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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Founded in Lyon, France 1875, Babolat invented racket strings and is the oldest company specializing in racket sports. The Babolat "Double line" logo…Continue
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Let's call this an opinion piece, a personal opinion, which I imagine most of my ramblings on about basically are.
The WTA has already partnered SAP to provide analytical point-by-point match data that can be used by coaches and players for their own post-match analysis and other purposes, but the technology, based upon or run on the SAP HANA…Continue
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According to the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet, Caroline Wozniacki has fired yet another tennis coach, this time for wanting to go on holiday rather than join her for some training in Dubai.
Something is rotten in Denmark and perhaps with northern Europe. If you have looked at the …Continue
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just ordered it from Ebay for $4.39 and can't wait to see what all the talk is about. Has it helped you?
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Many tennis players ask me how do i buy a tennis racket. Buying a tennis racket is a very important decision. The first thing you want to consider is what level tennis player are you? Beginner intermediate or advanced.
The next thing you want to asking when deciding on a tennis racket is...what do you want the racket to do for you? Are you look for more power or control on your shots?
And the final thing to consider is…
Added by Peter Freeman on December 31, 2013 at 10:47am — No Comments
The backhand return can be tricky for lots of tennis players to master. Most people end up hitting off the back leg and the ball pops up. This exercise will help you develop muscle memory that will have you moving forward through the ball. Enjoy.
Added by Peter Freeman on December 14, 2013 at 9:33am — No Comments
Understanding how topspin works will hopefully help you get over your fear of going for your shots, especially when hitting your second serve with a continental grip. Watch this video for further explaination.
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Rafael Nadal is a fierce competitor. Just before he serves, he often gives his opponent a look reminiscent of a snarl. But contrary to what some of us might be thinking, that doesn’t mean he’s about to try to serve that opponent off the court. More often than not, he’s just looking for an effective…Continue
All he needs to do is fix a few mishaps on his forehand and regain the confidence in what was at one time the best forehand in…Continue
IT IS NOT!
Let me explain.
From baseline to baseline, a groundstroke loses more than half its speed. A forehand hit at 100 MPH at one baseline gets to the other baseline at around 40 MPH. One hit…Continue
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If you are losing, and you see your opponent is better than you on groundstrokes, there is something you can try. Volley…Continue
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