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My Trip to the U.S. Open: Babolat Tennis Bag Style

September 25th, 2012 by Suzi Martel

filed in Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle

Like my visor? I got it at the U.S. Open last week.  Now I know what you’re thinking, dogs are not allowed at the U.S. Open; why do you think I’m in this Babolat tennis bag?! It pays to be small… and powerful. Besides, I figured if Pierre Djokovic can hitch a ride on his human’s coat tails and go to Wimbledon, I might as well give it a shot, right? Good news, it worked!!


Come for the Tennis, Stay for the Culture

September 14th, 2012 by Guest Contributor

filed in Tennis Lifestyle

Hard work, dedication, practice, sweat, skill, focus, endurance, excitement, victory, loss, tennis. There are probably hundreds of other words to describe this amazing sport. It dates back hundreds of years and has been a celebrated sporting event and tradition just as long. Played for both recreation and competition, tennis forms a life-long bond in the hearts of those who share its passion. This passion is brought to life at the Australian Open Tennis, the first of four yearly events in the Grand Slam which will kick off in January of 2013. This week-long event encompasses some of the most skilled tennis professionals there are and those who wish to celebrate the sport with them would be erroneous to miss this Open.


Makin’ a Racket About My Tennis Racquet

September 10th, 2012 by Dee Adams

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews, Tennis Lifestyle

When I was a novice player taking lessons in college, my first racquet was actually a gift. Let me rephrase that; it was more of a hand-me-down. But hey, I thought it was so cool, my first tennis racquet. That was in 1998 and they have come a long way, even since then. I still have that ol’ thing and have used it as a benchmark when reviewing or shopping for others up until the latest and greatest left my little guy in the dust.


A New Tennis Legend in the Making?

July 25th, 2012 by Guest Contributor

filed in Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle

Many would say that Rafael Nadal is headed for super stardom.Some would say he is already there.  But, the one thing every tennis fan can agree on is that Nadal is going to be a legend of the court.  His career has been short, only beginning in 2002 at the tender age of 15. In April of that year he played his first career ATP match and won, defeating Ramon Delgado.  He was only the 9th player in what is considered the Open Era to do this before the age of 16….



Less Talk is More Before Your Kids Tennis Match

July 23rd, 2012 by Guest Contributor

filed in Tennis Lifestyle, Youth Sports

As a young junior player I was always nervous when it was competition time. My friends would add some extra pressure saying thinks like: “I know this guy; you should beat him in less than 20 minutes!”, “Oh, you'll have an easy match!”, “You beat him all the time in practice; it should be easy this time too!” or “This guy is number one seed; good luck!” etc. Whether you are a tennis player or a tennis parent who doesn't know what to tell his/her kid before a match, here is my personal suggestion…



User Friendly Tennis Tool Helps Master the Serve

July 5th, 2012 by Celia Taghdiri

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Training Aids, Tennis Lifestyle, Youth Sports

For tennis players who aspire to perform and serve at the optimum level, the Total Serve is designed for you. Based on knowledge of physical movements and different sporting activities, owner and inventor Lisa Dodson has created a tool that educates players what the accurate tennis serve and throwing motion “feel like.” Lisa has enjoyed an illustrious career in tennis. For more then 30 years, she has played tennis professionally, coached, managed tennis clubs and acted as the USTA professional tournament director. She has coached tennis players as young as 5 and as old as 85! But for many years, she used a tube sock with 3 tennis balls in it to help players understand what the proper serve should feel like. The sock, however, did not have a solid grip. Lisa says, “I found so much success with my clients with this simple tool that I decided to make…



Showing Your Tennis Racquet The “Love” It Deserves

May 1st, 2012 by Courtney

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews, Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

When you hear the world “love” on the tennis court you can only hope that it is referring to your competitor`s score rather than your own, but there is another “love” that tennis players sometimes forget about… love for your tennis racquet! Unlike the old wooden tennis racquets…



Victoria Tennis Academy in Kenya Launches Junior Aces Program

December 27th, 2011 by Belinda Callin

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews, Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle

The USTA recently announced their successful completion of 3000 tennis courts in the U.S. The project was a part of the 10 and Under Tennis initiative to help bring a love of tennis to children in the hopes of creating more top ranked American’s in the future.



Athletes and Proper Nutrition

November 18th, 2011 by Celia Taghdiri

filed in Tennis Lifestyle

As I grabbed my new Head YouTek tennis racquet to meet my girlfriend at the court, I suddenly remembered the recent information I had come across regarding improving one’s general athletic performance via proper nutrition. So I decided to make a quick stop at the local farmer’s ...



What’s so great about portable tennis nets?

October 21st, 2011 by Hans Paino

filed in Tennis Lifestyle

Portable tennis nets are not seen that often but they can be great to have if you love to play tennis.  This is so, because you can set it up and play tennis anytime or pretty much anywhere you want to. I have had die-hard tennis players ...


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