Treating Tennis Elbow

Treating Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow has plagued tennis players for years, but you don’t necessarily need to be an enthusiast of the sport to develop the condition. Tennis elbow, or Lateral Epicondylitis, is caused by the tearing of the tendons around the elbow and not enough recovery time...
Results of the 2017 French Open

Results of the 2017 French Open

Each year the bring orange, clay tennis courts of the French Open are used from late May to early June. This year, stars were born, strong players dominated, and a legend sat out entirely. Roger Federer The legacy of Roger Federer’s career is truly one of the most...
The French Open

The French Open

The French Open, also known as the Roland-Garros is a 2 week-long tennis tournament, held in Paris every year. The first tournament was held in 1891, and the players were all members of French clubs throughout the country. In 1897, women were allowed to play in the...
A Brief History of Tennis

A Brief History of Tennis

Some people might be surprised to learn that the game of tennis has been around for at least several hundred years. Some historians even believe that a game similar to today’s tennis was being played in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, but there is very little evidence...

Rivalry: Andy Murray and Milos Raonic

Here’s something that tennis enthusiasts will eat up: the official blog of the ATP has launched a series detailing some of the fiercest on-court rivalries this year. First up: Andy Murray and Milos Raonic. At first glance, Murray vs. Raonic may not seem like much of a...

2017 Australian Open Previews

The first Grand Slam Tournament of 2017 is fast approaching! Here are a few expert opinions and insights on what we can expect from some notable names at the Australian Open. Andy Murray: He may be the current number one and have scooped his second Wimbledon...

How the ATP Rankings Work

How many times have you looked at the little number next to a tennis player’s name and wondered what it meant? Not what the ranking was, per se, but how it got there? In the beginning of the modern tennis era, rankings were determined by a collection of journalists,...

del Potro is Back

Argentine Juan Martin del Potro fell to American Sam Querrey in the Delray beach Semi-Finals. But what del Potro’s participation meant is much more important than the outcome. This competition was his first professional outing in 11 months. His career is of great note...

The Novak Foundation

For decades, people have been arguing about whether or not sports figured should also be role models. But Tennis super-star Novak Djokovic is looking to put that to rest. He’s taken a fir stance on the issue, saying that athletes do serve as role models and have...