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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 don´t 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 you´re near a tennis facility, you may be able to rent time on a ball machine. Going solo doesn´t mean you can´t 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?
Do you know what is the best doubles formation? There are several answers, all of which are right, depending on the situation. Find out when a using staggered formation is most effective.
Playing Tennis During Pregnancy
It’s important for your body to get exercise while you’re pregnant, but you must do so in the safest way possible for you and your baby. You need to seriously consider all possibilities before deciding to play tennis, or any sport, during your pregnancy.
Playing with an Injury
Most tennis players are committed to the game, and it takes a lot to slow them down, and even more to take some time off. If you are determined to play through an injury, here are some tips that can help get you through the match.
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.
Preparing for a Tournament
If you’re thinking of playing in your first tennis tournament, or if it’s been awhile since you last competed, you might want to check out these tennis tournament tips before you enter.
Public Court Tennis
Public court tennis can be challenging. There are bad nets to contend with, loud music or other distractions, and worse. But if you have to go, make sure to bring your own toilet paper.
Quick Tips for Better Volleys
Whether you play singles or doubles, taking over the net with solid volleys is a skill that every player should have in their game. Use these quick tips to improve your net play
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