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Daftar Pemain Tenis Kelas Dunia : International Tennis Players

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ATP Players
Roger Federer
Rafael Nadal
Novak Djokovic
Nikolay Davydenko
Andy Roddick
Fernando Gonzalez
James  Blake
David Ferrer
Tommy Robredo
Tomas Berdych
Tommy Haas
Ivan Ljubicic
Guillermo Canas
Richard Gasquet
Carlos Moya
 
WTA Players
Justine Henin
Svetlana Kuznetsova
Jelena Jankovic
Maria Sharapova
Anna Chakvetadze
Ana Ivanovic
Serena Williams
Nadia Petrova
Venus Williams
Daniela Hantuchova
Marion Bartoli
Amelie Mauresmo
Patty Schnyder
Nicole Vaidisova
Elena Dementieva

Other Players
David Nalbandian
Marat Safin
Lleyton Hewitt
Marcos Baghdatis
Andy Murray
Mario Ancic
Andre Agassi
Guillermo Coria
Bryan Brothers
Lindsay Davenport
Martina Hingis
Kim Clijsters
Gaston Guadio
Dominik Hrbaty
Mary Pierce

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Sukses Olahragawan Tenis : Cross Training Ideas For Tennis Training Success

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There are many components that contribute to an effective tennis-training programme but whilst most people will readily mention strength, endurance, flexibility, speed etc one of the most important yet understated components is variety.

Your body is fantastically adaptive in as much as if you repeat the same thing over and over you will adapt and it will become the norm (an important factor in learning), however if you perform the same workout routine (no matter how good it is) it will eventually prove counter productive as all initial gains you make plateau and there will be no overload and any gains will be reversed.

Think of it another way, if you play your favourite song over and over again for too long it will eventually lose its early appeal.

This is where using other sports and methods of training (or cross-training as it is known), is important.

For the pro players that I work with, participating in other sports keeps them physically and mentally fresh (they obviously play so much tennis) whilst still promoting a training stimulus.

For my junior players (minis included) as well as my recreational adults (some very serious and not too recreational by the way), it is a way of training many of the fitness components critical for tennis away from the tennis environment whilst still retaining a competitive games – based edge. This is especially true of the “mini” juniors for whom early “specialisation” in a single sport has been shown to be counterproductive.

Here are some ideas to either spice up or enhance a program you are currently doing, or to get you started on a new one.

1. Participate in sports such as basketball, soccer, baseball or volleyball.

All these sports have the stop-start repeated sprint tempo that tennis requires with soccer providing a multidirectional agility-training stimulus that is vital for effective court coverage. Although basketball and volleyball include many directional changes as well, they have a large leg power component to them through the repeated jumping that takes place.

Baseball has many useful tennis related aspects to it such as pitching and getting the ball from base to base (which are throwing actions like the tennis serve) and sliding to make base can be very useful when you come to play on clay where sliding is a vital component for success.

2. Use outdoor activities.

Cardio training can be achieved by running, hiking (also good for leg strength), skating (balance and agility), skipping (co-ordination), cycling and swimming, to mention just a few. If you are in a park you could use equipment such as benches, balance beams, monkey bars, rope climbs etc. to do body weight driven exercises such as push-ups, pull-ups, balancing, step-ups, squat jumps, tricep dips, calf raises, etc.

As always start slowly and at your own pace and progress slowly increasing the length and/or intensity as you improve.

So, with a little thought and creativity you can combine all the fitness components necessary for improving tennis performance into workouts that take place away from your normal tennis environment, thereby allowing you to be physically and sometimes more importantly mentally fresh every time you step back on the court to play a match or have a lesson.

Who knows you may even find yourself having fun whist getting fitter and improving your tennis!

Before starting any exercise program, always be sure to first consult your physician.

