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Steven Kaplan's picture
January 9, 2017

The new shiny USTA Center in Lake Nona, Fla. looks amazing, but looks aren't everything when it comes to building champions. This beautiful facility is 64 acres on a $63 million dollar (at least) campus with more than 100 tennis courts.

Steve Annacone's picture
January 2, 2017

Tennis has become a power game. Because of this, many players are getting stuck back at the baseline or even behind the baseline.

Steve Annacone's picture
December 27, 2016

The goal of your footwork on your groundstrokes should be to get to the ball so you are able to make contact between waist level and shoulder height. 

Steve Annacone's picture
December 19, 2016

Most people prefer their forehand to their backhand. Try this idea to get more balls hit to your stronger shot.

Steven Kaplan's picture
December 5, 2016

A new study in The British Journal of Sports Medicine using data from 11 health surveys for England and Scotland between 1994 and 2008 suggests that tennis reduces mortality rates 47 percent, the highest rate of any sport studied.

Brian Coleman's picture
December 1, 2016

The 2016 tennis season is all but over for the ATP and WTA Tour, and that means players are beginning their preparation for the 2017 campaign, and for many of them, that means finding a new coach.

Steven Kaplan's picture
November 23, 2016

Andy Murray is the world's number one for 2016, and no one is arguing … not even Novak Djokovic who said after losing the Tour Finals in London, "Andy is definitely number one in the world." 

Steven Kaplan's picture
October 25, 2016

Should I play high school tennis? It's a question that every highly-ranked player confronts (along with should I attend school or should I be home-schooled?). It wasn't always this way …

Steven Kaplan's picture
October 17, 2016

WTA CEO Steve Simon has proposed that professional tennis singles match scoring be modified to include no-ad scoring and third set "super tie-breakers similar to the changes made in doubles so that match length will be shorter and more predictable.