Cutting to the chase, allow me to just come right out and ask, “Can tennis be considered an art form?” I am like so sure that question has been asked and answered more times than there are art forms in its definition, but I just have to put in my two cents worth. Let’s begin with a somewhat condensed definition of art. This could get lengthy, but here it goes.
In not so artsy terms, art can be defined as a wide and varied array of human activities and the…Continue
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if you are in the LA area, please come out to our 5K 10K run and walk Sunday Oct 27, 2013 @…Continue
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Anyone want to play tennis during the week in the mornings in a chicagoland area level-4-4,5?
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In modern tennis you approach the ball with the racquet’s frame, the upper edge,…Continue
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Tennis is usually a reflection of the emotional tone level and the technical knowledge or “feel” of the individual. Learning from the emotional “tone scale” research by L. Ron Hubbard, we can see where the individual places himself to play tennis. Anger or fear, apathy, interest, enthusiasm, anxiety;…Continue
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I have decided that I like my new career as a mobile Tennis professional who goes here and there teaching. Recently I dedicated myself to helping follow up with new people to Tennis, especially in the East Bay Tennis group. I want to help everyone find a great place to play. Of course, it would be nice if I also picked up a few lessons from that, but I will help people regardless. Currently I am weighing a geographical switch to my Tennis, will I gravitate more toward Oakland, Hayward, or…Continue
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Tennisopolis has been invited to join Billie Jean King, Mary Carillo, Pam Shriver, and many other tennis greats at the 2013 Billie Jean King & Friends Event! And your invited too!
This year’s event will include a special presentation of the Joe Shapiro Award to Billie Jean King’s tennis coaches at Cal State L.A., Dr. Joan Johnson and Cameron “Scotty” Deeds. Johnson, as coach of the women’s team, and Deeds, as coach of the men’s team, ran…Continue
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Looking for somebody in the area to play some tennis (practice) nothing serious just hit some balls and get involve in some exercise ones or twice a week, prefer early morning, thanks
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We have a game every Wed-Thurs-Fri at Reed Park in Santa Monica from 9 to 11 AM. We are a group of seniors playing at a 3.5 to 4 level for the fun of it. We're looking for players to play one to 3 days on a regular basis. You can reach me at my email email@example.com
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Have you ever used a sponge ball (those oversized orange/yellow now sold for kids) and played it back and forth over the net with your hand?
This is perhaps the most basic and most helpful drill of all.
If you don't have a partner, you can do this drill against a wall or your garage door. Once…Continue