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Ame & Lulu Tennis Bags Serve Up Courtside Style

August 11th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Ame & Lulu Tennis Bags Serve Up Courtside Style

  Ame & Lulu tennis bags bring high fashion to the tennis court. Available in styles that work for players on the go including a tennis backpack, tennis tote, tennis court bag and tennis tour bag. The designer tennis bags come in preppy colors, sharp stripes and contemporary graphic patterns. Models are so functional they have multiple uses. Great for the tennis court, beach, poolside or weekend getaway.

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San Diego Aviators Lead Orange County in WTT Opener Series

August 9th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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San Diego Aviators lead Orange County in WTT opener series

The San Diego Aviators lead the Orange County Breakers 2 matches to 1 in the raucous opening series of the 2016 World Team Tennis season. Each team match was hard fought with several keeping teams in contention to the last game or even point. The concentrated season is a chance for tennis professionals to stay in shape in the lull after Wimbledon and the run up tournaments before the 2016 U.S. Open Championships.

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San Diego Aviators Ready to Take Flight for 2016 Mylan World Team Tennis Season

July 28th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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San Diego Aviators Ready to Take Flight for 2016 Mylan World Team Tennis Season

Professional team tennis returns to the Southern California area as the San Diego Aviators kick off their Mylan World Team Tennis season at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California. This year the Aviators (again coached by tennis pro mainstay John Lloyd the former longtime British Davis Cup team coach) are fielding a number of successful returning players and some exciting new tennis pros.

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What is it about Wimbledon and Weddings?

July 26th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Lifestyle

What is it about Wimbledon and Weddings

Is the grass? This year following and even during the 2016 Wimbledon tennis championships three top tennis professional Dominka Civuklkova, Ana Ivanovic, and even youngster and Ranch Santa Fe, CA resident Taylor Fritz made their intentions clear and either wed or got engaged.
Do two weeks among the stuffy traditionalists at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club influence the couples to make it legal? Or could it be the mandatory whites that inspire the potential brides and their beaus to take the plunge?

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Choosing the Right Tennis Racquet Grip Size

July 21st, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Grip Reviews

Choosing the Right Tennis Racquet Grip Size

Tennis players typically spend much time and money researching and buying the best tennis racquet for their style of play and skill level. But if they skip or rush through the vital step of choosing the right tennis racquet grip size all of that previous effort is wasted. The wrong grip can be uncomfortable and affect a tennis players swing control, match endurance, shot mechanics and overall confidence. The right tennis grip size can improve all those aspects of your tennis game.

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Tennis Bag Review: Court Couture Barcelona Tennis Bags for Women Who Love Fashion

July 19th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Tennis Bag Review Court Couture Barcelona Tennis Bags for Women Who Love Fashion

The hottest fashion trend in designer tennis bags is the sling model.  Slim and stylish they are a departure from the large bulky duffel bags of the past. Court Couture has introduced a fabulous line of sling designs they’ve called the Barcelona. As hot as a midday tennis match on a red clay court in Spain, these tennis bags for women even come with a matching clutch for that post match lunch or tennis pro-shop purchase.

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Doubles Tennis Training Tips: Train Like the Bryan Brothers

July 14th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To

Doubles Tennis Training Tips: Train Like the Bryan Brothers

It’s unlikely anyone can match the Bryan Brothers success on the doubles tennis court. But all players can improve their game by working on tennis drills that are specifically designed for doubles. Be like Mike and Bob and get ready for some super-fast double volleying action with a new tennis grip and give these drills a try.

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Best Tennis Racquets for Intermediate Players

July 12th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Best Tennis Racquets for Intermediate Players

Once you progressed past beginner level tennis and have become a consistent intermediate level tennis player it is worth getting a tennis racquet that better matches you current game. Avoid the temptation to jump ahead and buy an extreme high performance racquet better suited to advanced level players. A relatively heavy racquet with too small a head size is less forgiving of errant strokes will just demoralize you and reduce the enjoyment of your tennis play. There are a many good choices among the best tennis racquets for intermediate players.

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The Bryan Brothers: Grandmasters of Tennis Doubles

July 11th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle

The Bryan Brothers: Grandmasters of Tennis Doubles

It’s tough to come up with enough superlatives to describe the talents and accomplishments of Bob and Mike Bryan, the grandmasters of tennis doubles. The Bryan Brothers combined to win a record 16 Grand Slam men’s tennis doubles championships and record 112 professional doubles tournaments overall. The most weeks ranked #1 (440 plus for both men), most Davis Cup doubles wins (23), most consecutive Grand Slam Finals (7), most prize money, an Olympic Gold Medal, and on and on and on. They even have several mixed doubles Grand Slam championships playing the best women players. Mike and Bob Bryan have single-handily (or is it double-handily?) transformed and raised the profile of professional tennis doubles.

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The Controversial History of Wimbledon White

July 5th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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The Controversial History of Wimbledon White

One of charming and for pro tennis players sometimes infuriating aspects of the Wimbledon tennis tournament is the very British requirements for Wimbledon white apparel. The origin of the whites apparently goes back to the late 1800s, when it was improper to have ladies perspire or show sweat stains. To mask that apparent outrage they started wearing all white. And it was in cotton flannel. Good thing England is cool and rainy-even sometime during the famous fortnight. The male tennis players soon followed suit. The tradition became rooted the manicured lawns of the All England Croquet & Lawn Tennis Club.

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