Nerve Damage Blues by Former USPTA Professional Brant Buckley

After a career ending on court tennis injury in his foot while teaching, Brant Buckley found strength in writing a song about it called Nerve Damage Blues. Check out a snippet about his beginnings, inspirations, music and tennis.

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The Tennis Foodie Year End Report 4

As I mentioned before, The Tennis Foodie was born out of love and passion for Food, Tennis, Fashion and Travel. My fourth year was not short of drama, features, awards, travel, tennis and fashion. So what changed after four years?

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How to choose a beginner tennis racket for your child

These days, children are considered the “couch” generation as they do not need to move around anymore. Everything that they need and want is already right on their fingers, with all the gadgets at their whim. However, it is still important to introduce them to more physical activities for their growth and development. A child does not need to be athletic as you may read here, but they always go outside and let those muscles go to work. Why don’t you try introducing them to a hobby that is still fun but involves more movement?

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The Tennis Foodie Turns Four

The Tennis Foodie turns four today. It’s been a very challenging yet ultra productive year. This year, I started to post daily at the start of the pandemic. I also released more recipes this year. I’ll continue to do that next year.

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Globe Rallied Behind Filipina Tennis Prodigy Alex Eala in 2020 French Open Juniors Bid

Pinoy pride is one of the things that immediately unites the nation, and this is often brought by Filipinos making it big in the international stage. When it comes to sports, there is a long list of Filipino athletes that have done the country proud including the likes of Manny Pacquiao, Hidilyn Diaz, Efren “Bata” Reyes, Carlos Yulo, and the Philippines Men’s Basketball Team. With their innate talents, sheer determination, and iron will, they bring pride to the country, and inspire and create better opportunities for young athletes to also rise to the top of their game.

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How to Get Better at Tennis Without a Court

Unless you’re lucky enough to have your own tennis court at home, there will be times when you can’t train or practice your game with the use of a court. However, there are lots of ways to work on your training to get better at tennis when you don’t have access to a court.

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Exclusive Interview with Holger Rune

I had an opportunity to chat with Holger Rune, winner of the boys’ singles at Roland Garros 2019 and ITF World Junior Finals 2019. He plans to utilize the junior exempt place he earned into World Tennis Tour events on the remainder of the season. He was born on April 29, 2003 and from Charlottenlund, Denmark. An aggressive baseliner with two-handed backhand, he currently plays at M25 Klosters this week.

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Go From Double Faults To Aces In 3 Easy Steps

If you adore playing tennis in your spare time and you love nothing more than getting stuck into a rally, you might be keen to improve your game. The most significant part of any tennis player’s armory is the serve. You could be great at the net, have perfect touch with volleys, and have a backhand like Monica Seles, but if your serve is pitiful, you aren’t going to be taking your game to the next level. The serve is the action that makes or breaks your games. Take a look at these three easy steps that you can follow to help you go from double faults to aces.

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