You may have seen Kobe, Dwight Howard or Iverson wear them. They keep the blood flowing and they help with arm Fatigue, and since i been working on hitting balls from the baseline hard i found my arms being sore and fatigue a lot, so my dad bought me a pair and i tried them and they seem to work and i thought…Continue
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As a published author and member of the United States Tennis Writers Association, I recently had a chance to read and review Wimbledon: 101 Reasons to Love the Best Tournament in Tennis. Written by David Green and published by Stewart, Tabori & Chang, this wonderfully illustrated book offers readers an opportunity to travel back in time. Encompassing over a century of history, the author uses photographs, facts and charming stories to take you on a visual tour of…Continue
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Hi All- I have been out of the tennis loop for longer than I care to say. This is just a quick reference for those who are looking to post their skill level asap. Cheers, Saralee
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I am looking for Tennis Partner in Manassas area, please
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Hello fellow tennis lovers!
I have recently started a blog for my retail tennis pro shop in Adelaide, Australia. I will be adding content every week from all perspectives: Shop owner, customer, player, coach and all round fan of the game.
I will also be looking to swap links with other tennis related blogs and sites. If you are interested please friend me and let me know!
At the moment it is quite bare but we hope to have some posts up in the next couple of…Continue
GOOD READING: A new book for kids, "Bring Your Racquet: Tennis Basics for Kids" by Steven White offers some good advice for everyone's mental game.
"The first thing you should do if you ever find yourself choking is to slow down," White writes. "Slow down your breathing, slow down your walk, and, most of all, slow down your tendency to play fast. Attempt to clear your mind of all unwanted thoughts. Take a deep breath and recommit your thoughts to the challenge of the match. Long,…Continue