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La Quinta Resort & Club
If youīre in the Palm Springs area, be sure to stop by the La Quinta resort, rated in the Top 20 by Tennis Magazine, complete with hard, grass, and clay surfaces.
Living With Tennis Elbow
It will happen to most of us at some point in our tennis-playing days, and it could recur more than once. The best way to combat tennis elbow is to educate yourself on the causes and take precautions to avoid reinjury.
Making the High School Tennis Team
High school tennis is great for kids to learn about the game and competition, and it also offers an invaluable team experience in an otherwise individual sport. Find out how to make the team.
Manage Your Frustration in the Wind
Tennis shots can be in or out by inches, but when the wind comes into play, you have to change your tactics for a winning attitude and not allow the wind to become your opponent.
May is National Tennis Month
Join in the fun, with national and local tennis events for kids and families taking place in communities throughout the country. Coming soon to a shopping mall, high school or neighborhood park near you.
Mixed Doubles Strategy
These quick and easy tennis tips will help you be successful playing mixed doubles and have more fun on the court with your partner.
Mixed Troubles: Surviving Doubles With Your Spouse
Tennis is a social game, and mixed doubles is a great way to spend a Sunday morning with your spouse. Why, then, arenīt there more married couples spending time on the court together? Quite simply, compatibility in life does not translate into compatibility in tennis.
Motherhood Suits Davenport
At age 31, Lindsay Davenport had it all, but there was something missing. Just months after giving birth to her first child, she decided to pick up her tennis racquet again. We sure are glad she did!
No Partner? No Problem!
Even if you donīt have a tennis partner, you can still work on your game. Many local parks and schools have a wall or backboard to hit against, and if youīre near a tennis facility, you may be able to rent time on a ball machine. Going solo doesnīt mean you canīt work on your game.
One Handed or Two Handed Backhand
So many players now use two hands on the backhand side. The days of Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf are over. Which is more effective?
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