Is anyone interested in starting a book club for Andre Agassi's book "Open"? Blog me.
Added by Becky on May 25, 2010 at 10:25pm —
If I get tickets for the semifinals and finals at Indian Wells what does that include-- one singles and one doubles match each day? Mens or womens?
Added by Becky on January 9, 2010 at 10:13pm —
I watched Nadal play the semifinal Cincinnati match tonight against Djokovic and he was wearing a skin-colored, wide strip of tape over his stomach. You could see the tape when his shirt flipped up. None of the ESPN commentators knew what it was or knew of any stomach injuries he had. Does anybody know what this is about?
Added by Becky on August 22, 2009 at 10:46pm —
Does anybody know where I can get a Nadal-inspired Vamos! ceramic travel mug? There's a site that advertises on Tennisopolis that sells them, but they are out of stock. I've looked around but with no success. It looks like this:
Added by Becky on September 28, 2008 at 7:57pm —
I'm interested in setting up some matches with women players who are also 3.5 level players that live in San Diego. Let me know if your interested.
Added by Becky on September 25, 2008 at 8:11pm —
I often use most of my energy during the first set and feel that I don't have enough energy to get me through the second or sometimes third set. There have been times where I have one the first set and should have one the second set, but lose the match because I get too tired and make too many errors. What can I do to increase my stamina? What in between match training do you recommend? Other advice??
Added by Becky on September 8, 2008 at 8:07pm —
Several people I have played recently have begun warming up by starting in the service box. I don't see the value in this. We don't volley, we just hit the ball softly back in forth in the box. I am more used to and comfortable with warming up at the baseline since these warm up rallies resemble most of the match play. I have done this kind of service box warm up before at clinics but I just don't get why it is done. Does anybody know why?
Added by Becky on August 24, 2008 at 8:19pm —
In a recent match my opponent fell when trying to return my shot. Her fall was not a result of stepping on a ball, she was just running to the net and tripped and fell. I asked her if she was all right and she was. I gave her a few minutes to recover and then she asked to take the point over. I agreed because I didn't want to appear cold, but I felt that I should have got the point as she was unable to return the shot. Does anyone know the official rule on this? Is there a rule or is it just… Continue
Added by Becky on August 13, 2008 at 2:32pm —