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Part I: Placing Fans in the Heart of Australian Open Action

Travels with Soha Places Fans in Australian Open Action

By: Staff 11/23/2015

Soha Yamin has dedicated the last 17 years to crafting customized Grand Slam experiences for tennis fans around the world through her boutique travel agency Travels with Soha. She personalizes each trip to meet her clients' interests and budgets, and uses her extensive travel experience to book luxurious trips that cost 20 percent less than other tour companies.

Serena Williams

Myths of Tennis: The Forehand Contact Point

By: Jim Klein 05/08/2015

Images of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Serena Williams show how to angle the racket at the time of contacting a groundstroke.

Maria Sharapova

How a Lower Ball Toss Can Help Your Serve

By: Jim Klein 04/13/2015

While Maria Sharapova uses a high ball toss, most players would benefit from lowering their toss like John Isner.

Jo Wilfried Tsonga Tour Guide,

Jo Wilfried Tsonga Tour Guide, Explore Paris with the Frenchman

An exclusive Interview

By: Romana Cvitkovic 05/02/2014

Top 10 player and Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga gives exclusive tips on the best sights and stops in the beautiful city of Paris, just in time for Roland Garros!

Federer and Nadal Rivalry Soothes the Soul

Federer and Nadal Rivalry Soothes the Soul

By: Kathy Woodward 05/02/2014

Well before Roger Federer glided over the Wimbledon lawns in 2012 to capture his 17th major title, the Swiss star’s previous triumphs had smoothed over many rough patches in my life.

Optimize Your Tennis Lesson

Optimize Your Tennis Lesson

By: Ken DeHart 05/02/2014

In today’s tennis market, a private tennis lesson might cost upwards of $120 per hour. Here’s advice to students to get the most from 60-minutes

Tips to Play Tennis Thru Time

Tips to Play Tennis Thru Time

Follow these tips to help you stay in the game for a lifetime.

By: Fernando Velasco 05/02/2014

Getting older doesn’t mean you stop playing the game of tennis, it just means you need to make adjustments. Follow these tips to help you stay in the game for a lifetime.

Tennis' Counterpart to Golf's “Mulligan”

Tennis' Counterpart to Golf's “Mulligan”

A second-chance shot may prevent double-bogeys and more

By: Wendall Walker 05/02/2014

Social golfers have long enjoyed taking an occasional “do-over” for an errant shot, with the mutual consent of their playing partners.

Grigor Dimitrov

Turning the Tide and Reversing Momentum to Take the Lead

By: David Cox 03/13/2014

Every player has felt the moment of panic when a lead slips away. Here are a few tips from the pros to approach this dicey situation.

Using the I-Formation in Doubles

Using the I-Formation in Doubles

Keep your “I” on the prize with strategic court positioning tips from No. 1 doubles team Bob and Mike Bryan

By: Staff 01/14/2014

Smart doubles teams know the importance of employing various strategies to keep tough opponents on their toes.