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Here are the top ten articles for the Tennis Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. 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?
2. Glossary of Tennis Terminology
Whether new to the game of tennis, or just trying to get with the lingo, you will find this terminology to be useful on the courts and in impressing your friends.
3. Court Snacks
League play and social tennis often centers around food before, during and after the match. Check out these great ideas for the next time you need to bring the food.
4. 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? Itís actually a lot easier than you think.
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. Know Your Rating
Whether competing in a local tournament, or traveling on vacation, you will enjoy tennis much more when playing against opponents of equal ability. Similar to golf, where you have a handicap, the NTRP system was created as a way to handicap your tennis game.
7. The Three Basic Doubles Formations
The three basic doubles formations are the Both-Up Formation, the Both-Back Formation, and the Up-and-Back Formation. Each corresponds to a strategy.
8. It's in the Bag
When you see the tennis pros walk out onto the court for a match, they not only bring several rackets, but they carry other essentials - just in case. What's in your bag? Are you prepared?
9. Tennis Court Etiquette
The game of tennis has very traditional roots, and is often played at private country clubs where players are expected to behave a certain way. While grassroots tennis has moved out onto public courts, there are still certain rules of etiquette that should be followed.
10. Did You Know?
So you call yourself a tennis player. What do you really know about the game of tennis? These interesting tennis facts make for great conversation on the court or just after game.
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