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ALTA 2019 Scholarship winners

Meet the 2019 ALTA Scholarship Winners

Tennis teaches so many life lessons, and through the generous endowment by a former ALTA president and chairman of the board, student-athletes throughout the...

Good Question July/August 2019

The Tiebreak Does the length of a tiebreak game determine who serves at the start of the next set? If someone wins a tiebreak, 7-5,...
Man hitting a service return on a clay court.

No Risk, No Reward

By Michael Popienko, USPTA Certified Elite Tennis Professional Are the points that we play consequential or inconsequential? Are the games, sets, matches, or the practices...
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Tips for the Off-Season

BY MELISSA BAUDO MARCHETTI, PT, DPT, SCS, MTC As the ATP and WTA seasons come to a close, professional tennis athletes will enter their off-season...
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Weekend Getaways 2018

ALTA members already know that Atlanta truly is the best city in the country for tennis fanatics. In addition to boasting the strongest independent...
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Practice Hacks

By Mark Gellard, PTR Professional, USPTA Elite Professional Mini Tennis – It’s a Waste of Time Whether preparing for tournament competition or simply warming up during...

Good Courts Rely on Good Feedback

By Shaun J. Boyce, Ankle Biters Tennis Association Does your tennis committee know what you want?  Do you feel it takes too long to replace...

Are You Improving?

By Luke Jensen, French Open Doubles Champion I was thinking about all of you who follow this column and have been extremely loyal for all...

Practice Hacks

By Mark Gellard, PTR Professional, USPTA Elite Professional Time is valuable. Creating a practice that not only optimizes your time, but also prioritizes fundamental components...

Reduce Injuries and Stay in the Game

Dr. Michael Axt, D.C. You can’t win a tennis match before it begins, but it’s possible to lose one due to injuries or forfeiture from...