Help Make TENNIS No.1 in the World

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In the first 3 and a half months since OnCourt Advantage began, our tennis website has had visitors from 92 different countries. We have covered Hong Kong recently because it rates No.1 thus far. Help make your country the best.

Strength lies in numbers so we need to enlist your support to help increase our world wide exposure. Please help us by visiting the site often, subscribing and becoming our Facebook fan and of course by recommending your friends and contacts to do likewise.

The greater number of times that this website is opened, the more Facebook fans we have and the more email subscribers of OnCourt Advantage there are, means the greater amount of information, functions and future services we can provide to YOU.

Two examples of these future services are analysis and correction of YOUR VERY OWN strokes through the use of video. As well as supplying YOU with the ultimate winning tactics including exactly why, where, how and when to use them in THE ultimate tennis book.

The following is the list of 92 countries and they are ranked in order of the most visitors, subscribers and Facebook fans. Listed next to the country is whoever holds the highest singles ranking male or female in that nation. When no player holds a Pro ranking then the ITF Junior ranking is used.

If you know people in any of the countries NOT listed here please forward them a link to www.OnCourtAdvantage.com to help us promote tennis all around the world.

  1. Hong Kong – Ling Zhang WTA No.331
  2. Australia – Samantha Stosur WTA 13
  3. United States – Serena Williams WTA 2
  4. United Kingdom- Andy Murray ATP 4
  5. Canada – Aleksandra Wozniak WTA 30
  6. India – Sania Mirza WTA 58
  7. Germany – Tommy Haas ATP 17
  8. Belgium – Kim Clijsters WTA 8
  9. Czech Republic – Radek Stepanek ATP 14
  10. Brazil – Thomaz Bellucci ATP 43
  11. Singapore – Celina Goetti ITF girls 220
  12. Argentina – Juan Martin Del Potro ATP 5
  13. Italy – Flavia Pennetta WTA 11
  14. Malaysia – Jawariah Noordin WTA 961
  15. France – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ATP 8
  16. Turkey – Marsel Ilhan ATP 151
  17. Slovakia – Daniela Hantuchova WTA 24
  18. Serbia – Novak Djokovic ATP 3
  19. Thailand – Tamarine Tanasugarn WTA 114
  20. Netherlands – Thiemo De Bakker ATP 111
  21. Poland – Agnieszka Radwanska WTA 10
  22. Denmark – Caroline Wozniacki WTA 4
  23. Switzerland – Roger Federer ATP 1
  24. Venezuela – Marina Giral Lores WTA 283
  25. Romania – Victor Hanescu ATP 37
  26. Lithuania – Lina Stanciute WTA 221
  27. Philippines – Cecil Mamiit ATP 449
  28. Slovenia – Polona Hercog WTA 70
  29. Russia- Dinara Safina WTA 1
  30. Indonesia – Ayu Fani Damayanti WTA 275
  31. Japan – Ayumi Morita WTA 74
  32. South Africa – Kevin Anderson ATP 123
  33. Trinidad & Tobago – Vaughn Wilson ITF boys 680
  34. New Zealand – Sacha Jones WTA 208
  35. Chile – Fernando Gonzalez ATP 11
  36. Portugal – Frederico Gil ATP 70
  37. Hungary – Melinda Czink WTA 39
  38. Spain – Rafael Nadal ATP 2
  39. Sweden – Robin Soderling ATP 10
  40. Ukraine – Katernya Bondarenko WTA 29
  41. Greece – Eleni Daniilidou WTA 167
  42. Columbia – Alejandro Falla ATP 95
  43. Finland – Jarkko Nieminen ATP 116
  44. China – Li Na WTA 15 (her career best ranking) & is pictured above.
  45. Angola – Nicolau Monteiro ITF boys 1680
  46. Austria – Jurgen Melzer ATP 35
  47. Korea – Kyu Tae Im ATP 163
  48. Pakistan – Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi ATP 549
  49. Georgia – Anna Tatishvili WTA 179
  50. Ireland – Louk Sorensen ATP 337
  51. Kenya – Nikita Nitin Dawda ITF girls 736
  52. Panama – Elizabeth Tapia ITF girls 641
  53. Bahrain – nil
  54. Honduras – Alejandro Obando ITF boys 579
  55. Montenegro – Goran Tosic ATP 338
  56. Uruguay – Pablo Cuevas ATP 49
  57. Morocco – Reda El Amrani ATP 328
  58. Iran – Mohammed Mohazebnia ATP 1023
  59. Vietnam – Thuy-dung Nguyen WTA 1031
  60. Saint Lucia – Kevin Deligny ITF boys 710
  61. Macau – nil
  62. Nigeria – Abdul-Mumin Babalola ATP 1007
  63. Saudi Arabia – nil
  64. United Arab Emirates – Faisal Bastaki ITF boys 1341
  65. Moldova – Andre Gorban ATP 522
  66. Malawi – nil
  67. Rwanda – nil
  68. Armenia – Tigran Martirosyan  ATP 406
  69. Luxembourg – Mandy Minella WTA 237
  70. Senegal – Daouda Ndiaye ATP 1751
  71. Jordan – Faisal Al Tal ITF boys 1698
  72. Israel – Shahar Peer WTA 32
  73. Bolivia – Maria Fernanda Alvarez Teran WTA 197
  74. Mexico – Santiago Gonzalez ATP 176
  75. Macedonia – Aleksandra Josifoska WTA 485
  76. Norway – Erling Tveit ATP 776
  77. Qatar – Hamad Al Mulla ITF boys 1865
  78. Croatia – Marin Cilic ATP 13
  79. Bulgaria – Tsvetana Pironkova WTA 99
  80. Cyprus – Marcos Baghdatis ATP 41
  81. Costa Rica – Pablo Nunez ITF boys 253
  82. Dominica – nil
  83. Kuwait – Mohammad Ghareeb ATP 450
  84. Lebanon – Bassam Beidas ATP 898
  85. Antigua & Barbuda – Shani Williams ITF girls 1452
  86. Aruba – Stephanie Marchena ITF girls 1017
  87. Peru – Bianca Botto WTA 336
  88. Taiwan – Yen-Hsun Lu ATP 98
  89. Tunisia – Selima Sfar WTA 282
  90. Cambodia- nil
  91. Laos – nil
  92. Egypt – Karim Maamoun ATP 292

Today’s POST is dedicated to Finn Thomas who turned 7 years old today (Happy Birthday Finn!) and Rafferty James both of whom are World No.1 champions to us here at OnCourt Advantage. We wish that every day both of you : laugh, are happy, smile, have fun, love and be loved, share, cuddle and kiss, always keep learning and be the best you can be! 🙂

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