For tennis players passionate about tennis. Looking to find a tennis partner. Wanting to know their local tennis community. Ready to grow their tennis network.
Tennis brings together uniquely passionate players: weekend warriors, retirees who can't get enough time on court, former college tennis players looking to get back in the game, and those who haven't played much but just love the feeling of hitting the ball.
Whether you're looking for someone at your level, someone to play with once or for months to come, someone to chat with or play competitively against: Tiebreak can help you find your next tennis match.
Tiebreak can help you get to know your local tennis community. Who knows: there might just be a tennis player right around the corner ready to play, but you just haven't met them yet.
Some tennis players love rallying, while others are looking to play a set. Some want to chat; others would rather stay quiet. Some are weekend players; others play early on weekdays. Some are there to make friends; others just want to compete. There is a tennis match for everyone; we will help you find yours.
Tiebreak will recommend players that best fit your preferences: whether it's playing singles or doubles, men or women, during the week or on weekends, rallying or playing a tiebreak. You might just find that your best tennis matches are with those you wouldn't even expect or meet otherwise.
Tiebreak is unique. Because you are more than just your tennis stats. Tiebreak allows others to get to know you as a tennis player. What are you like during changeovers? Who is your favorite player? What is your favorite tennis quote? How would you spend one hour on court?
I am a former Division III college player. After taking several years away from the game, I started to play again. But I had a hard time finding hitting partners, especially ones who matched my intensity on court and desire to play competitively. Only by chance, by being in the right place at the right time, did I meet my current hitting partners. That's not an ideal solution.
I created Tiebreak as a way to help tennis players find other like-minded players. Whether you're competitive or not, prefer singles or doubles, or want to chat while playing or keeping it serious, your perfect tennis partners are out there and we want to help you find them.
We know each tennis player is different. The challenge is finding other players who match your preferences. My hope is that Tiebreak can solve this problem for you.