1. Nikola 'Niki' Pilic: A Name That Every Tennis Enthusiast Should Know

    It was in the winter of 2007 when I found myself standing outside of a real tennis academy. At the time, I didn't have much of a game to speak of, but when my parents and I heard about an academy in Münich, Germany, curiosity got the better of us...

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  2. Biology Lab Project: Dissecting Maestro Roger Federer's Forehand

    Roger Federer 's game can be described in many ways, but one word comes to my mind: classy. I've been a Federita since I started tennis and have been so fortunate to see pretty much every single one of his matches...

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  3. Question for You: What Led You into Tennis?

    As a writer, it’s easy for me to babble on about my thoughts and ideas. But the most important part of writing is listening and taking in what the people who make the comments have to say...

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  4. Tennis: One of the Most Underrated Sports in the World

    Have you ever heard a friend, or perhaps a stranger, say, "Oh tennis? Pfft! What a joke! That ain't a sport! I would be the boss in that!" Well I certainly have heard countless people say this—from sports enthusiasts to sports-coach-watchers...

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  5. Roger Federer Takes Home 71st Title in Rotterdam

    Roger's solid performance in Rotterdam sure gave him and his fans something to cheer about. It was not only his first title of 2012, but his 71st title to date, taking down an always-tough opponent in Juan Martin Del Potro (Delpo)...

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  6. Robin Söderling Continues to Be out of Tennis with Mono

    Robin Söderling was diagnosed with mononucleosis last summer and, it is still giving him a lot of trouble. He was not able to play in the Australian Open...

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  7. Tennis: Stress Fracture Forces Andrea Petkovic to Take a Vacation

    The friendly personable woman from Germany was diagnosed with a stress fracture in her lower back which kept her from playing in the Australian Open back in January...

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  8. Laureus Awards: Novak Djokovic Wins World Sportsman of the Year

    Novak Djokovic has become such a huge name in tennis that even people who are not familiar with the sport have taken notice. He is not a Federer, nor a Borg, a McEnroe or any other player...

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  9. Federer Is Still the Man: Anniversary of Roger as Numero Uno

    Does the date Feb. 2, 2004 mean anything to you? It should for all of the Federites out there. That was the day that Roger Federer became world No...

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  10. My Tennis Coach and I: What's All the Screaming About?

    Maria Sharapova , Victoria Azarenka , Serena and Venus Williams and Monica Seles…what do all of these women have in common? That’s right...

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  11. My Tennis Coach and I: Why Is Novak Djokovic so Good?

    Everyone has noticed this incredible hot streak that Novak Djokovic has been having. Ladies and gentlemen, it is not (only) because he has removed the gluten from his diet. It’s complicated yet simple: He is more confident than ever...

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