Health & Fitness
The latest fitness craze in tennis, designed to improve a player's stamina and movement.
Hot Summer Tennis
Summer is prime time for tennis, and with it can come hot weather, and even hotter temperatures on court. The heat can be a serious detriment to your health, but taking some simple precautions will help get your through it.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Tennis Essentials for Performance
When it's hot outside, it can be even hotter on court. Make sure you protect yourself from the sun and take precautions to stay as cool as possible.
The Tennis Player's Diet
A brief look at dietary guidelines for the tennis player
Your Tennis Health - Heel Pain
Many athletes, including tennis players, are slowed by heel pain. Read more about this common ailment, what causes it and how to overcome it.
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