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How to Balance Playing Tennis and Education While at College

One of the biggest questions many students have is how to balance their passion for sport and their studies.    If your sport is integrated into the curriculum, or your college has the sports team to accommodate, it is often easier to make everything match up.    Many U.S. More

The Advantages of Being Part of a College Tennis Team

College tennis gives players in the US the chance to follow a professional career in this field, without compromising their studies. From equipment and facilities to training and physiotherapy, college tennis offers them the financial support they need, while also helping them become professionals upon graduating.   more...

Top Online Games for Tennis Fans

If you love all things tennis, boy, do we have a treat for you today. Ever heard of tennis-based online casino slots? These new games are becoming very popular online, and for a good reason.   more...

There Was Only One Winner in The Women’s US Open Final, But It’s Still A Win For Female Tennis As Whole

In Leylah Fernandez’s interview following her semi-final win against Aryna Sabalenka on September 9th, the 19-year-old Canadian shouted out none other than Steve Nash. “It’s a huge inspiration,” Fernandez said when asked what it was like to have Nash in her player box.   more...

Game, set, match! US Open Preview

Given we are now well into the 21st century, it is amazing how much sport seems to be affected by the changing seasons. In a consumer-led society such as ours, it is amazing that television broadcasters don’t demand that sports seasons should be elongated so that there is never a gap in the schedule.   more...

Which College Tennis Stars Will Make it to the Big Time?

Trying to predict who will make it to the big time and who won’t make the cut is tough. You can take any of the greats, including Roger Federer, and argue about their progression. It only takes a small incident to   more...