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Improvement is Paramount

Quynh Lam: 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.


Dominate the Tiebreaker

By: Staff 10/11/2013

When tennis games are tied at 6-6, a tie-breaker is used to determine the winner of a set. Sooner or later, most players face a tiebreaker. Some of the tours best players offer their advice for approaching this decisive situation.


Your Turn Charles Ledbetter, Tulsa, OK

Your Turn

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.


Health advice at-a-glance

Health advice at-a-glance

By: Staff 08/05/2013

Be mindful of whom you hang out with because your friends’ habits may become yours – for better or for worse.


Hit a Killer Slice Backhand

Hit a Killer Slice Backhand

By: Miles Maclagan 08/05/2013

Professional and recreational players employ the slice backhand to set up an approach shot, to slow down the ball while recovering from a defensive position, or to handle a low bounce.


Craigslist: Finding a Tennis Partner

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.


Approach With A Plan

Approach With A Plan

By: Frank Giampaolo 06/12/2013

Hit the right approach shot to sustain the advantage and win the point


Exercise to a Beat

Exercise to a Beat

By: Staff 06/12/2013

Intense activity seems less rigorous when you’re moving to a rhythm


The non-hitting partner in doubles should help dictate play

The non-hitting partner in doubles should help dictate play

By: Staff 04/29/2013

In doubles, it’s imperative to have a partner that’s good at the net. Tennis View recently asked Bob and Mike Bryan about the role of the non-hitting partner in doubles and how they can best influence the point.


Eat to Beat: 5 Foods to eat and 5 Foods to Avoid Before Competition

By: Kait O'Callahan 02/20/2013

Food is fuel. The more energy one expends during an activity, the more fuel a person requires. In essence, sitting at a desk writing reports requires much less fuel [or food] than someone on the go running errands or breaking a sweat with an elevated heart rate for the same duration.


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