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Octagon Sports - Tennis - Personnel Bios - Thomas Ross
Senior Vice President - Tennis...
Over the past two and a half decades, Tom Ross
has been a trendsetter in the tennis industry.
With geographic expertise in North America and the Asia-Pacific regions, Ross
serves as a respected industry expert worldwide.
has been instrumental in the development of Octagon's client roster and athlete endorsement initiatives.
has represented Grand Slam champions including Michael Chang, Stefan Edberg, Lleyton Hewitt, Richard Krajicek and Gustavo Kuerten.
has been at the forefront of developing the most innovative and lucrative product endorsement deal in the tennis industry.
is also a prominent figure in the organization of athlete's philanthropic efforts.
75k Comerica Challenger Professional Tennis Tournament, Seascape Sports Club, Aptos Ca., Title Sponsor Comerica Bank, Presented by the USTA, Challenger Tennis Tournament, Aptos Challenger, Seascape Chalenger, Aptos Pro Tournament, Aptos Swimming, Pro circ
Tom Ross, senior vice president of the sports management firm Octagon, and Seascape Sports Club owner Paul Kepler, revealed that Murray will play the oldest and most storied men's Challenger tournament in the United States, which begins with main-draw play July 11 at Seascape Sports Club in Aptos (Santa Cruz County).
According to Octagon's Tom Ross, Murray has accepted a wildcard into the Campbell's Hall of Fame Championships, a $380,000 ATP grasscourt tournament in Newport, R.I., that begins Monday.
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"It was a bit of a changing of the guard," said Tom Ross, a senior vice-president at San Francisco-based Octagon, Hewitt's management company.
www.theage.com.au - Monfils may be the next big thing
Tom Ross, leading agent from the international management company Octagon and manager of Lleyton Hewitt, was an unlikely visitor to show court 21 yesterday.Ross was out in the boondocks, watching clients Monfils and American slugger Robbie Ginepri face off.
Without being unkind to Ginepri, ranked a respectable 57 in the world, one assumes Ross
was taking a look at his
company's youthful French connection, who won in four sets.
Tennis sensei-tion / Brad Gilbert, coach to the top players, is a master at serving advice
"Brad is a very savvy and knowledgeable guy," said agent Tom Ross, who heads the men's tennis division of sports marketing firm Octagon.