Since 2013, the Smashpoint app has been improving its effectiveness as a match tracking tool and growing its network of users to empower tennis stats enthusiasts.
Jurgen Altziebler and an international team of software designers and developers created Smashpoint to help players of any level record and organize stats like the pros. With opportunities for live match tracking, point by point history, and comparisons against opponents, the app offers a simple and useful method for analyzing your game. Smashpoint’s accessibility as a free multi-platform app makes it an appealing and easily adoptable option for anyone interested in tennis statistics. Speaking with Jurgen, it’s obvious this is a product stemming from passion for the game. The company is aiming to further develop the app’s capabilities in productive ways.
Here is a list of the ways Tennis Techie sees Smashpoint being useful for members of the tennis community.
Report match stats back to coaches who can’t attend every tournament
Feel less stressed or helpless while watching matches
View trends in match play
Keep up with connected players
Give objective feedback to players
Validate suggestions and changes with data
Incorporate data and statistics into tournament results
Easily spread workload with the collaborative and consistently formatted system