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Tennis Books

The Inside Recreation of Tennis: The Classic Guide to the Intellectual Aspect of Top Efficiency … Read More… Tennis Talents: The Player’s Consultant Like having a personal tennis professional on name for trained coaching … Learn Extra… Winning Unsightly: Mental Struggle in Tennis–Classes from a Master The tennis Classic from Olympic gold medalist and ESPN […]

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Tennis Bags

Babolat Club Line 6 Pack Tennis Bag (Red) The Babolat Club Line 6 Racket Bag boasts generous storage space for both rackets and gear in a compact design … Read More… Wilson Advantage II Triple Bag, Black/White Carry your best racquets in style with the Wilson Advantage triple bag … Read More… Wilson Match 3-Pack […]

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Tennis Shots: The Volley

Tennis Shots: The Volley

If you want to make a real success of your grass court game, you are going to have to come to the net at times or risk being beaten by someone with greater killer instinct. The approach to the net is all important in grass court tennis – and to a lesser extent on other […]

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Tennis Shots: The Forehand

Tennis Shots: The Forehand

The forehand is considered the easiest tennis shot to master, perhaps because it is the most natural one to hit. It involves holding the racket out from the body and striking forward, with your palm facing towards your opponent at the point of contact. The fact that it is considered to be easy to master […]

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Tennis Surfaces Explained, Part 1: Grass

Tennis Surfaces Explained, Part 1: Grass

Professional tennis is played on a variety of different surfaces, which these articles examine in detail. This first article looks at the surface tennis is most commonly associated with: grass. Grass is the fastest of the tennis surfaces, meaning the ball bounces low and fast. This therefore naturally makes it a surface where big servers, […]

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The Grand Slams

The Grand Slams

The tennis calendar is almost year-round, with tournaments held on every continent of the globe for nearly the full 12 months of the year. This continual cycle is highlighted by four events, the Majors – or as they are better known, the Grand Slams. The Grand Slam tournaments are the pinnacle of a player’s career. […]

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Tennis Shots: The Backhand

Tennis Shots: The Backhand

From listening to tennis commentators, it would be easy to come to the conclusion that a backhand was something that any tennis player compares to a particularly troubling visit to the dentist – if it can be avoided, you should, because the result of going there will be painful and potentially embarrassing. There is no […]

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Tennis Shots: The Drop Shot

Tennis Shots: The Drop Shot

For players with anything other than the ultimate level of mobility around the court, one of the recurring nightmares which prevents them getting a night’s sleep must be the thought of facing a player blessed with a good drop shot. This shot may be one of the most frustrating to face when playing an opponent […]

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Tennis Surfaces Explained, Part 2: Clay

Tennis Surfaces Explained, Part 2: Clay

Anyone aspiring to be a professional tennis player will usually play on a variety of different surfaces. Here, we examine arguably the most difficult surface to play on: clay. In professional tennis, there are actually two forms of clay court used. The first, red clay, is the primary surface seen in the major tennis events […]

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Tennis Surfaces Explained, Part 3: Hard Court

Tennis Surfaces Explained, Part 3: Hard Court

While the best known tennis surface is undoubtedly grass, the majority of the tennis professional season is not played on that surface. Here, we look into the finer details of the most predominant surface on the professional tour: hard court. Despite the name, hard courts are not the hardest courts on the tennis tour. That […]

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