TopCourt, an e-learning platform for tennis has signed a deal to become the official e-learning partner for the ATP and the WTA. The company founded in 2019 counts Venus Williams and Chris Evert as investors. TopCourt charges $15 per month for online tennis lessons.
As part of the partnership, ATP and the WTA will feature TopCourt content on their digital platforms. Fans will also get access to player profiles and trailers of upcoming videos.
The ATP and @WTA have announced a partnership with @TopCourt_, the first official e-learning partner of men’s and women’s professional tennis 🔝🟨— ATP Tour (@atptour) June 16, 2021
According to Crunchbase, the TopCourt has raised $8.5 million in three rounds of funding. The company has been rapidly growing but it has not disclosed revenue numbers.
TopCourt includes tennis lessons from top players and coaches. Popular videos on the platform include the Bryan brothers’ doubles lessons, Iga Swiatek’s visualization lessons, and Paul Annacone’s story of working with Roger Federer and Pete Sampras.