Just received a package of demo tennis balls from X-Ball which is a division of a not for profit employee owned co-operative ‘Pennies for Reading’ in Reading, Pennsylvania, USA. X-BALL is working hard with all the other companies within the organization to create jobs and economic growth for the city that according to the last census, is the ‘poorest city’ in the United States.
The vision of producing the best tennis balls in the world, is now bigger as we build the best…Continue
I haven't been on The Topolis for a while (not that anyone missed me) as we have been ramping up (that's high tech BS business jargon for simply working on a project) and finding sponsors for our coverage of Family Circle Cup in Charleston, SC, to begin March…Continue
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Here are some of the pics I shot from Indianwells 2014 and am sharing many of them on https://twitter.com/TennisopolisTV
Would love to hear your comments and experiences from #bnppo14 below! Do you have pics too? …Continue
We've reached 4000 twitter followers!
A big milestone for @tennisopolis this week as we've been tweeting live from the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. Follow us for interesting on location, behind the TV screen info from the BNP. Tweet to us @tennisopolis and let us know you're a member. We follow back all Tennisopolis members.
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An intimate look at the world of high school Tennis through a coach's eyes for other coaches, players, and parents.
Tennis Tip: Ever have trouble with the high ball? Today I uncover the top 3 mistakes you are making and how to fix them.
If you do this exercise with me you will be taking the ball on the rise like Roger Federer in no time....
Enjoy this video and make sure to follow along with me.…Continue
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Seles, born in the former Yugoslavia, is one of several No. 1 players who trained or boarded at the academy, including Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Maria Sharapova, Marcelo Rios, and Serena and Venus Williams. Sharapova, who owns a house in nearby Longboat Key, still uses the academy as a base. Other active players who have trained there recently…Continue
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The Nike Store offers its Nike Air Men's Cage Court Tennis Shoes in Volt/White/Dusty Grey or Gamma Blue/Brave Blue/White/Dusty Grey for $39.97. Coupon code "BESTINGAME" cuts the price to $31.98. With $8 for shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $16. They're available in select sizes 4.5 to 13 14, although not in all size/color combinations.…Continue
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I recently teamed up with Kevin Garlington to make a new serving lesson video. Learning how to serve is hard enough, but then implementing the serve into match play is another challenge in itself.
In this brand new video your going to learn little knows serving strategies for righty and lefties that the pros use to win matches and that you can use by the time you finish watching this video.
The reason why serving strategies are so important is because having one, allows you to…Continue
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MEN & WOMEN 3.5-4.5 DRILLS/CLINIC. 8-10AM DAILY WITH ANNIE ROCKWELL @BALLY'S. ROCKWELLTENNISLV.COM, ROCKWELLTENNIS@COX.NET.
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Cornet’s has only managed to take a set off the American once in their previous three match-ups! French Revolution!
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If you are eating chicken wings with your non-racket hand during league match play and beating your opponent, you are probably a sandbagger.…
Do you ever wonder what to do with those high floaters in the middle of the court? I mean should you volley it in to be safe or whale away? Today I am going to show you what Rafa Nadal would do and how you can use this shot in your game.
So choice A is to volley it with a punch. Do you think Rafa would choose choice A? Maybe sometimes but most of the time he would…Continue
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Actually, the topic here is not about another calf muscle, although the debate is ongoing about whether or not this muscle, the Soleus, may take claim to its own separate existence or is it part of what we most often think of as our calf muscles, the …Continue
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Recently, Rafael Nadal has been catching some heat from Federer for his lengthy breaks and according to a survey, about three-quarters of us fans are unhappy with his many mini-vacations during matches as well, although officials…Continue
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