Tennis Blog

Tennis Racquets, Apparel and Other Accessories Now on Sale for Summer 2013

June 10th, 2013 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle

Do It Tennis, a leading retailer of tennis racquets, apparel, and accessories, is pleased to announce some of their many summer 2013 sales.

 

Read More...

Announcing Racquet Pro – The Exclusive Tool From Do It Tennis

May 8th, 2013 by Do It Tennis

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

Do It Tennis in Oceanside, California, one of Southern California’s premier tennis retailers, has implemented an online tool to their web site called Racquet Pro. Racquet Pro is a tool which allows customers to input their personal tennis racquet preferences such as racquet price range, player level, swing type etc. to help them compare tennis racquet brands before making a purchase.

Read More...

The Ultimate Work-out Buddy for the Whole Family

February 27th, 2013 by Suzi Martel

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

According to Statistic Brain, three of the top ten New Year’s Resolutions are health improvement related. Gym memberships increase by 30% in January, as eager to get in shape individuals crowd into neighborhood gyms, waiting their turn on the treadmills and weight machines. Those who prefer working out at home to avoid the grunting, groaning, waiting, and sweaty odor of a crowded gym, opt to purchase home equipment; usually a treadmill for a more private work out in a more ambient atmosphere.

Read More...

Good Sport or Bad Sport?

February 13th, 2013 by Suzi Martel

filed in Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle, Youth Sports

Merriam-Webster defines sportsmanship as conduct becoming to one participating in a sport; that conduct being, fairness, respect for one’s opponent, and graciousness in winning or losing. Wikipedia touts that good sportsmanship is when teammates, opponents, coaches, and officials treat each other with respect and that the real winners in sports are those who know how to persevere and to behave with dignity – whether they win or lose the game.

Read More...

Non-Profit Seeks to Make Tennis Backboards More Easily Available

January 8th, 2013 by Christopher Mohr

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

Many campaigns have been launched in the name of improving diet and fitness in recent years. A few years ago, the National Football League started the Play 60 campaign encouraging children to be active at least 60 minutes a day in an effort to prevent child obesity. Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop founded Shape Up America in 1994 to address obesity. Many other organizations dedicated to health and fitness like these were created to promote and educate the public about fitness and more healthy lifestyles. One of the more unusual ones, Project Tennis Backboard, seeks to make tennis backboards more available to the public.

Read More...

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!!

Read More...

Yes Folks, Venus Williams Is Human.

September 12th, 2012 by Guest Contributor

filed in Tennis News

Venus Williams proved over the weekend that she is human. After withdrawing from last year’s US Open, Venus announced that she suffers from Sjögren’s Syndrome. There is little known about this autoimmune disease but fatigue and joint pain are usually associated with it. Many people afflicted by Sjögren Syndrome visit a back specialist to help bring relief to persistent pain. According to the Mayo Clinic, Sjögren’s disease is extremely rare, affecting only about 1% of the population. Women are more affected by the disease than men, and most aren’t diagnosed until middle age.

Read More...

U.S. Open Street Sale

August 28th, 2012

filed in Tennis News

Join Do It Tennis at 1658 Ord Way in Oceanside for music, refreshments and discount prices on tennis gear.

Select women's Prince apparel ~ $7.99
Men's Performance cooling crew ~ $6.99
Women's tennis bags ~ Starting at $20
Any regularly priced item ~ 15% off
Performance tennis racquets ~ 20% off

Every $5 spent earns one raffle ticket for a chance to win a performance racquet valued at over $200.

 

Read More...

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2012 Olympic Feat

August 5th, 2012 by Christopher Mohr

filed in Tennis News

France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga just won the longest match in Olympic history with a 6-3, 3-6, 25-23 win over Canadian Nilos Raonic. The 66 game match took three hours and 56 minutes, breaking the previous Olympic record of 48 games when Chilean Fernando Gonzalez defeated American Taylor Dent in Athens in 2004, 6-4, 2-6, 16-14 to win the bronze medal in men’s singles.

Read More...

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….

 

Read More...

Page 2 of 3 pages  < 1 2 3 >