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Quiet on the Court
Tennis players expect quiet on the court. They need to concentrate on their next shot. Itís hard to imagine how those same players can execute their shots with all the screaming and shrieking in womenís professional tennis.
Hereīs a quick review of terminology and technology to help you make an informed decision about the purchase of your next tennis racquet.
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.
Respect on the Tennis Court
The tennis court is a place for fun and competition. There is no room for bullying or gamesmanship. Donít let one bad experience turn you off of the game.
Safety on the Tennis Court
Tennis is a sport for dry weather and a retractable roof. There are many good reasons to be extremely cautious about stepping onto a wet tennis court. Find out why you need to stay dry.
Side or Serve?
Youíve warmed up and youíre ready to start the match, but now what do you do? Who serves and from what side? What about the coin toss?
Simple Winning Tennis Strategy
There are only two ways to win a point in tennis. As much as you think about strategy and tactics, itís really as simple as winners and errors from you and your opponent. Itís up to you to choose the winning strategy.
Stocking Stuffers for Tennis Players
Not sure what to get the tennis player on your Christmas shopping list? Some of the best tennis gifts are small and inexpensive. Here are some great gift ideas that will make any tennis fan happy.
Success Guide for League Captains
Everyone wants to play league tennis but nobody wants to captain. Itís a lot of work for the thankless volunteer, but doing these few things right will turn it into a positive experience.
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.
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