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Results: 1053 Record(s) Found.

Bryans entertain all challengers

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Five doubles teams from Georgia all got a shot to play the Bryans on the opening night of the Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs in Norcross, Ga., on Friday. “The Battle of Georgia” exhibition featured first-to-four games exhibition matches between local players and the Olympic gold medalists. Read More
 

Min wins on day 1 of Australian Open Playoffs

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Grace Min, the 18-year old Atlanta native, toppled top-seeded Julia Cohen, of Philadelphia, 6-3, 6-4, in Friday’s quarterfinals of the Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs at Life Time Athletic & Tennis at Peachtree Corners in Norcross, Ga. Read More
 

Bryans commit to play in BB&T Atlanta Open

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The winningest men’s doubles team of all-time will be coming to Atlanta in 2013, with reigning Olympic gold medalists and US Open champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan committing to play in the 2013 BB&T Atlanta Open. Read More
 

November Honor Roll

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Player Development talent spotlight for the month of November 2012. Read More
 

The Box Jump: Give your legs explosive strength

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Ground strokes and volleys both start with a split-step, during which the muscles of the legs absorb the shock of touching down on the ground, and are typically followed by an explosive movement in one direction or the other. Here is the box jump, a great plyometric drill that will help train your legs for explosive movements. Read More
 

Tennis Participation Continues to Climb

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According to a survey conducted for the USTA and Tennis Industry Association by Taylor Research and Consulting, tennis participation increased by 4 percent in 2012, topping 28 million players for the first time since 2009 and pointing towards exciting trends towards growth in younger demographics. Read More
 

Four Americans named 2012 ITF World Champions

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Four Americans -- Serena Williams, Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan and Taylor Townsend – have been selected by the International Tennis Federation as 2012 ITF World Champions, joining some of tennis’ top names in receiving the prestigious honor this year. Read More
 

Townsend finishes 2012 at No. 1


Taylor Townsend entered 2012 largely unknown in international tennis circles. She ends the year as the No. 1 junior girl in the world—the first American girl in 30 years to hold the top ranking. Read More
 

Player to Player: Wrist Control while Serving

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Read tips other players gave on last week's column, "Wrist Control while Serving," and send us your advice to this week's question from John, who is looking for a breakdown of the proper technique for hitting a forehand. Read More
 

Konjuh, Djere win Orange Bowl 18s singles titles

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Ana Konjuh and Laslo Djere won the Girls' and Boys' 18s singles titles, respectively, at the 2012 Orange Bowl. Taylor Townsend and Gabrielle Andrews won the Girls' 18s doubles title and Christian Garin and Nicolas Jarry won the Boys' 18s doubles title. Read More
 
Results: 1053 Record(s) Found.
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