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Tennis Articles Published Since 2011

Roger Federer Encourages Indonesian Rainforest Activists

How Tennis Works: Two-Handed Backhand with Carl Bryan

History of USTA League - a 35 Year Success Story in Adult Tennis

"Empowering Israel's Children" Ambassadors Coming To SoCal

Southern California start-up Shark Wheel reinvents the wheel

Dbls teams contest 3rd annual MAK Games 2015 on famed Infinity court

Chain Link Tennis Board on Pinterest

Social media in the business of tennis

Warner Tennis Center embracing Pickleball, the fastest growing
sport in America

Dennis Novikov serves way to sixth Pro Circuit title at Calabasas

Long Beach tennis professional named Director of Tennis for the ITHoF

Get match tough at Warner Tennis Center in Woodland Hills

Stan Smith to be honored at the 2015 Ojai tennis tournament

Palisades Tennis Club in Newport Beach - 40 years of tennis excellence

USTA Foundation awards $10,000 program grant to Aceing Autism

My new HEAD Graphene Speed MP A tennis racquet

Steve Johnson Tennis Academy raising champions in San Clemente, CA

Steve Riggs, City of Irvine tennis professional extraordinaire

Angel Lopez Tennis Academy - one of San Diego's best places for tennis

Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center - success story in the city of Calabasas

Jack Broudy's non-linear game and the Infinity School of Tennis

Veronica Azarenka and Bryan Bros at V-Grid Tennis Fest

Tennis at high age? Health benefits win for senior players

Win that tennis match by becoming ruthless (in a nice way)

San Fernando Valley tennis professional teaches skills that last a lifetime

Meet America's biggest tennis nut

USTA League Coordinators, the backbone of local league tennis

Tennis is a game of emergencies -
Book review of NET NOTES by Howie Burnett

Fourth Annual National Wounded Warriors Tennis Camp a Huge Success

Southern California Tennis Director writes historic post-revolutionary war novel

Chris Ojakian Tennis - Ribbon cutting at the Langham Huntington in Pasadena

Lessons to learn from true legends of tennis

 

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