Parents

GT STATS for PARENTS

Make tennis stats fun and enhance your child’s coaching at the same time

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Your child loves tennis and they have a fantastic coach. Problem is coaches can’t always get to junior matches. Children often aren’t that great at telling their coach exactly how their match went. Link the two by keeping your child’s stats.

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If you’re having any problems with the app or have any questions about functionality or features, send us a message via the form below. We’ll respond within 24 hours. You can also email us at gtstats@gadgettennis.com

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GET STARTED WITH THE FREE DOWNLOAD

When you first download GT STATS, you are under no obligation to sign up or subscribe.

Our “Get Started” screen allows new users to explore the power of the stats and graphs, plus get to know the user interface by adding to our demo match and loading your first match.

Coach not on GT STATS? Use the “Send to Coach” button to see what they think.

A monthly or yearly subscription allows you unlimited access to all GT STATS features, including:

Load unlimited matches
Send all match data
Load your own match formats
Load unlimited players
Access Remote Mode

You will also receive 1 week’s free use of the GT STATS app.

Remote Mode Only $9.99 One-off Purchase

Family, friends and coaches can view matches remotely. From across town, across the country or around the world.

Once linked, family/friends/coaches can view the point-by-point display of any match you log.

The score is updated securely, LIVE and dynamically. Now you can update everyone with the score while keeping stats at the same time.

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