About The Author

Paul Gold has a Masters degree in Sports Sciences and is a Performance Enhancement Specialist and Speed Agility Quickness trainer. For information about products and services contact via http://www.tennis-training-central.com
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March 3, 2008 at 9:09 am

Sepatu Tenis : Tennis Shoes

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When you were a kid you had at least two pair of shoes. One pair was your “good” one your mother referred to as your “dress shoes,” while the other pair was your “everyday” shoes, most probably of athletic nature. These shoes, specially designed for sporting activities, were given the generic name “athletic shoes,” which is still considered a category that consists of running, basketball and tennis footwear. Originally introduced as part of the sporting apparel, athletic shoes are now worn as part of a casual look. Going for a walk, running across the shore, or playing outdoor games, are examples of the instances that people of all ages select to wear them. But how did all begin and why do more and more different types of athletic shoes being produced?

It is much more than the supply and demand curve, but it all comes down to that. Modern sneakers have beginnings in various sports shoes. One ancestor is the expensive British upper-class footwear of the late 1800s, used for lawn tennis, cricket, croquet, and at the beach. While at the turn of the twentieth century, football and baseball players wore essentially the same shoe type as before, the leather high-topped lace-ups with leather soles and cleats, the need to have footwear that provided a good grip onto the ground was the reason why a variety of lightweight shoes were introduced. Special shoes that would allow runners to move and lead to positive results, like increasing their speed and thus, their competitiveness, were ordered. Thus, as the need for greater speed increased, so did the athletic shoes’ number and styles. By refining and improving the shoes’ traction, sportswear companies created a subcategory in sports apparel; the shoemaking industry that is now worth billions. The sneakers’ demand emerged as athletes drew spectators to games and scientists invented new ways to accelerate human limits and improve athletes’ scores.

The dictionary defines the athletic shoe or sneaker as “a sports shoe usually made of canvas and having soft rubber soles; also called tennis shoe.” As today, uppers can be of leather, nylon, canvas, plastic, or combinations of these, and the shoe bottom surface has come to include any type of natural or synthetic rubber soles, tennis shoes are not equivalent to any other type of athletic shoe types. Sure, the term “tennis shoes” has become a generic term for athletic shoes, but this should not give the wrong impression to people that all sports shoes are the same or that one should wear them interchangeably regardless of the game/sport played. Running shoes on a tennis court, for example, are a sprained or broken ankle waiting to happen. Running shoes are built with a thick, soft heel to maximize cushioning for straight-forward, heel-to-toe foot impacts. Playing tennis is all about sudden starts and stops, as well as moving quickly from side to side. The trouble is that, during extreme stopping, cornering, and pivoting, if the sneaker’s outsole is too rigid, the tennis player loses contact with the playing surface, which results in a loss of footing. In addition, since runners do not usually move sharply sideways, while “on the run,” the running shoe sole is totally unsuitable for the sideways movements a tennis player makes.

From Keds, which were the first tennis shoes in 1917, to today’s extraordinary designs and expensive advertising budgets, shoemakers continue to design shoes with an eye towards accommodating various types and shapes of feet. When one adds to this equation, the trendy variety of styles, the outcome speaks for itself. There is always an option available for our feet will feel comfortable while playing a friendly match of tennis.

About The Author

Jonathon Hardcastle writes articles for http://thetennisstop.net/ – In addition, Jonathon also writes articles for http://recreationsource.net/ and http://fortheloveofgames.net/.
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March 3, 2008 at 9:08 am

Pelatihan Tenis : The Tennis Grip

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When playing tennis it is important to consider the grip. This is used to hold the tip of the racket from the frame.

You must find the correct size of tennis grip for your hand because you can damage your wrist if it is too small or cause hand strain if it is too big. To figure out what grip is the right size for you, take a tape measure and measure the hand you hold the racquet with.

The measurement you are looking for is the length between the middle of your palm to the tip of your ring finger. That is the finger next to your little finger. This length should be the same distance as the grip around the handle of the racquet. Young people will be less than four inches where as an average woman is about four and an eighth to four and three eighth inches. A man is about four and a half inches to four and three fourth inches.

This grip must be replaced when it wears smooth or begins to separate from the handle. It is best to change it often depending on how many times you play tennis a week. The type of grip recommended for your racquet can be found in the inside throat. There are two types of replacement tennis grips.

Those are “cushioned” and “firm”. The firm is made of high density calfskin, or cowhide leather. This is preferred by those players who want to feel the ball meet the racquet. If you want relief for your hand, you should choose the cushioned grip. However this choice makes it hard to feel the ball touch your racquet.

