Monthly Archives: February 2017

Who Is Casper Ruud?

Ruud

TweetCasper Ruud’s name is one tennis fans have warmly welcomed this past week after the Norwegian’s run to the ATP 500 Rio semi final. The Tennis Review gives you the lowdown on the latest of the #NextGen to hit the tennis headlines and looks at why the NextGenner is generating so much excitement. Background: Ruud […]

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Billie Jean King Eye Coach 5 Questions with Coaches Lenny Schloss and Hugo Allen

Eye coach

Tweet Any tennis player looking to improve their game need look no further than the Billie Jean King Eye Coach. The Tennis Review chatted to tennis coaches Lenny Schloss and Hugo Allen about a piece of tennis coaching equipment specializing in Point of Contact Training which will help you strike the sweet spot and, as […]

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Mental Toughness Five Questions Thomas Daniels Tennis Warrior Tips Author

Mental toughness tennis

TweetMastering mental toughness in tennis is one of the toughest parts of the game, but making that breakthrough just got a lot easier with Thomas Daniels’, a tennis coach and online tennis consultant based in Japan, e-book 30 Warrior Tennis Mental Tips For Match Play, designed¬†to get tennis players first winning the mental game and […]

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Roland Garros 2017 How The Australian Open Impacts The Favorites Chances

Roland Garros 2017

TweetAn Australian Open which featured two of the Big Four, top seeds ¬†Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, lose before the quarter-finals, while the two other members, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, seeded 17th and 9th, contest the final, as well as a feisty run from Stan Wawrinka, has set up an interesting few months of […]

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Fairy Tales DO Come True When You Are Roger Federer

Federer

TweetRoger Federer’s run to the Australian Open 2017 trophy was such a fairy tale finish to the 17th seed’s quest for slam No.18 Hans Christian Anderson would have torn up the manuscript and said “Get real”. Once you told Anderson, however, that Roger Federer composed the tale, he would have put the papers back together […]

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