High Percentage Tennis-Basic

In most situations, hitting crosscourt from the baseline is the high percentage shot. The net is 6 inches lower in the center than it is at the sidelines.

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Grips Challenge - The TV Game Show Airs on Tennis Channel

Grips Challenge - The TV Show, the first ever tennis game show, will be airing on The Tennis Channel during the Australian Open.

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Tennis Channel GRIPS Challenge at Malibu Racquet Club!

10sballs.com’s very own Craig Cignarelli takes on many roles in the tennis business but this weekend he was executive producer of a zany new and exciting “tennis game show”.

Former No. 5 Chakvetadze retires

Former world No. 5 Anna Chakvetadze tells Russia’s Sport Express that she has officially retired. The 26-year-old Moscow native reached the U.S.

Federer to play doubles in Shanghai

Roger Federer will double up in Shanghai next month. The world No. 6 plans to play doubles with Zhang Ze, China's top-ranked men's player, at the Shanghai Masters, which begins on October 6.

Nadal beats Djokovic for second U.S. Open, 13th Grand Slam title

NEW YORK -- Hard to believe this is the same Rafael Nadal who was at home during the U.S. Open a year ago, nursing a bad left knee.

Serena beats Azarenka in three sets for 17th Slam and fifth U.S. Open

NEW YORK -- Fussing with her skirt and flubbing her shots, Serena Williams was troubled in the U.S. Open final by the swirling air and the strong play of Victoria Azarenka.

'The wait is over': Brits awake to new tennis era

LONDON (AP)—Britain awoke to a new era on Monday, into a world in which the tennis-loving public finally has its own Wimbledon champion once again.

Tomic: ATP was wrong to ban my dad

Bernard Tomic tells AAP that the Grand Slams and ATP's ban of his father and coach, John Tomic, has affected him.

U.S. Open tennis leaving CBS for ESPN in 2015

The U.S. Open tennis tournament will leave CBS after nearly a half-century and move all TV coverage to cable starting in 2015 under an 11-year contract with ESPN.