May 20, 2013

Basic Tennis Fitness Workout in Thirty Minutes or Less

Many of us claim to be quite busy during our workweeks and weekends, and many of us who claim this probably are 🙂 Finding time to […]
May 5, 2013

Blue Clay Back to Red Clay – Thanks Madrid!

What a difference a year makes! Last spring at this time, the tennis world couldn’t stop talking about the new blue clay at the Madrid Masters. […]
April 27, 2013

European Clay Court Tennis in Full Swing!

Djokovic won the first big European clay court trophy of the season last week in Monte Carlo, ending Nadal’s run there of eight straight titles. Rafa […]
April 4, 2013

Tennis Fitness and Aging

The older I get the more I recognize the increase in difficulty that goes along with getting in shape and staying in shape. This should come […]
March 17, 2013

Can Men’s Tennis Get Any More Exciting?!

So, do you think men’s tennis can get any better? I don’t think so 🙂 Well, I suppose it’s logically possible, but these are exciting times […]
March 3, 2013

Two outa Three Aint Bad for Rafa Nadal!

I wanted to catch a few minutes of the Mexican Open final tonight between three time defending champion David Ferrer and Rafa Nadal. But the match […]
February 22, 2013

What Tennis Topics Matter to You?

As we are now experiencing our greatest month of hits (and thus hopefully readers) since the inception of more than a year and a half […]
February 7, 2013

Racquet Dampeners and Tennis Science had a great little article today on tennis racquet vibration dampeners (or dampners as some people call them…but that’s a different discussion :)). Justin D.’s […]
February 3, 2013

Can Rafa Nadal Come All the Way Back?

Rafa will be taking to the clay courts of coastal Chile this week for his first professional action since losing a second round Wimbledon match about […]
January 21, 2013

Summer Tennis in Winter…Thank You Australia!

The Aussie Open is in full steam, and what a way to temper the blustery cold days of winter in the northern hemisphere than to glimpse […]
December 25, 2012

Donnay’s New Arm Healthy Racquet Research

Donnay is dogged and not letting go! The tennis equipment manufacturer continues to promote its Xenecore constructed solid core racquets and argue its case that not […]
December 10, 2012

Tennis…the Greatest Sport?

As we eagerly await the Australian Open next month and hope for a few nice days to hit the courts ourselves as winter progresses, it behooves […]