hi, anybody interested in playing tennis, miramar, 33027; look foward to hear soon!
Added by vinod lall on June 30, 2012 at 7:59am — No Comments
A true legend of the sport, Navratilova was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2000. The one-of-a-kind rings are being presented to Hall of Famers at tennis events around the world, in honor of their great achievements in the sport and as an official commemoration of their Hall of Fame induction.…Continue
Added by Steven White on June 29, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
i'm staying with my family in carlsbad for the summer (we are from Phoenix). i can play most thursday, friday, or saturdays during the day. call or email me at 602-526-4274 email@example.com . thanks tye
Added by tye smoole on June 21, 2012 at 11:26am — No Comments
Anyone to play on week day mornings (full day on tuesdays and sundays). I am staying near main and E49th. There are 4 good courts at E57th and ontario (near langara college).
I can travel also if its not very far.
Added by Senthil Kumaran VR on June 19, 2012 at 5:36pm — No Comments
NEWPORT, R.I. — Jack Sock, one of America’s most exciting rising tennis stars, has been awarded a wild card to play in the Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, to be hosted July 9 - 15, 2012 on the grass courts of the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I. At just 19 years old and having competed in only four prior ATP World Tour events, Sock has already caught the attention of the tennis world, and has a major title to his name. In 2011, Sock partnered…Continue
Added by Steven White on June 18, 2012 at 2:49pm — No Comments
David Nalbandian’s disqualification from Sunday’s final of the AEGON Championships at Queen’s Club in London is, without question, one of the most unusual conclusions to a tennis match – and tennis tournament – in the history of the sport. Leading Marin Cilic 7-6, 3-4, the Argentine kicks a wooden advertising base surrounding the service linesman, breaking it and causing part of the sign to jam into the linesman’s shin, causing a bloody one-inch gash in his leg. Chair umpire Fergus Murphy…Continue
Former champions don’t always make good prognosticators, as Steffi Graf, Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova proved when they predicted Serena Williams would win the French Open. The legendary trio was no doubt surprised,…Continue
How to go FROM GOOD TO GREAT, Part 3
As seen in the second article, the figure-8 body motion is undeniably what separates the great or natural athletes from the good ones. But, more importantly, anyone can learn this “magic move” and easily apply it to their sport or activity.
So how is it done - this figure-8?
Most of us need some help when it comes to…Continue
Added by Jack W. Broudy on June 14, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Level 3 tournaments as you know are tournaments of a higher skill level. I had recently won a 14&under level 3 1st round in GA. That tournament was a sign of approvement. This past weekend June 9 I entered a level 3 16&under tournament in Jacksonville, FL. I live in Atlanta, GA. This past week I began my workout training with CoachV, not because of the one tournament, but because I want to get fitter for tennis. The workout required for me to get up at 6:30 am every morning except…Continue
TennisOne's Joe Dinoffer says that the one-time joke on tennis pros used to be, “Racquet back, bend your knees, that’ll be twenty dollars please.” And I'm inclined to agree. At least in the old days, this was more or less the standard of teaching tennis. After all, it worked quite well for millions of players in the 1960s and '70s, didn't it?…Continue
This is my first blog post at tennispolis, and I really enjoy this community:)
I will share with you a basic shoulder prevention program that every tennis player should do. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a pro player. It's important for every tennis player to do these exercises. Many tennis players feel pain in their shoulders, and that is because of poor technique or overuse of the shoulder. In other words, your rotator cuff muscles are weak and…Continue
Level 3 tournaments are not any ordinary tournaments that anyone can play. This is the higher than average players. This is where there are only good players. The ranking you posses must be high enough in order to get in. I haven't got in a single level 3 tournament this year now until June 2.
It was somewhere in Alpharreta in this very, very rich neighborhood. I had played level 3's the previous year but I had never won a match. This place was filled brand new million dollar houses.…Continue
http://www.pntrac.com/t/RUBJTEdJRUBKQ0hLR0BIREVMRQ From Sport's Authority-great ideas for under $50.00
Added by Bill Longua on June 3, 2012 at 9:26am — No Comments
This former World No. 1 has failed to live up to early expectations following her 2008 French Open title. Still, Ana Ivanovic's game is a pattern of solid strokes and aggressive strategies. An offensive baseline attacker, Ivanovic also possesses a big, if unsteady serve. Inspired by Monica Seles, Ivanovic makes her living on the baseline, slugging out flat forehands similar to Maria Sharapova and her…Continue