As he walks off the court and right past the referee, he tells him to "go fu%# yourself."
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.
As the next milestone in its ongoing resurgence, World TeamTennis announced today that tennis champions and global sports icons Venus Williams and Andy Roddick have become part owners of the business and of the professional team tennis league co-founded by Billie Jean King.
Both longtime Mylan WTT players, Williams and Roddick will help lead the organization forward and have an active voice in…Continue
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This is a comprehensive 30 day course that starts by transforming your serve and continues through all facets of your game. This kind of…Continue
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Your weak return of serve is costing you matches.…Continue
Do you struggle with your toss? If the answer is yes, then you’re not alone. I'd say roughly 3/4 of Tennisopolis members do.
In Pat Rafter's second free video lesson, he shares a story about his struggle to develop a consistent & reliable toss. He also tells us how he solved the problem, confused his own dad, and the rest is history - winning the US Open twice.…Continue
Peter Freeman and I just co-hosted a new radio show called Tennis Mind that is the brainchild of Jason Lampione. I'm sure all the hard core Tennisopolites are familiar with Peter and Jason from the site. Here is the unedited version of our maiden voyage. We need to iron out a few technical kinks, but all in all, it turned out to be a really fun show. Our major guests were former professional tennis player Jeff…Continue
Below is a controversial letter from Wayne Bryan, the father of the number one ranked doubles team, Mike and Bob Bryan. Johan Kriek posted the letter and this short introduction on his facebook page. We are unsure how he had access to it:
Wayne Brian’s letter..A MUST READ!!! Love this guy!!
Here is a letter Wayne Bryan wrote to one of his friends who just took a position with the USTA. But I hope you have as much fun reading it as I did. His sons…Continue
This is something we've wanted to do for a long time. Help us grow Tennisopolis and share the site with your friends, new and old. It is the Tennisopolis Invite Challenge sponsored by The-Tennis-Store.com.
The Top 3 Members will win prizes! First place gets $65.00 in tennis gear, second place wins $35.00 in tennis gear and third place wins a Midnight Machete tennis visor.
How to win.…
Work your way up the Tennisopolis Leaderboard to win free tennis gear! The Top 5 Members will win $120.00, $80.00, $50.00, $30.00 and $20.00 respectively to be redeemed at The-Tennis-Store.com. The-Tennis-Store.com carries a full line of tennis gear…Continue
As spring welcomes the outdoor season, tennis enthusiasts potentially face unwelcome injuries if they do too much too soon and fail to take proper precautions to transition from indoor to outdoor play. For many players, an hour a week indoors is not enough to prepare for the many hours they will spend…Continue
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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…
Midnight Machete Clothing Inc.
Tennis, Golf and Active Wear with Attitude
Midnight Machete was founded in 2009 by a tennis champion who found himself bored with the choices of tennis and golf wear. His vision—to create active apparel with an emphasis on ‘distinctiveness’.…Continue
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Just like a high school dance, the best way to get a partner is by stepping up and saying "Hi".
(This street art was recently spotted in Brooklyn.)