Force8 and German Tennis Federation launch partnership for future-oriented athlete management

Force8, a leading provider of athlete management systems, has announced a groundbreaking partnership with the German Tennis Federation (DTB). This collaboration underscores both parties’ commitment to developing talent and optimizing training processes.

The athlete management system Force8 Coach will provide coaches, players and officials of the German Tennis Federation with an innovative platform to track training data, analyze performance and create individual development plans. This partnership is a clear signal for the use of state-of-the-art technology to further improve performance in German tennis.

We are extremely pleased to be working with the German Tennis Federation,” says Marco Bäschlin, CEO of Force8. “Our goal is to optimize the training process and provide players and coaches with a powerful tool to help them reach their full potential. The partnership with the DTB is an important step in this direction.

By integrating Force8 Coach into the DTB’s training structures, players and coaches can access a wide range of functions, including performance analysis, training plan design, testing, assessment and much more. The platform enables precise monitoring and adjustment of training and competition to better meet the individual needs of players and optimally support their development.

The partnership with Force8 is of great importance to us,” says DTB board member Veronika Rücker. “We are convinced that the use of state-of-the-art technology will make a significant contribution to the further development of our players and coaches. Force8 Coach will help us to further optimize our training and competition processes and thus contribute to our long-term success in German tennis.

The partnership between Force8 and the German Tennis Federation is a clear commitment to innovation and excellence in German tennis. By integrating state-of-the-art technology, the Force8 athlete management system will help to improve player performance and cement Germany’s position as one of the leading nations in international tennis.


About Force8:
Force8 is a Zurich-based international sports technology company that has been developing intelligent systems for the management and monitoring of athletes and teams since 2008. With innovative solutions, Force8 helps coaches, athletes and federations to realize their full potential and achieve top performance.

About the German Tennis Federation (DTB):
The Deutscher Tennis Bund e.V. (DTB) is a non-profit association and as such promotes Germany’s tennis sport in all its facets. With around 1.4 million members, it is the third largest sports association in Germany and the tennis association with the most members in the world. Divided into 17 regional associations, the DTB, based in Hamburg, comprises a total of around 9,000 clubs with more than 46,000 tennis courts.

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