Tennis Drills For Kids

Tennis drills for kids should, ideally, provoke learning while still maintaining the fun of tennis. These drills are designed to expand on the fundamentals of the game while implementing numerous interesting coordination exercises that will help the children gain hand eye coordination. Remember, when teaching little kids tennis, make sure to keep a close eye […]

The appropriate tennis doubles strategy!

Tennis doubles strategy is probably the diamond in the rough of tennis. This section will describe the tactics and the strategies and then suggest ways in which you can capitalize on those tactics! Remember, practicing your doubles and the tactics are equally important so I suggest you read over the doubles tennis drills aswell! 🙂 […]

Tsonga Eyes Up Federer Clash!

It has been a couple of frustrating years for Jo Wilfred Tsonga who hasn’t of yet lived up to his expected potential after exploding onto the scene in 2007 at the Australian open, but the tennis betting offers are tipping the Frenchman to make a mark on 2013. Tsonga has certainly started the year off […]

Serana Williams Pulls Out of Brisbane Open

It has been a hugely difficult couple of seasons for tennis betting offers favorite Serena Williams after a run of unfortunate injures, and there were fears that she may miss the Australian Open after pulling out of the Brisbane International due to an ankle injury. Williams who has drastically fallen from the top of the […]

Punters’ Australian Open guide – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Andy Murray has tried and failed three times. Robin Soderling has twice had a go unsuccessfully, Tomas Berdych and Andy Roddick once. Juan Martin del Potro has done it, namely breaking the three-way domination of the men’s slams in recent years, but the man after Murray most likely to stir up the established order is […]

Rating the British chances downunder

With three players inside the top 100 of the WTA rankings, things are looking up for British tennis, in women’s terms at least. With Judy Murray due to take charge of the GB Fed Cup team, there seems to be sudden optimism, especially as the Heather Watson and Laura Robson (ranked 132nd) have youth on […]

Motivation still there for Clijsters

Defending Australian Open champion Kim Clijsters has admitted to feeling frustrated by her injuries last year but has insisted she is fully motivated ahead of her defence in Melbourne. The Belgian claimed her maiden Australian Open title at the beginning of last season, only to struggle throughout the rest of the year with series of […]

Australian Open women’s predictions

Punters know they have an interesting winner’s market to tackle when the world number one for the last 46 weeks is sixth favourite. Caroline Wozniacki’s vulnerability in slams is held against her, but she has everything in her armoury to go all the way in Melbourne and provides excellent value, as her rivals have stronger […]