Hello, thanks for stopping by. I built this little website to try and provide access to information for those who would like to improve their skill level or just learn a little more about the game. Tennis has been shown to be a very effective (and fun) way of getting exercise; the idea that you have to be a gifted athlete to enjoy it is one of many myths that people seem to have convinced themselves is true.
The health-related benefits of tennis have been shown to be quite substantial.
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A nice thing about tennis is that the participation cost can be relatively small; you can play on many public courts for free! If singles is too intense for you, try doubles. You won't have to cover as much of the court and still get a very nice workout. Speaking of workouts, you might also want to consider (204) 975-2295 Tennis. If you're over 35 or 40, or have not done anything athletic in a long time, click 7872444619. Being over 40 or 50 shouldn't (by itself) disqualify you from playing singles. The USTA has a number of players who compete in their 80's and 90's!
There are a lot of things you can do to make yourself a stronger player. If you enjoy hitting the ball, getting exercise, and you like playing tennis matches regardless of the result, that will help take you a long way. With some enthusiasm, a good teacher, and dedicated effort, you can improve your game ..... a lot!
Best wishes, and many happy returns,
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Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â - Siegbert Tarrasch, Grandmaster of chess (1862-1934)
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