The Tennis Foodie Year End Report 3

Another challenging yet a very productive year for The Tennis Foodie. As I mentioned before, The Tennis Foodie was born out of love and passion for Food, Tennis, Fashion and Travel. My third year was not short of drama, features, awards, travel, tennis and fashion. So what changed after three years?

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Contact Lenses That Improve Your Tennis Game

Have you ever seen a professional tennis player wearing eyeglasses? Professional players ditch traditional eyewear with contact lenses because of the many advantages these provide. If you wear glasses daily, you might consider getting that competitive advantage over your opponents by wearing contact lenses as you play.

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The Tennis Foodie Turns Three

The Tennis Foodie turns three today. Wow! I can’t believe that this time will come. I never imagined myself maintaining a blog for a long time. Same as last year, my third year has been very challenging yet very productive. I wasn’t doing well on the first half of the year. It came to a point that my ranking dip so much that I had to rebuilt on my traffic. I did a social media and blog detox for a month in the United States to focus on my new career and also re-channel my laser focus on graduate school.

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French Open 2019: Strengths, weaknesses, and betting odds of top players

The French Open is one of the most prestigious tennis championship events in the world. It will be held over two weeks between May and June 2019 at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, France. The French Open is the only Grand Slam event to be played on clay, the slowest surface of any of the Grand Slam events. Remember, clay is a much harder surface to grip and to change direction on, meaning a player needs to be particularly fit, mobile, quick, and make usage of the slide technique to get to shots.

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Collect Tennis Balls with Kollectaball

Kollectaball is the leading manufacturer and supplier of bespoke tennis ball retriever which has been designed by leading tennis coaches to ensure it meets the tennis ball collecting needs. The company is based in Peckleton, Leicester, United Kingdom.

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