Your game plan can change depending on the different types of tennis court surfaces on which you might be playing. Here are tips for becoming a master of all three: hard courts, clay and grass.
Fresh from an Olympic gold medal win, Rafael Nadal is setting his sights on the U.S. Open. Here are seven tips from the new world No. 1 for dominating the hard courts.
Although the availability of grass tennis courts has declined dramatically over the years, it is still one of the most interesting surfaces for tennis. Here are ten tips for getting the most out of your next match on grass.
Clay is dirty, unpredictable and can leave you face down in the dust. In short, some of the best tennis out there. To help you adjust to the nuances of clay courts, here are seven strategies for perfecting your slide game.
From heat exhaustion to dehydration, hard courts in the summer can take a toll on your body. Follow these tips for surviving the hottest days of the season.
10 Grass Court Tennis Destinations
While not everyone gets a chance to play on the courts at Wimbledon, there are still a good number of destinations in the U.S. for testing your game on grass.