Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: September 2010

First things I noticed about Jo-Wilfried Tsonga were his smile and his shoes, retro suede lace ups. The guy is a sharp dresser and quite charming to boot. Really nice guy. Although recovering from a knee...

The Buddhist Review, tricycle, has just published a recent image of Rafael Nadal in Thailand visiting Buddhist monks on a beach outside of Bangkok.  Perhaps Buddhism is the key to the masterful...

Clay Sniteman M.S., P.T., ATC, is a Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer for the ATP World Tour. He also runs a private PT business, Sundance PT in Utah. If you watch tennis you've probably caught...

Forty years ago today, women’s professional tennis was born when nine players, called the Original 9 and led by Billie Jean King, signed symbolic $1 contracts with the late Gladys Heldman, publisher...

The U.S. Olympic Committee recently announced that Oakley will be the first-ever performance-based eyewear supplier to team USA. Any US tennis athletes using eye wear will be supplied at the 2012 Olympic...

So you want to see how you might fare in a match against Joe Braggart at your club? The USTA's  National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) system offers some guidance but if you (and he) don't...

Tennis Made Easy by Kelly Gunterman is a how-to tennis manual. Gunterman, currently the Director of Tennis at the Amelia Island Plantation in Amelia Island, has a 30 year history with the game at all...

Tennis apparel manufacturers look to have some competition from lululemon athletica, outfitter of yoga/fitness enthusiasts. Female tennis players, especially those in the 18s are showing up on court for...

HEAD tennis has put together a short video congratulating their player, US Open finalist Novak Djokovic. Take a look: ...

Mom was was onto something when she encouraged you to finish your milk. According to Maria Cheng, AP's medical writer, "researchers are giving scientific support to [the fact that] milk may be...