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The Ball was in!

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john mcenroe
Former world number one tennis player, John McEnroe, is as famous for his outrageous antics on court as he is for his inspired performances.Probably best remembered by many fan...
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Andy Murray: Men’s Tennis Number One

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Andy Murray
British and world men's tennis number one seed, Andy Murray is a firm favourite with the fans - not only because he has never forgotten his roots but also because he has worked so ...
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Tennis Jargon Buster

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Tennis Jargon Buster
  There is a lot of commonly used tennis terminology that newcomers may not understand. Read our handy tennis jargon buster to ensure you're up-to-speed with these frequently...
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How to get into Tennis

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How to get into Tennis
The famous phrase, "Anyone for tennis?" is very apt, since just about anyone can play - and the pleasure that knocking a ball over a net can bring should never be underestimated. J...
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Tennis Court Markings Explained

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Tennis Court Markings Explained
Tennis court markings determine the boundaries for each shot, so understanding the layout and dimensions of the court is an integral part of the game.Measuring 78ft long by 3...
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Why Tennis Players Eat Fruit

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Why Tennis Players Eat Fruit
In recent years, sports nutrition has become a hot topic with all kinds of diets, health supplements and eating plans hitting the headlines as the top athletes endorse them. Yet de...
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Injuries Sustained from Tennis

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Injuries Sustained from Tennis
 Statistics reveal that the most common injury sustained from playing tennis is a sprained ankle; followed by shoulder injuries, calf strain and stress fractures.In th...
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The History of Tennis

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The History of Tennis
 Historians have often debated over the question, “who invented tennis?” Some argue it was the ancient Egyptians, with the Arabic word for palm of the hand, ‘rahat...
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