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Recovering From Tennis Elbow
One of the toughest things for a tennis player to do is take time off and rest an injury. If you try to come back too early you could be sidelined and off the courts even longer.

Quiet on the Court
Tennis players expect quiet on the court. They need to concentrate on their next shot. It’s hard to imagine how those same players can execute their shots with all the screaming and shrieking in women’s professional tennis.

Improve Your Position to Improve Your Tennis Game
If you’re looking to improve your tennis game, start by working harder to improve your position on court. Better preparation as you move to the ball can greatly increase your chances of making a good shot.

Practice With a Purpose
When you go out to the court to practice tennis, that´s what you should do. It's too easy to get in the habit of just "hitting" and not working on strategy and shot placement.

Adjust your Game for Indoor Tennis
It’s the same court surface, same balls, same net height, same everything, so then why is playing tennis indoors so much different than playing outdoors? Besides the obvious sun and wind, there are other factors to consider.

Tennis and Life Lessons
Tennis and life lessons can be learned on the tennis court starting at a young age and can be used your whole life.

Surviving Winter Tennis
You want to get out there and work on your game, or compete in a tournament, but Mother Nature says otherwise. Here are some tips to deal with winter tennis, and how to survive until the sun comes out again.

Be a Better Doubles Partner
Most recreational tennis players play doubles, which means they´re not alone out there on court. The key to your happiness and success as a doubles player is to be the best partner you can be.

Junior Tennis Basics
Picking a tennis racket for your kid is the first step to introducing them to the great game of tennis.

Fun Tennis Games
Add some variety to your tennis practice by mixing in these easy games. You will have fun on the court and improve your game at the same time.

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