Did you know that there are 8 lighted Tennis courts behind RR High School are open to public ?
I haven't play there yet due to "no partner(s)". If any of you need to play and check those courts out, let me know..
I haven't play much since Thanksgiving, too much parties, good foods, and booze...Need to get back playing..
Have a Happy New Year.
Added by Richard Dinh on December 29, 2010 at 9:32am —
The star-studded field at this year's Hopman Cup will start the tennis season off in Perth, Australia with eight eager teams ready to battle each other for the…
Added by Tennis News on December 25, 2010 at 9:46pm —
Federer has adapted once again to the threats of not only the young guns that could matter. In this category, I could lump together like a bag of stones: Djoko, Soderling, Berdych, Murray. The first three relying more on power and Murray relying on guile and court sense. But in the case of Nadal, he has forged a master strategy, one that I would've advocated from last year.
The increase in aggression after taking Annacone as a coach is dramatic. To win… Continue
Added by Tim Prapong on December 20, 2010 at 5:00pm —
As we approach the middle of December now is the time many of us look back and reflect on the year gone by.
The same goes for the sporting world as well and for Spaniard Rafael Nadal he can look back on 2010 with a feeling of well-deserved satisfaction.
The 24-year-old was named International Tennis Federation world champion for 2010 this week after a blockbusting, title-filled year, although things didn't start to well though for the Majorca-born star.
Added by Thomas Rooney on December 16, 2010 at 9:28am —
Hello Everyone from Mike Mo at Midnight Machete Clothing, Inc! Just want to share a great tennis tip that helped me win some of the tight matches... it's called "The long and the short of it" and goes something like this:
I've found that momentum is a very powerful type of energy to control on the tennis court, but if you keep "THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT" in mind throughout the course of a match, you'll be able to harness that momentum to benefit YOU.
Added by Michael C Morrison on December 15, 2010 at 12:01pm —
As your level of play increases, simply keeping the ball in play may not be enough to win matches. The amount of control you have over the ball then becomes an important factor. Your shot placements can make all the difference. Maybe your opponent has good ground strokes and is able to effectively stay in every rally with you. If you have the ability to hit the ball short to him, high and low, in close and outside, then you will probably be able to discover more weaknesses as well as keep… Continue
Added by Steven White on December 14, 2010 at 4:09pm —
One of the best ways to gain control of a point in progress is accomplished by gaining control of the ball and the direction you want it to go. And although all of the great players in tennis history have learned the importance of quick feet, they have also learned that once they reach the ball it is equally important to use the correct swing to direct the ball with control.…
Added by Steven White on December 14, 2010 at 7:47am —
I got a sneak peak of the new Head shoes coming out in March. I need to buy one type of shoe for men and another for women. They all look great but I need help on which I should get based on looks. They all have pretty much the same qualities and features and the price will range between 89 to 109. Let me know what you think!
This is the Men's Insane Pro. I like how it kind of wraps around the foot.…
Added by Roddy @ ProAm Tennis on December 10, 2010 at 12:02pm —
Nothing can hurt your game more than a negative attitude and a lack of enthusiasm for what you are doing. Ask your self a question. Who is responsible for your attitude? Well, I’m here to tell you that it is you and you alone. Strive to form positive thoughts in your head and in your heart whenever you walk on the court.
The fiercest opponent you’ll probably ever face in tennis is a “bad attitude”. Tremendous abilities can be wasted when a bad attitude sets in. It can block… Continue
Added by Steven White on December 9, 2010 at 10:00pm —
Many tennis bettors are expecting more of the same when the 2011 season gets underway, with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer picking up their magnificent rivalry where they left off this year and dominating the Grand Slams and odds in betting
markets in the process. With tough competition hopefully coming from players like Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, the 2011 season is sure to hold its fair share of excitement and intrigue but should we be looking… Continue
Added by Thomas Rooney on December 9, 2010 at 6:09am —
Teaching young children is not as easy as you might think. It can be very challenging. There are some adults, coaches and parents who are born with the gift of being able to communicate with children with great ease. For coaches and parents with less teaching experience where small children are concerned, here are some general principles that you should… Continue
Added by Steven White on December 7, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Added by ITC Las Vegas on December 7, 2010 at 3:14pm —
Although the traditional way of teaching youngsters is still the mainstream of introducing the game, a modern style of playing and teaching is beginning to raise its head even at the beginner level. The modern game is a variation that uses different techniques of preparation and ball striking. The recent explosion of “modern tennis” was and is still being created… Continue
Added by Steven White on December 6, 2010 at 8:12am —
When was the last time you walked onto a tennis court just to hit a few balls with a friend or practice partner without having a specific purpose in mind? To make the most of your court time, my advice is to use your practice time wisely. You would do well to remember this very important point – “aimless hitting” produces “aimless play”. Balls that are directed… Continue
Added by Steven White on December 5, 2010 at 2:00pm —
i live in miami i looking to get back playing more often. i used to play 4.5 so im like a 4.0 right now. If anyone intested in playing a match contacted me .
Added by leyvis concepcion on December 3, 2010 at 11:19pm —
I got to play doubles with this stick Tuesday evening. I have been using the Wilson 6.1 starting from the ProStaff 6.1 Classic to the 6.1 95 BLX most of my tennis life. I wasn’t too sure how the Prince EXO3 Tour 16×18 would feel since it is only 10.9oz unstrung as opposed to my 6.1 with a 11.7oz unstrung weight. I was also worried about the 100in headsize instead of 95in like my 6.1.
Well neither mattered. I loved it! With the lighter weight I was…
Added by Roddy @ ProAm Tennis on December 2, 2010 at 9:16am —
Added by Sharapovanovic on December 1, 2010 at 11:55pm —