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Articles about tennis.

By: John T Jones, Ph.D.
Tennis is a great sport, especially if you don't mind skinned knees, muscle spasms, and twisted backs.We played tennis all summer when I was a kid. Our rackets were not of the rich kid variety. They w (read entire article)
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By: Don Diebel
Take a look around at the tennis courts. What will you see? Plenty of hot & sexy single women. That's what. Tennis is very popular and attracts a lot of single women for you to date. Lots of single wo (read entire article)
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By: Andrew Caxton
Why install synthetic turf instead of real lawn? Most of the following steps are not required when you choose to install synthetic surfaces rather than a traditional one. A court should have a slope o (read entire article)
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By: Raymond Lai
Tennis is played primarily with the mind. The most perfect racquet technique in the world will not suffice if the directing mind is wandering.There are many causes of a wandering mind in a tennis m (read entire article)
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By: Raymond Lai
TO improve your tennis game do not play against the same player too often unless he is the better player. Vary your opponents. By playing against the same man too much you soon learn each other's weak (read entire article)
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By: Ian Smith
Good tennis shoes do several things apart from covering your feet, and tennis is a sport, that is very hard on shoes, and feet, so you need to find a shoe that will last, and one that is not too heavy (read entire article)
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By: Glenn Sheiner
To those of us who love to play the game of tennis, it is the competition, the athletic challenge and the potential for artistic shot making that usually gets us going emotionally. There's little time (read entire article)
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By: Raymond Lai
ONE of the most important things in tennis is to keep the eye on the ball. Nine players out of ten lose sight of a ball shortly after it crosses the net. It is essential to watch it until it comes in (read entire article)
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By: Craig LePage
In addition to effecting tennis players, tennis elbow effect's a great number of people who are involved in activities outside of the sport of tennis. Tennis elbow also known as lateral Epicondylitis (read entire article)
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