The ATP Blog Is Now Tennis Connected
January 31, 2009 · Print This Article
Different Name, Better Game
As you have noticed by now, The ATP Blog has now changed their name to Tennis Connected. Along with this name we have made numerous enhancements to the site to make the site better for you our readers. We would like to thank you for the continious support throughout our first year and we will strive to bring you even more from the tennis world. Below is a summary of the changes we have made and as always, if you have any suggestions or feedback please send it to us via our contact page located here.
New logo and color scheme
This was probably (or hopefully) the first thing you noticed when seeing the site. The new color scheme was done with the help of some of our dedicated readers who volunteered and devoted their time to answering our surveys.
Now available in 34 different languages
Yes that is right. Tennis Connected is now translated (sometimes roughly) in 34 different languages! To change the language click on the appropriate flag in the sidebar when viewing a post or at the bottom of the homepage. Warning: This may cause the layout of the site to do some funny things and we are trying to get this resolved.
Now we have made it easy for you to share some of your favorite articles on the site. At the bottom of every post, you will see a few icons like the image below. Just click on your favorite sharing site and off you go.
Tennis Connected is now on Twitter. What is Twitter you ask?