Archivi Mensili: Settebre 2020

  1. How to improve your tennis mental game
    How to improve your tennis mental game

    How to improve your tennis mental game

    You are leading by a set and a break, and have just hit a clean winner to set up three match points. Serving for the match, you suddenly become nervous and hit a double fault, followed by another. Your heart rate goes up and your mind goes foggy. An hour later, you walk off the court as the loser. 

    Sounds familiar? 

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  2. Extreme Racquets Review
    Extreme Racquets Review

    Extreme Racquets Review

    Experts around the world have tested all Extreme models on the court and their verdict is clear: you have to give it a try. 

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  3. How to measure Your Tennis Grip Size

    How to measure Your Tennis Grip Size

    Whether you're Novak Djokovic, Coco Gauff, a club player or new to tennis, the correct grip size lets you get the most out of your tennis racquet.

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  4. Marin ČILIĆ signs long-term contract for HEAD apparel and footwear
    Marin ČILIĆ signs long-term contract for HEAD apparel and footwear

    Marin ČILIĆ signs long-term contract for HEAD apparel and footwear

    HEAD, the global sports performance brand has signed a new long-term contract with 2014 US Open champion Marin ČILIĆ, extending the successful relationship into two new categories: Apparel and Footwear.

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  5. Top 9 - The Evolution of Tennis Video Games
    Top 9 - The Evolution of Tennis Video Games

    Top 9 - The Evolution of Tennis Video Games

    Here's a look through some of the most notable tennis games in history, and also some recent releases: 

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  6. What does it take to become a professional tennis player?
    What does it take to become a professional tennis player?

    What does it take to become a professional tennis player?

    Applicants for the position of a top ten tennis player – especially those who want to stay in the job for more than a few months – should have the following attributes.

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  7. The Essence of the US Open
    The Essence of the US Open

    The Essence of the US Open

    NEW YORK – If you position yourself in just the right spot inside the gargantuan Arthur Ashe Stadium at the US Open, you can hear the squeal of the No. 7 subway line from a few hundred yards away on the old elevated tracks that weave through the Queens borough of New York City.

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  8. Tennis Racquet Stringing - False Economy by Tennis Players
    Tennis Racquet Stringing - False Economy by Tennis Players

    Tennis Racquet Stringing - False Economy by Tennis Players

    My strings are fine for another few months – I paid good money for them, they’re lasting, so what’s the problem?

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  9. Grass Tennis Courts
    Grass Tennis Courts

    Grass Tennis Courts

    For some, it’s the true surface for tennis. For others, it’s better used for cows. But one thing remains true – there are few finer sights in sport than the sight of world class tennis being played on grass.

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  10. Clay Tennis Courts
    Clay Tennis Courts

    Clay Tennis Courts

    For as long as anyone can remember, the European spring has meant clay-court tennis, when the mudlarks of the tennis world have their moment in the sun.

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  11. Ready? Play … at home: How tennis has shifted to a game you can play literally anywhere

    Ready? Play … at home: How tennis has shifted to a game you can play literally anywhere

    ‘OK,’ Andy Murray says, leaning down to peer into the camera with his wife Kim by his side. ‘We’re calling on everyone in the tennis community to try the 100-volley challenge.’

     

    It’s early April and the professional tennis circuit has been shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic for a month, with the recreational game being shuttered for many around the globe, too. Andy and Kim had just filmed themselves in their garden, volleying the ball

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  12. The Tennis Wall - A perfect practice partner who just can`t miss
    The Tennis Wall - A perfect practice partner who just can`t miss

    The Tennis Wall - A perfect practice partner who just can`t miss

    On a bright Montana morning in the summer of 1999, I had just watched Andre Agassi on TV as he came from two-sets-to-love down to capture the French Open and complete the rare feat of winning all four majors, known as a career Grand Slam.

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