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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. 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.
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. Doubles From the Baseline
Traditional doubles strategy teaches that the first team to take the net controls the point. This is thought to be the most advantageous position. Or is it?
4. Playing Staggered
Do you know what is the best doubles formation? There are several answers, all of which are right, depending on the situation. Find out when a using staggered formation is most effective.
5. 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.
6. Tennis Coaching Advantage
Many tournaments, leagues and competitive tennis events allow on-court coaching during the game but is it really a benefit for players and what does it say about their game?
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. Indoor Tennis
It’s the same court surface, same balls, same net height, same everything, so then why is playing tennis indoors so much different than playing outdoors?
10. 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.
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