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Stonyfield Tip of the Month: Holiday Eating Strategies

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Over the next few weeks, as you are enjoying time with friends and relatives, your usual eating and training routine will most likely be disrupted. While a little disruption is healthy, don’t let yourself get so far off track you feel like you have to start all over in January. Follow these ten tips to keep yourself in “game shape” throughout the holiday season. Read More
 

Rublev, Liang win Orange Bowl 16s titles

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Russia’s Andrey Rublev and Canada’s Gloria Liang each overcame their emotions, no matter how different those emotions were, to capture the boys’ and girls’ 16s singles titles Saturday at the Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships. Read More
 

Team USA blogs from 2012 Master'U BNP Paribas

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Greg Patton, Boise State head men’s tennis coach, and Amanda Augustus, Cal head women’s tennis coach, are coached a U.S. collegiate team of Lauren Embree, Jacqui Cako, Zoe Scandalis, Jarmere Jenkins, Evan King and Ray Sarmiento to the title at the 2012 Master'U BNP Paribas Championships in Aix-en-Provence, France, Dec. 5-9. The coaches and players wrote a blog for USTA.com of the team's adventures while they were in France. Read More
 

Smyczek, Buchanan to replace Johnson, Sock in Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs

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Tim Smyczek and Chase Buchanan will replace Steve Johnson and Jack Sock, respectively, in the 2012 Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs, held Dec. 14-16 at Life Time Athletic & Tennis at Peachtree Corners in Norcross, Ga. Read More
 

Townsend clinches year-end No. 1 ranking at Orange Bowl


Taylor Townsend, the top seed in the girls' 18s draw, grinded out a 7-5, 5-7, 7-6 (2) victory over No. 5 Carol Zhao of Canada, solidifying her year-end ITF No. 1 junior ranking and becoming the first American girl to hold that position since Gretchen Rush in 1982. Read More
 

Unseeded Baughman advances to Orange Bowl quarterfinals


On the surface, as the only unseeded player left in the Orange Bowl Boys 18s draw, Deiton Baughman would seem to be an unlikely contender. However, Baughman advanced to the Orange Bowl quarterfinals upending No. 4 seed Borna Coric of Croatia, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 for his third three-set win of the tournament. Read More
 

Net Gain: Three drills for closing in on the net

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Find a few drills to help you effectively close in on the net and close out the point. Read More
 

Grandfather, grandson bond with play at National Hard Courts

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It was a moment that neither of them will probably ever forget at the recent Grandfather and Grandson National Hard Court Championships at the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club. Les Baker, an 81-year-old resident of Tucson, Ariz., stepped on the court for a first round match with Austin Stone, his nine-year-old grandson from Carpinteria, Calif. Read More
 

Rowe family tennis love spans generations

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For the Rowe family of Coronado, Calif., playing tennis is a family affair that spans three generations.​ Read More
 

Makarova among U.S. girls to reach Orange Bowl 3rd round

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Christina Makarova was one of four American girls who advanced to the third round of the Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships 18s draw on Wednesday, and the 16-year old from San Diego seemingly has the talent, coaching and bloodlines to keep winning. Read More
 
Results: 1053 Record(s) Found.
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