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Well, I’ve sort of been in mourning for the last day or so, since Roger Federer announced he was pulling out of all events for the remainder of the year, to get his knee back in shape following his...

Embed from Getty Images Sania Mirza is an accomplished doubles specialist and currently 50% of one of the best women’s doubles teams in recent memory. She’s recently released an autobiography...

Age. Learn. Fight. Love. Play Tennis. Win. That’s the premise of the new book “Late To The Ball,” by author Gerald Marzorati. Taking up the sedentary pursuits of painting or chess at...

The full title of this one is “This Is Your Brain On Sports, The Science of Underdogs, The Value of Rivalry, And What We Can Learn From The T-Shirt Cannon.” Now you know why we shortened the...

“String Theory: David Foster Wallace On Tennis” is a brightly packaged collection of the late writer’s most praised essays on tennis. Five separate chapters include “How Tracy...

The following article has been reprinted here with permission from its author, David Berens.  Keep Your Eye on the Ball! In a tennis life that has spanned roughly from my early teens to today, I cannot...

Three new tennis books to consider: Nick Bollettieri’s Tennis Handbook by Nick Bollettieri Nick Bollettieri has released a second edition of his Tennis Handbook. Find him in Bradenton, Florida at...

Two new tennis books to tell you about. Both are easy summer reads: Game, Set and Match – Secret Weapons of the World’s Top Tennis Players is a compilation of tennis tips direct from the touring...

A new book titled The Stylish Life: Tennis (teNeues with Ben Rothenburg as narrator) is sure to be a hit with Tennis Identity readers. With its pantheon of legendary players, impeccably manicured courts,...

Foam rollers are now ubiquitous to PT rooms around the globe. Learn the tricks of the trade with Total Foam Rolling Techniques, a new self-help book by Steve Barrett, a 25 year PT. You’ll learn...

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