10 Top Tips from Maria Sharapova: Tennis Diet and Workout Plan

Written by Contributing Editor Cathy Gehr (Health Researcher and Nutrition Adviser) Maria Sharapova made her professional breakthrough in 2004 at age 17, and the 25 year old Russian tennis star is still making tennis history, both on and off the court. Although at present the former world No. 1 in women’s tennis, she is still […] Read more »

Sharapova Defeats Wozniacki: No Hand Shake from the Dane for Umpire

Maria Sharapova defeats Wozniacki: no handshake from the Dane for umpire. With an aggressive start to the match, the Russian sweetheart forced her way to dominate the first set with her confidence and drive, but this dropped away and the former world No. 1, Wozniacki, fought back and temporarily looked like she was going to […] Read more »

Tony Nadal’s Tennis Mental Toughness Training for Rafael Nadal

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Tony Nadal’s tennis mental toughness training for Rafael Nadal needs to break through a particular barrier, and that barrier is Novak Djokovic. The world No. 1 started the season with the Australian Open singles title after a marathon 6 hour game against Nadal. Rafa put up a fight […] Read more »

Roger Federer: Olympics Tennis Gold Medal a Major Career Goal

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Roger Federer: Olympics tennis gold medal a major career goal for the sixteen times Grand Slam champion. At 30 years of age, Federer realizes that although his illustrious career still continues, he admits that taking home a gold medal for Switzerland would be a “dream come true” for […] Read more »

Bernard Tomic Comments on Roger Federer Tennis

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr After his recent defeat at the Australian Open, Bernard Tomic comments on Roger Federer tennis. The up and coming tennis star looked good in his matches leading up to his game with Federer, and his fans were pumped for supporting him through to victory, but that was not […] Read more »

Li Na Tennis News: China’s Grand Slam Champion at Australian Open 2012

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Li Na tennis news: China’s grand slam champion at Australian Open 2012 after a solid month of training in Munich. She made no time for promotional photo sessions or media interviews in Germany, but rather focused on fitness and health by working hard at what she described as […] Read more »

Serena Williams: I Don’t Love Tennis Says the World No. 12

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Here’s an announcement that may surprise you Serena Williams: I Don’t Love Tennis Says the World No. 12. Yes, that’s right, much the same as Andre Agassi, Serena does not really love the sport as much as you would think, in fact, not much at all! As fans, […] Read more »

Wimbledon Hero Tim Henman Plays Tennis: Special Purpose Strokes

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Wimbledon hero Tim Henman plays tennis: special purpose strokes, and you may be thinking the tactical and strategic kind of strokes for winning tennis tournaments, but this was more than that. This was a game with a mission to support the sport, and to encourage a friend, and, […] Read more »

Tennis Footwork Exercise Drills Help You Play Like a Grand Slam Champion

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor A key ingredient for tennis players at any level is the knowledge that the implementation of tennis footwork exercise drills help you play like a grand slam champion. Agility proves to be a huge part of the game, and trainers look at the footwork aspects of the game […] Read more »

Andy Murray Gluten-Free Tennis Champion Diet

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor World No. 3 admits it hasn’t been easy on a special diet, but he acknowledges that it has paid off. The Andy Murray gluten-free tennis champion diet has given him newfound and noticeable energy levels. The most common foods eaten for producing energy have been pasta and bread, […] Read more »