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1. Mixed Doubles Strategy
Tennis can be social or competitive, and there are different strategies for both, but it's pretty well known the best way to play when you go out for mixed doubles. Aim for the woman.
2. The Truth About Tennis Ball Numbers
Did you ever wonder what is the importance of that little number printed on a tennis ball? Is it better to play with a Penn 1 or a Wilson 4?
3. Keeping Score in Tennis - Counting Points
What is a love game? How many points do you need to win? How do you keep score in tennis? It’s actually a lot easier than you think.
4. Are You a Sandbagger?
Remember when you were young, or if you have children, the big kid always picked on the small kid? Well, more and more it´s getting to that point in tennis too. The game has become one of winning at all costs.
5. Tips for Left Handed Tennis Players
Majority of tennis players are right handed, but every now then you come across a southpaw. All other things being equal, the lefty may have an advantage on the tennis court.
6. Get Started Playing Tennis
If you’re new to tennis, or you’ve been thinking about taking up the game, it’s really a lot easier than you think to get started, and best of all, it’s practically free.
7. Choosing the Right Tennis Pro
Do you want to learn how to play tennis? Have you thought about taking tennis lessons? The first step is to find the right tennis instructor.
8. Junior Tennis Rackets
Picking a tennis racket for your kid is the first step to introducing them to the great game of tennis.
9. Racquet Facts
Here´s a quick review of terminology and technology to help you make an informed decision about the purchase of your next tennis racquet.
10. Surviving Mixed Doubles With Your Spouse
Tennis is a social game, and mixed doubles is a great way to spend a Sunday morning with your spouse. Why, then, aren´t there more married couples spending time on the court together? Quite simply, compatibility in life does not translate into compatibility in tennis.
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