When your grip pores are clogged up by dirt or sweat, the grip becomes hard and at this time you can purchase an overgrip. Overgrips are temporary grips that should be replaced once for every five times you play tennis. They become gluey if not changed and this can affect your game. If you buy certain artificial overgrips they may be easier to clasp then the leather types.

Based on the adhesive used there are three types of overgrips available. “Soft” has less friction and causes less blistering but you have to grip it harder to stop it from twisting when hitting off center balls. “Tacky” can give a person a lot of blisters but it does prevent slippage and “Dry” has a flypaper feel, this gives a player a good grip but the stickiness can slow them down when they want to change the handle fast.

It is important to consider your tennis grip for power. It will help you reduce the amount of energy you extend hitting the ball into the opposing court thereby maintaining your stamina.

About The Author

Gavin Sanderson provides articles on http://www.soccer-kick.com. Visit http://www.tennis-central.com to find more of his work.

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March 3, 2008 at 9:07 am

Tenis Pro Indonesia : More Commonly Asked Tennis Questions

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There are so many rules in tennis that it can be tough to accurately determine who is at fault when certain situations come up. The more that you know about the sport, the better the chance you have at being able to avoid any controversy should one of the less-common situations in tennis come up.

Q: When can I call a foot foul on my opponent?

A: In a match that is not being judged by a referee, it can be difficult to determine whether or not you should call out a foot foul. Since tennis rules stipulate that the opponent should be given the benefit of the doubt in any controversial calls, foot fouls should only be called when every effort of informing the opponent about the practice has failed and the foot fouling continues to a flagrant degree.

Q: What mistakes result in a service fault?

A: Service faults can be caused by a number of factors. When a player makes a foot foul, doesn’t serve from the proper area, or doesn’t follow the proper form for preparing the serve, they are said to have a service fault. In addition, players that miss the ball whilst trying to serve are also said to have committed a service fault. If, after serving, the ball hits a permanent fixture of the court, such as the singles stick or the posts of the net before bouncing, a service fault is commited. Finally, when the ball touches the server or the server’s partner, or any part of their clothing, before or after a serve, a service fault is said to have occurred. After the first service fault occurs, the server is expected to take their second serve without delay as to ensure that they are not simply buying time to rest.

Service should be performed by the serving party within 20 seconds, or they will incur a time violation.

Q: What determines a let?

A: A let occurs most often when, during service, the ball touches the net and lands on the opponent’s side of the court. There are a few other situations that merit a let, including the unlikely situation in which the ball hits one of the receivers or an article of their clothing before bouncing. Also, if the ball is served before the receiver is ready, a let occurs. The service is considered to have never occurred, and it does not change the results of any prior faults on the part of the server.

About The Author

Kadence Buchanan writes articles for http://thetennisstop.net/ – In addition, Kadence also writes articles for http://igolfcentral.net/ and http://erecreationstation.com/
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March 3, 2008 at 9:06 am

Pelatih Tenis Junior : The Basic Rules Of Tennis

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Thinking of starting to play tennis? Tennis is a great sport that requires mental preparation and physical agility. The first part of being able to play the game properly is understanding the rules, and in this article, we’ll be discussing what are commonly agreed upon as the official rules of tennis. The rules that we will discuss are based on the provided courtesy of the International Tennis Federation.

THE COURT – Tennis should be played on a court that is built to certain specifications. The court should be 78 feet long. For a singles match, the court should be 27 feet in width, and for doubles matches, the court’s width should be 36 feet. The net should be composed of a net with a cord of metal cable supporting it at a height of 3 and a half feet. Service lines should be placed 21 feet from each side of the net, designating the area in which serving should be performed.

THE RACKET – The rackets used in tennis should only have one pair of crisscrossing strings. Vibration dampening devices are allowed on the rackets, but they can only be placed outside of the strings. No devices that incorporate batteries to help your play are allowed.

