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Chris Eubanks, Hometown Hero

By Sebastian Nunez, junior ALTA player and volunteer ballperson at BB&T Atlanta Open It was a warm July evening, and anticipation was building as the...

Rotator Cuff Tears in Senior Athletes

By Tedman L. Vance, MD Millions of people play tennis in the United States and that number is growing every year.  As a sport that...

Are You in the Right Gear?

By Terry Gratz, USPTA P1, PTR, MRT, Director of Women's Tennis at Dunwoody Country Club To play smart recreational doubles tennis, you must know in...

Tack on a Tournament to Your 2018 To-Do List

By Luke Jensen, French Open Doubles Champion Hello Jensen Zoners from London, England! I’m not sure if you travel to tennis events, but I highly encourage...
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Good Question January/February 2018

THERE IS CLARITY IN THE PERCENTAGES During playoffs this season, we noticed that three teams in the division had the same number of points and...
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Good Question September/October 2017

NEW RULE ALLOWS TIEBREAK IN LIEU OF THIRD SET I have heard that ALTA is now allowing a third-set tiebreak to be played rather than...

The Other ‘Baseline’

By Megan Hixson, PT, DPT, CSCS, and Melissa Baudo Marchetti, PT, DPT, SCS, MTC Do you sometimes leak or have the urgency to go to...

Don’t Cut Your Game (Or Your Racquet) Short: In Defense of...

By Luke Jensen, French Open Doubles Champion As we shut down a glorious summer of tennis and look forward to a great fall going into winter tennis, I...

Remarkable ALTA Juniors Awarded Scholarship

By Suzanne Dent, Net News Editor Four college freshmen are enjoying their first semesters with a little peace of mind thanks to The ALTA Foundation and a new scholarship...

Georgia Tech’s Chris Eubanks Honored with Arthur Ashe Leadership Award

Georgia Tech men's tennis senior Chris Eubanks was invited to participate in Arthur Ashe Kids Day on Aug. 26 at the U.S. Open where he was...