While the appearance of lean abs is appealing to the eye, for a tennis player, the strength and functionality of the core is more important.By Suzanna McGee
Tennis Articles & Advice
From tennis elbow to knee pain or foot blisters, tennis injuries come in a wide range of pain and from a variety of sources. Increase your court time
Depending on your injury, reducing inflammation and resting may do little to get you off the bench. Thankfully there are alternative treatments that aBy T. Grace Steinley, D.C.
Daily stretching of your glutes will keep your hips functional, and as a result, you'll find your movement on the tennis court to be faster and more eBy Suzanna McGee
Perfect your shot making with this drill designed to improve your downtheline accuracy.
When it comes to tennis doubles, strategy and communication are key. Here are tips on how to develop a partnership that takes you to match point.
The zone is a state of mind where overcoming great odds seems effortless. Find out six simple ways to get there.By Oscar Wegner
USTA Player Development recently announced that it has hired Stanford Boster as a USTA National Coach for Men's Tennis and Jayadeva Devashetty as a USBy USTA.com