THE SCORING – Tennis is a unique game in that it has special names given to the various points awarded. When calling out the score, the person serving the ball should always say their score first. A score of zero is called out by saying ‘Love’, and from there, the points go to 15, 30, 40, and game. If both players get a score of 40, the game must become a tie-breaker, and a 40-40 score is announced by saying ‘Deuce’. In a ‘Deuce’ situation, if a player gets a point, they are said to have ‘Advantage’. If a player with an ‘Advantage’ gets another point, the game is over. If a player gets a point while the other has ‘Advantage’, the score is reset to ‘Deuce’. When a game is won, another game is begun until someone gets the best of 7 games. One catch is that they must win by two. If, at the end of 7 games, a player is up 4 to 3, another match must be held as winning by two is necessary. If a player takes the best of 7 games, winning by 2, they are said to have won the match. About The Author

Kadence Buchanan writes articles for http://thetennisstop.net/ – In addition, Kadence also writes articles for http://igolfcentral.net/ and http://universeofentertainment.com/.
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March 3, 2008 at 9:03 am

Belajar Main Tenis : Tennis, The Power of String

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There are so many different tennis rackets to choose from these days, so how do you know what is best for you. There are tennis rackets designed for power and some for finesse. Each company has incorporated different technology into their rackets, Head uses flexpoint and liquidmetal technology in several of their rackets. Wilson uses the nCode technology in their rackets and every other company has their own theories of what is best in a racket. These are all great but what about the string. String is just as important in the performance of a racket as the racket itself. The type and gauge of the string as well as the tension of the string will all effect how the racket will perform. There are also different stringing patterns which will effect how the racket reacts to the ball. You can turn a high quality racket into a useless piece of equipment if your string isn’t set properly for you. The perfect racket just isn’t enough.

The options of string are almost endless. The first and most basic choice to make is natural gut or synthetic. Natural gut has been far superior in quality but synthetic has drastically improved over the years. It seems that natural gut still has a slight advantage on performance over synthetic however it is costly and not nearly as durable. Natural Gut seems to break down in moisture and humid conditions. Gut string will perform optimally for longer than synthetic string, however gut string has to be replaced more frequently than synthetic. That being said, there are many different designs and technologies utilized with synthetic strings. You can get the synthetic string with a solid core, with multifilament construction or with textured surfaces. There are also hybrid sets like the synthetic aramid hybrid set, synthetic polyester and polyester hybrid string sets which all have there unique features and advantages. The key properties that you want to look for in tennis string are power, control, vibration damping and durability. The problem is you can’t have it all. A string has specific qualities that when altered to enhance another property it will lose some of it’s functionality in its other properties.

Now you’ve picked what kind of string you want, you need to decide on the gauge. String gauge begins at 15 and goes to 19 with 15 being the thickest and 19 being the thinnest string. With thinner string, the string digs into the ball allowing for more spin and more control. The thicker string is much more durable but you lose some of the other qualities. There are also half sizes which are marked with an L for light. For example 15L is thinner than 15 but it is thicker than 16 gauge string.

Tension of the string is also very important to the playability of a string. If you increase the tension of the string you will increase the control and your spin capabilities. The tighter the string the more it will dig into the ball giving you more accuracy. When you decrease the tension of the string it in turn will increase your power and give you a larger sweet spot. One other benefit of having less tension is that it doesn’t send as much shock and vibration into your hand and elbow which can reduce your chance of arm injury.

When choosing string you have to put all of the pieces together. If you are buying a string that is composed of stronger more durable material you may decide to go with a higher gauge string. Likewise, a string that is naturally stiffer may not need as much tension to give the same reaction. With tension you also have to consider the racket that you are using. Each racket has a recommended tension range which varies racket to racket. The best suggestion for adjusting your tension on a new racket is to start in the mid range of the recommended tension and adjust accordingly.

When you are looking to purchase a new racket, don’t spend six months demoing rackets and then pick the first string you see. This is like buying a high performance sports car and sticking cheap tires on it. Just like cheap tires will decrease the potential of the car, so the wrong string will greatly decrease the potential of the racket. George Hunt writes for www.my-advantage-tennis-shop.com and if you like equipment tips you can sign up for a weekly tip here.

SEKOLAH TENIS PRO : Junior Class dan Senior Club
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March 3, 2008 at 8:59 am

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