ScoreBand has announced that Camden Riviere, the number three professional court tennis player in the world, has signed with them to act as an official Product Ambassador. As a Product Ambassador, Riviere will represent ScoreBand in all tournaments as well as promote it to his professional networks.
Riviere, originally from Charleston, SC, grew up playing court tennis at the Aiken Tennis Club in Aiken, SC. Mentored by his father, grandfather and Coach, Mike Devine, Riviere played his first tournament at age 7 and by age 12 was competing in top level amateur tournaments. He turned professional in 2005 and moved to England to work at the Hampton Court Palace court. By 2008, Riviere was ranked number 2 in the world and had acquired an impressive resume full of titles including US Open Doubles and Singles Champion, French Open Doubles Champion, European Open Champion and US Professionals Singles Champion. He was a finalist at the French Open Singles for three years in a row and at the British Open Singles/Doubles.
Riviere was the youngest player to ever compete at the World Championship Singles Challenger, at age 21. More recently, Riviere captured the title of US Professionals Singles Champion in 2010, 2011 and 2012. And in September, 2012 he won the French Open Doubles and Singles Championship.
Riviere believes ScoreBand will help Court Tennis players immensely. He states: “I am excited to be a part of the ScoreBand Team. Court Tennis is a game with such complicated rules that people will actually pay their pro instructor to keep score for them! Now, with ScoreBand, players can concentrate on how to win points instead of who won the last point.”
ScoreBand is the world’s first 4-in-1, multi-sport scorekeeping wristband watch. Complete with 4 modes - Time, Tennis, Golf and AllScore – ScoreBand provides quick-touch scorekeeping functionality to allow players to focus more on their game and less on the score.