- To submit a video just use the hashtag #UTRTrickShot
- Your trick shot video MUST include you in the video, you can imitate your favorite player doing their trick shot but it won't be eligible unless it's the owner of the social account who is in the video
- You can submit as many videos as you like but only the highest video that gets the most votes will count (the votes won’t be combined)
- Video submissions close on September 9th. Voting begins September 10th and the winner will be announced on September 12th.
- Voting will be done by our UTR Ambassador community who will look at all videos on the hashtag and tell us which is their favorite.
- No employees of UTR or direct family member can win the competition.
- UTR Ambassadors can enter but can not vote on their own video
- Videos should be under 1 minute long
The US Open is in full swing and we’re sure that you’ve been just as inspired as we have by the incredible play on the court! (We can’t even imagine how the players are holding up in the heat...) The Open always brings out tough battles, rowdy crowds and, of course, signature player style on the world’s biggest stage. Remember Federer’s classic trick shot at the 2014 Open? We want to see your skills! We’re asking you to show us your best trick shot for a chance to win a new HEAD racquet! We can’t promise applause from Michael Jordan, but we definitely can promise some fun. Here’s what we’d love you to do: 1) Take a video of yourself imitating your favorite players trick shot 2) Post it on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #UTRTrickShot while the US Open is going on. We’ll be giving away 3 HEAD racquets to the top - 3 videos voted on by UTR Ambassadors. You can submit your videos starting now through the last day of the US Open (September 9th). Winners will be announced Wednesday, September 12th. Need more inspiration? Check out these skills from Novak Djokovic , Maria Sharapova, and UTR member and tennis pro Claire Carter! You can see all of the submissions here at #UTRTrickShot. Here’s more on the competition and rules: