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its not the hours you put inNow, I’m here to debunk a myth regarding tennis practice.

Too many Tennis players all over the world think that the longer you practice or prepare for an upcoming match or just for over all improvement, the more wins you will generate.

This isn’t necessarily true.


Ryan Harrison Believes Tennis Success in 2014 Rests In A Healthy Diet

Ryan HarrisonRyan Harrison: “My New Year’s resolution will probably be to eat very healthy and give up losing (laughs).”

TENNIS MIND CAMP COMMENTARY: Ryan Harrison couldn’t be more right! 80% of staying in tip-top tennis shape rides
on you having and maintaining a well balanced, healthy diet.

Being a gym rat and getting that cardiovascular system pumping…

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Tennis World Hit Hard by Passing of Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela was truly a great man! And the tennis world echoed this sentiment by letting its own voice be heard.

Once the tragic news broke of Mandela’s passing, some of the sports greatest hit social media outlets to express their deepest condolences for the great and vastly inspiring icon, Nelson Mandela,…

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Tennis Diet: Beet A Superfood To Help You Last Longer?


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A Stamina Story in Andy Murray’s Historic Wimbledon Win Sunday, the last time a British man had won Wimbledon was in 1936. To put it into perspective, Queen Elizabeth’s grandfather was still king, and Daffy Duck didn’t even exist.

Clearly, that was quite some time ago.But the dry spell is now over, thanks to the always impressive Andy Murray…

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Jovana Jaksic Proof That Tennis Grunting Is Going Nowhere?’s a new starlette by the name of Jovana Jaksic testing who is testing the ears of many in today’s tennis world.

She’s got a solid game, is continuously getting better and seems to have a very bright future ahead of her.

Jovana Jaksic, is only 19, yet already owns the label of the 356th best woman player on the planet. And that’s only going to continue to get better.  Why? Because she just keeps winning… AND GRUNTING!

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BNP Paribas Open 2013 – Carlos Berlocq’s Grunting Angers Andy Murray playing (and winning) against Carlos Berlocq in the BNP Paribas Open 2013, Murray actually had to complain to the chair umpire about the grunts that were coming from Carlos Berlocq’s side.

Murray, who has played against his share of grunters, has never felt the need to openly seek out the help of an umpire, but then he was never subjected to the high-decibal throat bombs that…

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