5 countries. 40 superstars. It’s been an eventful start to the International Premier Tennis League – and as the league travels to India for its second season, the excitement is building Tweet by Tweet for tennis fans around the world.
Here are some of the best IPTL Tweets of this series:
While the action will happen in Delhi, Dubai, and Singapore after the first two legs in Kobe and Manila, the roar of the crowd can be heard throughout the world on Twitter as the best tennis players come together in a unique team format.
Twitter is the destination for fans to get the fastest #IPTL updates from their favorite teams, players, celebrities, and fellow fans.
Players and teams
Many of the players across all five franchises are on Twitter. You can follow each of their teams and journeys. And the @IPTL is making it even more fun for fans with these exclusive initiatives on Twitter:
Want to learn more about your favourite IPTL player? You can simply Tweet to @IPTL using the hashtag #IPTLCards and get an automatic reply with a photo Tweet containing nuggets about the stars.Try it out now. You might be surprised to learn about Sania Mirza’s (@MirzaSania) favourite music artists!
The IPTL is also making dreams come true, as fans with tickets can Tweet to upgrade to meet the players in Kobe and Manila. Here’s fan Babelyn Dimabayao (@besdimabayao), who won a shot in Philippines:
Fans in Delhi will have a shot as well, so if you have a ticket, get Tweeting now!
The winning team of every match is using a specially designed Twitter Mirror (with a tennis racquet frame) to Tweet out exclusive autographed photos from the court.
Twitter Video for highlights
IPTL is also giving fans a peek at the best action at regular intervals during the match with Twitter Video. Check out this point of the match from Day 6:
Twitter Polls on air
You can also cheer for your favourite #IPTL team and see the results on the live TV broadcast:
The #IPTL tennis action in India from last night was amazing as it played on Twitter, too.
Hop on to the #IPTL viewing party and catch the rest of the Indian leg of the tournament, brought to you live on Twitter.
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