Rise Tennis Academy Logo Design Contest

Rise Tennis Academy has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 91 designs from 19 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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What We Do

At Rise Academy, we believe tennis brings people together for a multitude of reasons. For some, cardio classes and league practices provide the camaraderie we aspire to in today’s world. For others, the pursuit of excellence drives them into our drill classes or academy workouts. And sometimes, players just like to grab a drink with some friends and hit the ball around for fun. Our programs are designed to teach, to challenge and to assist you in achieving whichever goals you pursue. And, if our classes don’t meet your needs, all of our coaches are available for private lessons and we’ll keep them a secret from the opponents you want to beat.
Target audience: Youth 8 - 18 years old
Adult: 30--50 year old

Industry

Sport

Color Preferences

Open to color options, but would like to stick with colors of a tennis ball and/or court. Possibly paired with a darker shade of either black or dark green.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I love the idea of the ball "rising" like these 2 photos below. Would love it to be more professional than so many cartoonish looking images...so not sure if that will work or something more like the evert logo is better fit.

Themes

Adventure
Colorful

Style Inspiration

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