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Smash to a Better Net Game

Smash to a Better Net Game: Drop Back Like a Quarterback for a Better Overhead

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

A common question asked by students working on their net game is, “What if I get lobbed?” The best response—acquire a successful overhead. The following segments will give you the steps to help you hit your overhead like the best players in the world.


Murray vs. Djokovic, Untangling the Threads of the Sport’s Next Great Rivalry

Murray vs. Djokovic, Untangling the Threads of the Sport’s Next Great Rivalry

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

They met for the first time as 11-year-olds, both still exploring the sport that would one day consume their lives. Fourteen years later, these two men, born just a week apart, stood on opposite sides of the net in a pulsating Rod Laver Arena.


Lucie Safarova, The Good, Fair Player From Czech

Lucie Safarova, The Good, Fair Player From Czech

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Lucie Safarova is a top 20 player and star member of the 2012 winning Fed Cup team, and now dreams of winning a major.


Simple Man, Juan Martin Del Potro

Simple Man, Juan Martin Del Potro

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

When Juan Martin del Potro steps into a forehand and pulverizes the ball with a deep baritone grunt, it’s hard to imagine that the 6-foot-6 Argentine possesses a soft side. But he’d be the first to point out that his on-court personality differs greatly from his off-court demeanor.


Jerzy Janowicz’s Financial Obstacle Course

Jerzy Janowicz’s Financial Obstacle Course

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Tour success often requires more than athletic talent, says Janowicz, the straight-shooter from Poland. As a player attempts to survive the early years on tour, he emphasizes the necessity of sponsorship and financial support from one’s country.


Tennis News

News & Views: The Latest Updates and Announcements in the Industry

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Talk about champagne wishes and caviar dreams, French champagne maker Moet & Chandon signed a five-year, $30 million deal to secure Roger Federer as a brand ambassador. The Swiss star is now reportedly earning $50 million a year in endorsements.


Milos Raonic Netting Results

Milos Raonic Netting Results

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

With the Australian Open complete and the hard courts of Indian Wells and Miami fast approaching, Canadian upstart Milos Raonic intends to push his limits in his quest to crack the top five.


Spring Tennis Gear & Apparel

Spring Gear & Apparel

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Don’t get caught with old gear and apparel, go update your wardrobe today with the latest in comfort and style.


The Week of the Bounceback:  Doha, Rotterdam, and More

The Week of the Bounceback: Doha, Rotterdam, and More

Monday, February 18, 2013

Seemingly destined to reach the top spot at the Australian Open, Serena stunningly fell just two games short in a quarterfinal against Sloane Stephens.


Is Nadal Playing Too Much, Too Soon?

Is Nadal Playing Too Much, Too Soon?

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

After a seven month break, Nadal advances to the finals in singles and doubles in Chile.


Rafa Returns, Zeballos Arrives

Rafa Returns, Zeballos Arrives

Monday, February 11, 2013

Rafael Nadal returns to competitive action after an absence since his second-round loss to Lukas Rosol at Wimbledon.


Around the World for Davis Cup and WTA Events

Around the World for Davis Cup and WTA Events

Monday, February 04, 2013

The ups and downs in which tennis was played on four continents, stretching from the first round of Davis Cup to two WTA tournaments.


The Djokovic-Murray Show Continues

The Djokovic-Murray Show Continues

Monday, January 28, 2013

Expect more championship matchups between Djokovic and Murray in 2013—and beyond.


Australian Open Recap

Australian Open Recap

Monday, January 28, 2013

A look at the divergent paths charted by ATP and WTA young guns.


Upsets and Near-Upsets, Staggers and Statements:  Matches to Remember from the First Week of the Australian Open

Upsets and Near-Upsets, Staggers and Statements: Matches to Remember from the First Week of the Australian Open

Monday, January 21, 2013

In the first week of a major, the leading contenders aim to launch their title campaigns with convincing victories that fire salvoes across the bows of their opponents…


U.S. Women on the Rise—But Should the Optimism Be Tamed?

U.S. Women on the Rise—But Should the Optimism Be Tamed?

Monday, January 14, 2013

The first day of the Australian Open is under wraps, and among those winning matches were Americans Venus Williams and Madison Keys.


Tennis View Readers’ Issue

Tennis View Readers’ Issue

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Enjoy the following profiles of Tennis View Magazine subscribers and learn why they love the sport.


Sydney Recap provides Australian Open insight

Sydney Recap provides Australian Open insight

Saturday, January 12, 2013

On the eve of the year’s first major, we break down some key narratives from the week before it as players completed their preparations for Melbourne. Most of the action happened at the joint tournament in Sydney.


What the First Week Has Shown Us

What the First Week Has Shown Us

Monday, January 07, 2013

The first week of the ATP and WTA seasons is officially in the books, and already there are indications of what fans could possibly see over the course of 2013, based on the results at various warm-up tournaments leading to the Australian Open. Here’s a look ahead, based on backward glances:  


Tennis News Gossip, Quotes

News & Views // Announcements, Gossip, Quotes & More

Sunday, January 06, 2013

Big things come in small packages when you’re referring to world No. 4 Agi Radwanska, the 5-foot-8, 116-pound Pole. She may be slight of frame, but she’s a celebrity powerhouse, ranking first in Forbes list of most powerful Polish show business stars.


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