Madrid, after being selected by the sport daily's readers as the best Spanish athlete of all-time.
In front of other Spanish sporting legends, including four-time Grand Slam champion Manuel Santana, Nadal paid tribute to his predecessors and peers.
Maria Sharapova launched Sugarpova, a premium candy company, in 2012 because she fell in love with gummies while in America as a kid, and has been building her business muscles off-court with a handful of marketing deals, including a Nike apparel collection and her own line of Cole-Haan accessories.
The company now stocks its candy in Henri Bendel, hotel minibars, and candy stores on three continents.
A successful and savvy entrepreneur, who holds ambitions for a career in business post-retirement, Sharapova is listed for the first time among CNN Money's '10 Female Entrepreneurs Who Happen To Be Celebrities'.
Pan-regional sports broadcaster Eurosport has renewed and enhanced a rights deal for the French Open at Roland Garros.
Brokered by MP&Silva, the international media rights agency, the new agreement covers live TV and digital rights until 2021 in all Eurosport's European territories, excluding host country, France.
The MP & Silva agency was acting on behalf of the Fédération Française de Tennis, the sport's governing body in France and the operator of the clay-court tournament.
HEAD's GrapheneTM Speed Pro tennis racquet has been given the Best of What's New Award in the recreation category by Popular Science, the world's largest science and technology magazine published in the USA.
In early 2013, HEAD launched its GrapheneTM Speed and Instinct lines of tennis racquets that feature the revolutionary GrapheneTM technology, offering tangible advantages to tennis players of all levels.
Each year, the editors of Popular Science review thousands of new products in search of the top 100 technology innovations of the year.
Judy Murray, the mother of Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, is to receive a Doctorate at the University of Stirling in recognition of her outstanding contribution to tennis, to sport and to charitable causes.
Formerly the National Coach for Scotland, Judy is Great Britain's Fed Cup Captain and talent spots for the LTA, as well as working with Britain's leading women and junior players, helping to drive participation and increase the number of female tennis coaches.