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Your Turn Charles Ledbetter, Tulsa, OK

By Staff 08/05/2013

I’m not a gym-only kind of guy; I love being outdoors and playing sports. Unlike other “team” sports, with tennis, I try harder and exert more energy because it’s only me on one side of the net.

Craigslist: Finding a Tennis Partner

By Jerry Johnson 06/12/2013

If you use Craigslist or other online classifieds, you’ve read hundreds of ads, done a lot of follow-up, hit some dead ends and overcome feelings of skepticism and anxiety.

Improvement is Paramount

By Staff 12/09/2013

Many adults begin the early weeks and months of a new year trying to launch and maintain a rigorous exercise program. And yet, these overly ambitious and strenuous efforts often result in injury, and ultimately, discouragement and the return to sedentary habits.

The Hardest Win of my Life

By Jason DeCosta 02/20/2013

I can count on one hand the number of men I have met that I would consider majestic. I added one to that

By Mara Tamir Spiegel 01/01/2013

Today is September 20, 2012. It’s hard to believe that it’s been four years – a whole four years since my then 4½-year-old daughter, Zoe, met Richard Spurling, founder of ACEing Autism, a nonprofit program that provides recreational tennis for autistic children

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