Tennis Blog

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!!

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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.

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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.

 

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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.

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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….

 

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How To See The Ball As Well As Roger Federer

July 8th, 2012 by Guest Contributor

filed in Tennis How To, Technique On How To Serve And Volley, Tennis News

Britain prepares to enter the customary fortnight of tennis fever at this year’s Wimbledon Championships, showcasing the finest players on the planet who seem to display unnerving hand eye co-ordination and the ability to see shots no others can, but how exactly do they do this?

 

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2012 French Open Might be a Great Showcase for Head YouTek Tennis Racquets

June 16th, 2012 by Christopher Mohr

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

The 2012 French Open is now down to the semifinals for men’s singles and finals for women’s singles. The outcome that Head tennis execs wanted at the outset would be for Maria Sharapova and Novak Djokovic, who both use Head YouTek tennis racquets, to win their respective singles titles. Nothing is better than free advertising, especially when it casts you in a positive light.

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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.

 

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Maria Sharapova’s new Head tennis bags are making a huge buzz

September 28th, 2011 by B. Callin

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Bag Reviews, Tennis News

As if holding a current ranking as the WTA world No. 2 wasn’t enough. Maria Sharapova released a new line of Head tennis bags for women who want their style with function. The Sharapova Combi and the Sharapova Court are all black…

 

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Large Selection of Tennis Bags for Women

August 30th, 2011 by Christopher Mohr

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis News

Many athletic products designed for women have only slight differences than the same product designed for men. A woman's tennis shoe model, for example, is typically no different than the equivalent man's model, other than in size or color. This similarity

 

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