Playing collegiate tennis is the dream of most junior tennis players in the United States and all over the world. The process of finding a school and a …Continue
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I have heard a Soccer Mom talk of attending a recital, ballet practice, and a PTA meeting all scheduled at 9am! Do not ask me how; I am not a soccer mom! Coaching in the burbs, gave me the opportunity to witness these Wonder women types in action.
Soccer moms are quite efficient when it comes to arranging, scheduling, multiple events and commitments…Continue
Im looking for a hitting partner that is 4.0-5.0 player.....
I'm a very consistent player that has been playing for a long time. I have won some satellite and Open touraments and would like to find a doubles partner....... And im also going back into touraments so i need a partner that can help me do practice sets....
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The best way is almost always word of mouth. If you do not have that opportunity and tennis is a new adventure to you, take trial lessons from 3 different coaches within your vicinity and see what works for you. Most clubs and coaches have promo rates, ask. Some let you sit in on a group lesson and get a hang of it. Does it sounds a little like the dating scene, absolutely and the concept is quite similar, if you are going to invest time, money, and sweat, you deserve a good result out of…Continue
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My Best friend back in NYC is a Professional Race Car driver. no kidding.
He has over ten years experience.
This is his Website. Louis "Topspeed" Albornoz
here is the link to a prize drawing http://www.topspeedracer.com/prize-drawing.html
So if you enter his contest and Win you can get a free tennis lesson from me.
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Anyone who knows me know that I am a lover of anything tennis and fitness related. I am in count down mode till the French Open. USTA spring league is underway and I am playing in 2 different leagues. I am so thankful for my P90X/Insanity Hybrids that I did during the winter months. I can definitely…Continue
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Hope you all enjoyed the weekend! Here is part two of the series, “Playing Your First Tournament”. It’s all about actually playing the match. I hope you enjoy this article as much as I enjoyed writing it and I know it will help you play your first actual tournament match!
Playing the Match
You’ve set your goals, packed your bag and checked in to the…Continue
Added by Phil Naessens Tennis Academy on October 25, 2010 at 7:45am — No Comments
I’ve written quite a few articles on the sport of tennis but none of them really took off like the “Playing Your First Tournament” series that I did on www.tennis4you.com. Some of the local kids will be playing their first tournaments this school year so I thought I’d put this series up there for you to check out and enjoy!
Whether you are a 10-year-old junior or a 50-year-old woman who’s just started playing…Continue
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Don’t tell me it includes Motrin®, Tylenol® or any number of other pain relievers. If so, we have got to talk.
For years I have been watching many of my USTA league teammates and other tennis players routinely pop a few of these seemingly harmless little pills just before a match. I can understand the need to cover up those aches and pains from tennis elbow, aching knees and the like, but the whole “ignorance is bliss” mantra can be really short lived…Continue
Added by Annette Walbon on June 21, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments
Now that the long and grueling clay court season, owned by one man, is done, we’ve now entered not only the midpoint of the season but for some tennis purists the only part of the season that matters. And although it’s probably premature to start analyzing the recent early exits by top seeds at the Queen’s Club event while Roger Federer cruises to what looks like another trophy at Halle, it’s probably more fascinating to try and analyze why this time of year, always so brief and almost…Continue
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