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Tennis Magazine

Sept/Oct 2021
Magazine

Coverage of the pro game, tips and instructions, plus the latest gear.

Mind The Game

Resolving Your Rules Questions & Quarrels

Aces & Faults • The clay and grass swings featured unexpected withdrawals, unseeded triumphs—and undisputed champions

Five Minutes With… Barbora Strycova & Hsieh Su-Wei

BILLY JOEL MAY BE A NEW YORK CITY ICON, BUT THE FANS IN QUEENS SHOULD START GETTING TO KNOW THIS PIANO MAN

SUMMER IN THE CITIES • Broadway may not re-open until mid-September, but tennis offers its own brand of live theatre in the preceding months

An Open Mind: New York’s Slam has no shortage of history, but it always evolves • In the last decade, Arthur Ashe Stadium got a roof, and a new Grandstand and Louis Armstrong Stadium debuted.

Those Fall Feels • The end of summer may be bittersweet, but getting lost amid the backroads of NEW ENGLAND adds a silver—and golden—lining to the season change. Pack a few sweaters along with your tennis kit and prepare for leaf-peeping, scenic drives and delicious autumnal ingredients to pair with your forehands

REOPEN SEASON • The pandemic halted tennis as an up-close experience—but is now giving way to pandemonium among crowds. As the pro game reopens this summer and fans gather again, we’re realizing what we’ve been missing for so long

THE 31 & over club • Time was when age 30 was considered the midnight hour for world-class athletes.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT • Queens is known for its gastronomy as much as its tennis. Daniil Medvedev, equal parts sugar and spice, hopes to add a unique flavor to the borough as he vies for his first major

MAKING THE TURN • Six years after saying goodbye to the pro-tour grind, Mardy Fish may be more active than ever—on the court, on the course, and helping combat a struggle anyone can encounter

Coaches' Corner • They are instructors par excellence, lifelong tennis advocates and compassionate community builders. But to the people they serve in Florida, they are—simply put—heroes

Stride Right • Want to improve your court coverage? Take longer steps

The Five-Step Sit-Down Plan • Don’t neglect the value of a smart changeover routine

General Assembly • A collection of great gear to improve everything from your gameplay to your playlist

Brain Training • It’s a good time to be a sports psychologist—particularly one who specializes in tennis

Tom Perrotta (1976-2021)


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Coverage of the pro game, tips and instructions, plus the latest gear.

Mind The Game

Resolving Your Rules Questions & Quarrels

Aces & Faults • The clay and grass swings featured unexpected withdrawals, unseeded triumphs—and undisputed champions

Five Minutes With… Barbora Strycova & Hsieh Su-Wei

BILLY JOEL MAY BE A NEW YORK CITY ICON, BUT THE FANS IN QUEENS SHOULD START GETTING TO KNOW THIS PIANO MAN

SUMMER IN THE CITIES • Broadway may not re-open until mid-September, but tennis offers its own brand of live theatre in the preceding months

An Open Mind: New York’s Slam has no shortage of history, but it always evolves • In the last decade, Arthur Ashe Stadium got a roof, and a new Grandstand and Louis Armstrong Stadium debuted.

Those Fall Feels • The end of summer may be bittersweet, but getting lost amid the backroads of NEW ENGLAND adds a silver—and golden—lining to the season change. Pack a few sweaters along with your tennis kit and prepare for leaf-peeping, scenic drives and delicious autumnal ingredients to pair with your forehands

REOPEN SEASON • The pandemic halted tennis as an up-close experience—but is now giving way to pandemonium among crowds. As the pro game reopens this summer and fans gather again, we’re realizing what we’ve been missing for so long

THE 31 & over club • Time was when age 30 was considered the midnight hour for world-class athletes.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT • Queens is known for its gastronomy as much as its tennis. Daniil Medvedev, equal parts sugar and spice, hopes to add a unique flavor to the borough as he vies for his first major

MAKING THE TURN • Six years after saying goodbye to the pro-tour grind, Mardy Fish may be more active than ever—on the court, on the course, and helping combat a struggle anyone can encounter

Coaches' Corner • They are instructors par excellence, lifelong tennis advocates and compassionate community builders. But to the people they serve in Florida, they are—simply put—heroes

Stride Right • Want to improve your court coverage? Take longer steps

The Five-Step Sit-Down Plan • Don’t neglect the value of a smart changeover routine

General Assembly • A collection of great gear to improve everything from your gameplay to your playlist

Brain Training • It’s a good time to be a sports psychologist—particularly one who specializes in tennis

Tom Perrotta (1976-2021)


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