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Short ‘n Sweet, The Abbreviated Serve

Short ‘n Sweet, The Abbreviated Serve

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

ANDY RODDICK POSSESSES one of the most powerful, effective serves on the circuit, consistently ranking among the best in total aces produced. Unlike most players, he uses an abbreviated service motion where during the moment he tosses the ball the racquet head is pointing up.


Keep Blisters at Bay

Treatments for a blister

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Hands and feet can play victim to painful blisters, especially for athletes who endure friction from shoes and racquets.


Attitude Adjustment – Publisher’s Point

Attitude Adjustment – Publisher’s Point

Friday, September 21, 2012

Watching Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal react negatively to the new blue clay at Madrid, and subsequently losing to underdogs, triggered a flashback to one of my recent matches, reinforcing the impact of attitude.


Event Recap

Event Recap

Friday, September 21, 2012

After 7 years of losing to fellow countryman Rafael Nadal, Fernando Verdasco finally broke the cycle when he triumphed 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 at the Madrid Open.


A New Blue Hue - A clay court contrasting not only in color, but tradition.

A New Blue Hue - A clay court contrasting not only in color, but tradition.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Madrid clay was red, now it is blue. It’s the first time in history that a tournament originally designated as red clay surface switched colors.


ennifer Capriati:  American tennis star and former world No. 1 Jennifer Capriati will receive the highest honor in the sport of tennis, the induction to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. In addition to her world No. 1 status, Capriati’s successful career featured an Olympic gold medal, three Grand Slam titles, a Fed Cup title with the United States team and an ability to stage remarkable comebacks. Capriati cracked the world top-10 in 1990, her first season on tour, and in October 2001, she became the

Capriati and Kuerten Honored

Friday, September 21, 2012

“This is a dream come true and an extraordinary tribute. I love this game and am incredibly honored by the Hall of Fame’s vote. Tennis has been my passion and dedication for my entire life, and to be acknowledged for this passion and dedication is truly icing on the cake,” said Capriati.


Panel Probe - Is coach Ivan Lendl making progress with Murray?

Panel Probe - Is coach Ivan Lendl making progress with Murray?

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Tennis View Magazine asked an expert panel to explain the Murray-Lendl relationship thus far.


Golden Opportunity—or Fool’s Gold? – Weighing Wimbledon Against the Olympics

Monday, September 17, 2012

We discuss eight contenders at both Wimbledon and the Olympics, predicting which event would mean more to each of them personally or professionally.


First Serve: Andy Roddick

First Serve: Andy Roddick

Friday, September 14, 2012

What’s Roddick Done Lately? A lot.


I Also Play Tennis | Brittany Lincicome

I Also Play Tennis | Brittany Lincicome

Friday, September 14, 2012

If I’m not playing a golf tournament, I’m home as much as possible, and I spend most of December doing anything BUT playing golf! I love fishing, tennis and just being with friends and family.


Kim Clijsters: A Legacy in Two Parts

Kim Clijsters: A Legacy in Two Parts

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

In an exclusive interview with Tennis View, Clijsters talked about her biggest accomplishments and disappointments, her plans for the future, and what she hopes people will remember about her career as a professional tennis player.


US Open American Preview

US Open American Preview

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Amid the doom and gloom cast in recent years on the state of American tennis, a particularly ebullient image emerged at the 2011 US Open. Fresh off the court from her upset of No. 23 seed Shahar Peer, Sloane Stephens sat down at her press conference and addressed the doubters.


2012 Olympic Plotlines: Wimbledon, Revisited and Redefined

2012 Olympic Plotlines: Wimbledon, Revisited and Redefined

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Competing in five different disciplines, including the first Olympics mixed-doubles tournament, stars large and small seized the opportunity to represent their nations on a stage familiar to all.


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