Category Archives: Five Questions

Five Questions with British Wheelchair Grand Slam Champion Alfie Hewett

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TweetWheelchair tennis pro Alfie Hewett has had a stellar season, winning a Singles slam at Roland Garros and winning back to back doubles slam with Gordon Reid at Wimbledon and the US Open. The Tennis Review caught up with Norfolk born Alfie and asked him five questions on how he got into the game, his […]

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Diamonds Are A Tennis Racket’s Best Friend 5 Questions With Bijou Tennis Founder Agnese Rozite

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TweetWith 56 of the world’s elite players competing in one of the world’s most beautiful and prestigious tennis locations, Monte Carlo, this week, men’s tennis is all about exclusivity. To celebrate, The tennis review asked five questions to Bijou Tennis’ founder and creator Agnese Rozite about her stylish diamond studded tennis rackets, her tennis playing style, […]

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

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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

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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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Five Questions With Racqueteers.co.uk Managing Director Richard Lawrence

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TweetEver wondered how to find beloved older model tennis rackets at a great price? Richard Lawrence, managing director of racqueteers.co.uk, is here to help. The Tennis Review asked Richard five question about what inspires him, his tennis game, and buying and selling used tennis rackets. What inspired you to start racqueteers.co.uk? I have been playing tennis for over […]

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Five Questions With Saboor Khan On Life As A Tennis Ballboy

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Tweet Ever wondered how it feels to be a ball-boy at a professional tennis event? We talked to Saboor Khan about his experiences. 1. How did you get into ball boying?  I first got into ball boying when I made the tryouts. They choose the people who are good. 2. What has been your most […]

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Five Questions with SPORTmind Founder Jose Antonio Fernandez

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Tweet The Tennis Review chatted to Jose Antonio Fernandez, founder of SPORTmind, about his work, why players are sometimes afraid of success, and how it feels to help players evolve. Could you tell us in one sentence what SPORTmind is about?    SPORTmind wants to show young players the universal tools and values that can […]

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Five Questions with Tennis Experience Project Manager Hugo Allen

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TweetThe Tennis Experience, part of the Elite Sports Performance Expo, at London’s ExCeL is only a month away (June 15th-16th) so we talked to Connected Club’s Hugo Allen, project manager for The Tennis Experience, about preparations for the upcoming event, what inspired him to put it together and why you should go along and enjoy […]

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Five Questions With Luxury Tennis Bag Designer Alison van der Lande

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TweetThe tennis circuit is about to hit one of the world’s most stylish cities, Paris, for Roland Garros so The Tennis Review decided to ask luxury tennis bag designer Alison van der Lande five questions about her lovely tennis bags (we’ve felt them and they feel as good as they look), her favorite players, and […]

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Interview with Hernan Chousa Author of My Son The Tennis Player

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TweetTennis Parenting is not the easiest role in the tennis world, and it’s tough on tennis juniors, too, but help is at hand. The Tennis Review talked to ex ATP pro Hernan Chousa about his book My Son the Tennis Player and asked him his thoughts on the complicated world of tennis parenting. What is your […]

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