One of the main objectives of TennisGate LTD Niederlassung Deutschland (hereafter referred to as, TennisGate) is to provide the most secure and confidential service possible, ensuring the privacy of Users’ communications and personal data compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which took effect on May 25 2018.
These General Terms and Conditions apply to the use of the TennisGate services – which can be accessed at https://ptr.tennisgate.com and its subdomains and to all transactions which customers enter into with TennisGate LTD Niederlassung Deutschland (hereinafter referred to as “TennisGate”; more details can be found under 2. Person of the vendor) in relation to commercial goods. Commercial goods in this connection comprise, without being restricted thereto, video training courses on permanent data storage media or online video training courses, as individual products or as a subscription, as well as licences to use online training courses via the TennisGate online services or on the basis of separately agreed licensing agreements. The General Terms and Conditions of TennisGate shall apply exclusively in the version which is currently applicable. TennisGate shall have the right to modify the current General Terms and Conditions at any time and in particular to adapt them to reflect amended legal or commercial conditions. The amendment shall become effective with the following order placed by the customer via the TennisGate online services. TennisGate does not recognise any other differing terms and conditions. Differing terms and conditions may only become part of the contract in exceptional circumstances if TennisGate acknowledges them by way of an explicit written confirmation.
The supplier and vendor is …
im Friedengrund 8
Villingen-Schwenningen, 78050, Germany
Phone: +49 (761) 61254135
Freiburg Register Court HRB 702613
Use at your own risk
TennisGate is certainly not intended as a substitute for personal instruction and support from experts. TennisGate is designed to complement this and support their work in a purposeful way. In general, you use the TennisGate services at your own risk. TennisGate would particularly like to emphasise that all training content on the website and in the products sold by TennisGate are intended for people who are healthy and certifiably fit for sports. TennisGate does not accept liability for personal damages which arise from undertaking TennisGate exercises.
The content and design of TennisGate services is the intellectual property of TennisGate LTD Deutsche Niederlassung (publisher). All content of the representational website, include the subdomains, are copyright protected. This includes, but is not limited to, images, audio, videos and texts. Any reproduction or rendering of the entire content or parts of it in any form require explicit written permission. This information is only intended for personal use. All use which goes above and beyond this, particularly its storage in databases, its copying and any form of commercial use as well as its transmission to third parties – both in parts or in revised form – is strictly prohibited without the written approval of TennisGate LTD. Links to www.tennisgate.com are welcomed. Embedding or integrating our content into third party frames is only permitted with the written approval of TennisGate LTD and only if its origins are clearly described.
Use of this site
Warranty and liability
TennisGate shall also not be liable for the content of the online training, in particular the formal accuracy and lawfulness and the accuracy and lawfulness of the content of the statements, text, pictures, audio or video clips, source texts, instructions etc. which are contained therein.
This liability disclaimer shall also apply – within the scope of what is legally permitted – to any liability under the German Civil Code and to claims against employees, contractors, bodies or vicarious agents of TennisGate.
TennisGate accepts no liability for any technical faults which occur in the operation of the online portal. TennisGate also reserves the right to stop operating the portal at any time; however, this shall not prejudice the due processing of contracts which have already been concluded. Despite taking the utmost care and using the latest technology, TennisGate cannot offer any guarantee that it will be possible to access its servers at all times. The temporary failure or temporary inaccessibility of these servers shall therefore not entitle the customer to withdraw from the contract or make claims for compensation.
Third-party rights (copyrights)
The customer acknowledges that rights of third parties, in particular copyrights and other intellectual property rights, exist in relation to the purchase item. The customer shall undertake to use the purchase item only within the scope of what is permitted under the contract and/or by law and to strictly comply with any licensing conditions that may apply. This applies in particular to texts and linguistic works, including software, databases as well as images, video and/or audio clips.
The above point applies to rights of TennisGate to its website and the content on it such as texts, graphics, logos, trademarks, titles, programs, pricing arrangements, databases and other services accordingly.
Place of performance, applicable law, partial nullity and place of jurisdiction
The place of performance is Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany; German law shall apply to the exclusion of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
In the event that individual provisions in these T&Cs contradict mandatory statutory regulations or are invalid, the remaining provisions shall still be effective. If one provision in these terms and conditions should be or become invalid, the General Terms and Conditions shall otherwise remain valid. The invalid provision is to be reworded or expanded or replaced so that the commercial intention which was being pursued here is achieved as far as possible.
The court in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany which exercises commercial jurisdiction shall be responsible for handling any disputes arising from this contract.
Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany, January, 14, 2023