The U.S. Tennis Association bought the support of many outraged park advocates with a $10 million donation to Queens’ flagship park - enough to grease the wheels for a nearly unanimous approval of its expansion plan by the City Council Wednesday.
Looks like. I am recovered from my back problem although I still do many core workouts to keep extra fit. Playing again with no pain. Life is good again. I could not imagine never hitting a tennis ball again. I do prefer clay though as it is less demanding on your back and body overall. Or is it? Since the points last longer, less winners you are hitting more balls. So, you start getting tennis elbow or tendinitis there.Ugghhh. Just keep lifting some weights and exercise to keep playing.…Continue
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The US OPEN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS will officially get underway Monday Aug 29th with first round action but the qualifying rounds are happening now. The behind the scenes action started already as did the 2011 Wilson STring team. Saturday was the first day the racquets were strung onsite, nearly 300 frames strung just today. Although I am not at the open this year, my past experience at the US OPEN will be shared here as will my stringing posts, updates on details of what its like as an…Continue
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Today is quarterfinal day at the Citi Open in College Park, Maryland. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and 8th seeds all survived early rounds and are ready to battle their opponents on the other side of the net and the heat. It was a suffocating kind of heat yesterday afternoon when I arrived at The Tennis Center at College Park, but after the first match and a half it seemed to cool off a bit. This…Continue
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Source: This Week in Tennis
This Week in Tennis headquarters packed up bright and early this morning to drive the 2.5 hours to College Park, Maryland for the inaugural Citi Open. The WTA tournament is being held at the Tennis Center at College Park and features main draw players from 18 different countries.
When I arrived at the event site I was greeted by friendly staff that pointed me in the direction of the…Continue
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This Week in Tennis will be covering the majority of main draw matches at the Citi Open event next week in College Park, Maryland. You may have also heard the tournament referred to as being in Washington, D.C area. Citi Open is a first year event at the WTA International level and will feature Shahar Peer, Nadia Petrova, Tamira Paszek, and Jelena Dokic as its top four seeds. There are only three International level tournaments in the United States.
The Citi Open consists of a 32…Continue
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I am conflicted regarding this tournament that is being held in Hamburg this week. Tennis betting or sports betting in general is ILLEGAL in the United States, but an ATP tournament in Germany is underwritten by an online sports betting company from Austria? First off I do not gamble on tennis or any sport so I find it a little disturbing that we are sending such conflicting signals to our children. Is it not true that the prize money comes from the sponsors and the sponsor is an online…Continue
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Source: This Week in Tennis
US Open prize money has reached record totals with an increase of one million dollars in 2011. The additional prize money makes the total purse, $23.7 million dollars and for the 39th straight year, the United States Tennis Association will offer equal prize money to both men and women. Additionally, the top three men and women finishers in the Olympus US Open Series could earn up to $2.6 million extra…Continue
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http://www.tennisbuddys.com I don't claim to be an expert or even a blogger, I am a novice at this but I enjoy & have fun with it. Still learning from the best...so here goes..
Australian open 2011: After Roddick USA (8) is ousted in round 4 of men's singles in straight sets 6-3,6-4,6-4 by Wawrinka SUI (19), my only remaining fav is Nadal.
I am still…Continue
You love to watch pro tennis and there is no better way to do it than when you have your pride on the line. Fill out a bracket in our Aussie Open Pick-em and prove to everyone your tennis superiority!
Just fill out the bracket here (be sure to pick Tennisopolis as your…
The fortnight at 2010 French Open brought a lot of surprises and witnessed the coronation of an emotional set of champions with Spaniard Rafael Nadal re-affirming his dominance and Francesca Schiavone realising a long-yearning dream with a Grand Slam triumph on Parisian clay.
The 2010 French Open finally came to a close in sensational style when some re-affirmed their supremacy and others rejoiced in that special moment that they dreamt of all their lives. TennisEarth.com…Continue
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Day 11 at the 2010 French Open promises to bring some really good match ups featuring names like Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. After the unexpected exit of Roger Federer last night, the big names in the tennis world have understood the 'Power of the Underdogs'. What's in store for the fans today, let's take a look at the four quarterfinal matches to find out.
Rafael Nadal vs. Nicolas Almagro -…
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