Very well done. Has some great contributors which update their columns once a month. Ray Bowers - Professional Tennis Ron Waite - Excellent tennis tips John F. Murray Ph.D. - mental tips, which we all could use. A must visit once a month.
Super site - Up to date information - Check out Brandies Tips and Ask the Pro - Good information, presented well, refreshing.
Official site of Tennis Magazine - Need I say more.
Interesting product, I have one and I love it, very comfortable. I do prefer to wear it with the sleeves down. Would make a great gift for the tennis player who thought they had it all. It is a lot of fun.
Site about the satellite tour by Janice Combs. You have got to love her, strong opinions, straight forward, she has been there, done that. She is not afraid to take on the USTA and the WTA.
If you are serious about your tennis game, this site is a must. It has some great instructional information.
Great selection of quality apparel, excellent site. They have some great men's traditional tennis shorts, pleated. These are hard to find.
Have produced some of the great tennis players of our time. They have a great program and a great staff of professionals. Just reviewing the site can get you fired up about your game. If you have a child with talent and motivation, you might want to check it out.
Wonderful site if you are truly a student of tennis. Has a lot of very useful and thought provoking information. Site has some ideas that just might take your game to a new level. It makes you think.
Snoooz is a website dedicated to tennis teaching professionals from around the world. Provides some excellent services and information for teaching professionals.
TEAM aims to improve the sport of tennis by providing coaching and training for more young people, including those who would otherwise lack the financial means, to fulfill their potential
Provides USTA National Junior, ITF International & ITA College rankings and results, as well as stories, photos and links.
If you are looking for a job in the tennis industry or are looking to fill positions at the club, this site looks very promising. It might be a good way to find what is out there. Is your club paying you enough?
Nice site by Sergio Cruz. He coached Jim Courier for three years. Wonderful tribute to Harry Hopman. Be sure to check out the great shots. Compare your mechanics to their's. You might pick up on a swing path that could take your game to the next level. Action video of Lew Hoad, Ken Rosewall and others, you got to love it.
Site in, of all places, Los Gigantes, Tenerife, Spain has some very well written tennis tips for beginner to intermediate level tennis players and above. After you have spent a little time on this site you will say to yourself what a great tennis community and what a great place to visit if you could. I would love to go there. Don't look at the apts. for rent. You will want to go there.
Dale and Cindy LePrevost offer a video and audio program everyone can understand so you will develop the best skills, learn strategy, and mental toughness. Juniors, adults, coaches, teaching pros., professionals will benefit.
All you ALTA members in Atlanta should love the tapes by Pete Collins you can order from this site. Tape 1: Movement priorities and visual clues. Tape 2: Learn how to hit a perfect volley, when to poach, and how to cover any lob. Tape 3: Learn why the 'non-hitter' is the most important job on the court.
Visit this site to purchase the book, Tennis Confidential by Paul Fein. After you read it you will have a much greater appreciation of the game and the people that play it. I really enjoyed the fascinating facts that are throughout the book.
A new free Internet based employment service dedicated to helping you find your sports job. With your free registration you can find internship positions, industry contacts, post your job opening or resume. Good resourse.
Tennis Mastery, by David W. Smith, excellent book. It explains why so many people get stuck at the lower levels (3.0, 3.5), and then goes on to show them how to correct the destructive elements in their game that have kept them from progressing to the next level. This book is a must read for all teaching pros, serious junior players, high school players, college players. Anyone, on any level, can and will greatly benefit from reading this book.
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This site covers everything from the first things to know to the top secrets of the game. OD is not about how to hit the ball: it's about how to WIN. It contains a wealth of immediately useful information unavailable elsewhere on the three basic doubles formations/strategies, switching, poaching, serving, returning serve, Australian Doubles, the I-Formation, net play, match play, partnership, positioning, and the Angle of Return. Great site to improve your doubles play.
Visit this site to learn more about Paul Fein's new book, "You Can Quote Me on That: Greatest Tennis Quips, Insights and Zingers." He includes quotes of praise, thoughtful commentary and interesting points about players, tournaments and the game. If you love the game you will love this book.
Excellent site by John Yandall. This on line instructional magazine has everything you could possibly want if you are serious about improving your tennis game. The videos are just great. I joined when I found out the famous Bungalo Bill from the Tennis Warehouse forum was going to do some analysis. His ability explain things in terms we all can understand alone make this site well worth while. This is a five star site.
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