Top 10 Funny Tennis Videos on the Internet

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Let’s face it, when it comes to sports one of the main reasons, whether you are a participant or a spectator is to have fun. I’ve compiled the top 10 funny tennis videos on the internet for that very reason. Part of being a good sportsperson is to […] Read more »

Is Novak Djokovic the New King of Men’s Singles Tennis?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Is Novak Djokovic the new king of men’s singles tennis? Being ranked No. 1 in ATP ranking and taking the 2011 season by storm, with promises that 2012 we also be devoured by the Serb, does not seem to be enough for tennis fans. With the brilliance and […] Read more »

Roger Federer: Confident, Controlled, Aggressive Tennis Wins in Dubai

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Roger Federer: confident, controlled, aggressive tennis wins in Dubai. The Swiss tennis star now carries another trophy to add to his shelf, and having closed the 2011 season with confidence, he claims that confidence boost that winners achieve in mega doses. Defeating Andy Murray in the final at […] Read more »

Ivan Lendl Coaching Andy Murray in the Mental Game of Tennis

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr With Ivan Lendl coaching Andy Murray in the mental game of tennis we shall see the results of this collaboration when he plays in Dubai. The importance of the inner game in the Scots tactics will hopefully have changed any negative energy to be focused more on the […] Read more »

Ivan Lendl Coaching Andy Murray to Improve Mental Tennis and Physical Fitness

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr The top three men’s tennis champions are probably the best players of all time, and it’s difficult to penetrate that mastery and experience, but Ivan Lendl coaching Andy Murray to improve mental tennis and physical fitness may see the Scot break through that mental and physical barrier. Furthermore, […] Read more »

Maria Sharapova Tennis Grunt Grumble Back in the Press

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr With the Maria Sharapova tennis grunt grumble back in the press, it makes me wonder what the real beef is since it has been part of her game since she was a child? With the world No. 4 playing some of her best tennis in years, I say […] Read more »

Australian Open Tennis Tournament 2012: Will Someone Topple the Djoker?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr In the Australian Open tennis tournament 2012: Will someone topple the Djoker? With an amazing 2011 season under his belt and the determination to continue his domination in men’s tennis, Novak Djokovic remains confident but aware of the pressures that will soon unravel at the Rod Laver Arena […] Read more »

Andy Murray Tennis Style Enough to Win the Australian Open?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Is the Andy Murray tennis style enough to win the Australian Open? Murray seems to think so, and is confident and match fit for the upcoming ATP tournament in Melbourne, Australia. With renewed inner game strength and the smell of victory still in the air after his recent […] Read more »

Health Benefits of Playing Tennis Can Make a Difference

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Just take a look at tennis players, especially professionals, and what you see are athletes in the peak of health. Obviously, the health benefits of playing tennis can make a difference and it’s definitely an example of a sport that burns a lot of calories, and requires a […] Read more »

Roger Federer Facebook Fans: How the Tennis King Wins Games

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Roger Federer Facebook fans: How the tennis king wins games has got everyone talking and wondering if Roger will claim back his No. 1 seed position in the ATP world rankings in 2012. With a more than impressive end-of-season winning streak, Federer is showing how a champion can […] Read more »