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Darian King Putting Barbados Tennis On The Map

Darian King Putting Barbados Tennis On The Map

Mar. 21 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   I first heard of Darian King when he drew American Steve Johnson in the first round of the Olympic Games in 2016 in Rio de Janiero. I was working on the production team for NBC Olympics television in Stamford,...

Entrepreneurs Grow Tennis

Entrepreneurs Grow Tennis

Mar. 10 |   For decades’ tennis was a very popular sport and especially among American adults. The golden age of tennis in the 1970s, 1980s and into the early 1990s was sparked by professional stars like Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Chris Evert and Andre...

Eliot Teltscher – One of the Greatest Jewish Tennis Players Of All Time

Eliot Teltscher – One of the Greatest Jewish Tennis Players Of All Time

Mar. 10 | If it weren’t for the likes of John McEnroe or Jimmy Connors, Eliot Teltscher may have had a long run as the top player in the United States and may have even won a major singles title or two. Instead, the Palos Verdes, California native can claim...

The 101 on Tennis Betting

The 101 on Tennis Betting

Mar. 10 | Tennis is one the most viewed sports around the world loved by most, because it is so widely loved and enjoyed. It is known as the gentleman’s/ ladies’ sport –  a sport which creates superstars, makes hometown favorites, sees underdogs fighting...

Betting and Grand Slam Tennis

Betting and Grand Slam Tennis

Mar. 10 | Not only is Grand Slam tennis the absolute height of any player’s career, but is it also the most exciting event for tennis lovers and, and, and betting fan’s best opportunities to open their wallets and hope to fill them. Four countries host the...

Tantalising Tennis Titbits!

Tantalising Tennis Titbits!

Mar. 3 | Tennis is a fantastic game, and one that has been popular for hundreds of years! What was once a leisurely game played by the aristocracy has now become a high octane, adrenaline filled sport watched by millions around the world. With bet365 at FreeBets.com...

Leading Spine Surgeon Talks Protecting Spine During Tennis

Leading Spine Surgeon Talks Protecting Spine During Tennis

Feb. 2 | by Todd H. Lanman, MD If you think that tennis could be causing your low back pain, you are probably right, and you’re not alone. Studies show that 62% of tennis players have some degree of injury in their lower (lumbar) spine. Most of the time these...

PowerShares Series 2017 Tickets Now On Sale For Toronto, Charleston

PowerShares Series 2017 Tickets Now On Sale For Toronto, Charleston

Jan. 16 | Tickets for the first two events on the 2017 PowerShares Series in Toronto, Canada and Charleston, S.C. are now on sale. The Champions Challenge in Toronto, to be played March 30 at 7pm at the Ricoh Coliseum, will feature John McEnroe, Jim Courier,...

Inaugural Kolyada Pro-Am Tennis Tournament in St. Petersburg, Russia is a Huge Success

Inaugural Kolyada Pro-Am Tennis Tournament in St. Petersburg, Russia is a Huge Success

Jan. 12 | The first Pro-Am tennis tournament to be played in St. Petersburg, Russia, named Kolyada, took place before a crowd of enthusiastic tennis fans who were treated to a high-spirited championship match, played in the well-known Pro-Am format. The tournament...

Arraya Tennis In Key Biscayne To Host Wild Card Event For Mardy Fish Vero Beach USTA Futures

Arraya Tennis In Key Biscayne To Host Wild Card Event For Mardy Fish Vero Beach USTA Futures

Jan. 9 | The Arraya Tennis Academy in Key Biscayne, Fla., will be the host of the first of two wild card singles events for the 2017 Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation Tennis Championships, a $15,000 men’s USTA Futures event played in Vero Beach, Florida. Arraya...

Saving Nine Match-Points – All With Backhand Down-The-Line Passing Shots: A Throwback Article From World Tennis Magazine

Saving Nine Match-Points – All With Backhand Down-The-Line Passing Shots: A Throwback Article From World Tennis Magazine

Jan. 8 | By George Lott, Jr. The following is an article published in the June 1964 edition of World Tennis magazine by International Tennis Hall of Fame member George Lott on his U.S. Davis Cup teammate Sidney Wood, one of the most fascinating figures in the...

The Legacy of Bud Collins Lives On With “The Bud Collins History of Tennis” Book

The Legacy of Bud Collins Lives On With “The Bud Collins History of Tennis” Book

Dec. 22 | The legacy of Bud Collins will continue in his encyclopedic compilation “The Bud Collins History of Tennis,” which is now available in a third edition. Collins, the most influential and famous journalist in the history of tennis, died on...