LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Jimmy Connors, one of the most iconic names in sport, today announced that his Tennis 109 with Jimmy Connors App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is now available on the App Store. The instructional app shares Jimmy's signature 'keep it simple' philosophy and brings world-class tennis to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The app gives instant access to Jimmy Connors' tips, lessons and thoughts on the game and his own illustrious career.
Known for his fiery personality, simple but effective shots and an unparalleled record of wins, Jimmy Connors' career has inspired generations of tennis enthusiasts. With this new app, Jimmy Connors proves he is back in business and ready to reach the next generation of tennis fans.
"I think people will really enjoy the content of my app," said Jimmy Connors. "In collaboration with app publisher ICN, we've compiled my tennis philosophy and lessons as well as an inside look at some of my toughest opponents, favorite matches and tennis today. Our goal was to give users an interesting look at my career and simultaneously make them feel like they are getting me as a coach, guiding them through the game shot by shot."
Tennis 109 takes its name from Jimmy's remarkable number of singles wins and features everything from personal video instruction from Jimmy to tips and advice on each shot. With Jimmy's 'keep it simple' technique, the app will help improve your game whether you are a novice or a pro!
Additionally, the app will bring you inside the world of professional tennis with exclusive insight into Jimmy's toughest opponents, controversial moments and favorite matches.
The Tennis 109 with Jimmy Connors App is available for $9.99 from the App Store on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad or at www.itunes.com/appstore.
ICN (www.icncorporate.com) is a digital media services publisher that offers web services, IPTV & smartphone mobile Applications (Apps) to creates value for consumer and entertainment brands. ICN is based out of Los Angeles, CA and London, England.
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