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We’ve all heard the term choking before. In the context of competition, Wikipedia pretty well sums it up. In sports, a choke is the failure of an athlete or an athletic team to win a game or tournament...

New Balance’s latest campaign highlights how the goals and values of athletes drive their decisions and guide their journey through letters written to their future selves.  I’m a big fan of...

The following is first in a series by Marcin Bieniek. It was originally titled, “Forbidden parental actions during the tournament.” Says it all. Read on. The role of the parent is crucial in...

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From time to time we run across little nuggets of unique tennis philosophy. This one’s a gem.  In a Russian TV interview today Mikhail Youzhny discussed his game and recent loss to Tommy Robredo...

Who knew? Mardy Fish opens up about his anxiety disorder in the Player’s Tribune article linked below. You’d never know it watching him at the US Open – where he won his first round match...

Sometimes during changeovers, players just sit there with a blank expression, while inside they’re mulling over what went right/wrong in the previous game/set. Then again, they might just pull out...

If you’re at the pro level, you’re one of the best tennis players in the world. Except for the very VERY best of the best, everyone’s blessed with much the same level of skill; speed,...

  Wilson just released this exclusive interview with Roger Federer. Some interesting insight into his game. ...

© Getty Images Nothing beats hard work and practice but don’t overlook simply watching pro tennis. Sitting back to enjoy a battle is good for your game. Seeing the world’s best execute shots...