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Babolat Pure Strike Six-Pack Tennis Bag Review

April 2nd, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Bag Reviews, Training Aids, Tennis Equipment Video Reviews, Tennis Bag Video Reviews

Babolat Pure Strike Tennis Bag

Babolat brings a tennis player’s dream in the form of this Pure Strike bag. This new Babolat six-pack tennis bag has just enough room for your prized racquets while leaving room for your other tennis gear and necessities.


Yoga for Tennis Players

January 20th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Training Aids, Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

Looking for a low impact way to improve your tennis game? Try yoga. Yoga is a very important practice that everyone, especially tennis players, should try. It can help improve cardio, focus, balance, flexibility and strengthen key muscles used when playing tennis. Not only do those traits improve your tennis game, they will also minimize your risk of injury.


OUCH! Isn’t Tennis Elbow Enough?

November 2nd, 2012 by Suzi Martel

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Training Aids, Tennis Lifestyle

When you think of sports that require a lot of jumping, I’ll bet the last sport that crosses your mind is tennis; volleyball and basketball, yes, but tennis, unlikely. However, when it comes to Patellar Tendinitis, better known as Jumper’s Knee, no court sport seems to be spared. Just ask world class tennis Pro Rafael Nadal who has been suffering from this condition for years. Missing golden career opportunity, after opportunity, from the London Olympics and Wimbledon in 2009, to this year’s US Open in New York, this young athlete still holds an impressive 11 Grand Slam titles.



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…