A Short Note

TennisCrowd news and announcements for our readers. (4)


Not all of our spare time is spent on the court. We like movies, concerts, video games, etc. (17)

Facilities and Camps

Reviews, stories, and experiences of tennis camps and facilities around the country and world (hopefully). (3)

Fitness and Health

All about fitness and health for improving your game and staying in shape. (7)

Food and Nutrition

Who doesn't love to eat? Tennis players like good food and try to eat healthy (but not always). (3)

Gear and Clothes

Reviews and recommendations about the gear and more (racquets, strings, shoes, accessories, clothing). (5)

Photo Galleries

Photos and galleries of tennis people, places and things. (4)

Pro Tour

From satelites to slams, from exhibitions to world teams, and cups to opens. (26)

Rules and Etiquette

Tennis players have some "interesting" interpretations of the rules and etiquette, let's set them straight and suggest improvements. (4)


Work on your skills and technique with these guides. Both physical and mental skills will be covered. (7)


Tennis players (usually) love to travel. We explore new cities and countries as often as we can. (5)

USTA Tennis

For all of you amateur league and tournament players out there. Covered are ratings, tournaments, and league play. (4)

An Evening Dancing With Gael Monfils

What follows is a true story, but looking back, doesn't seem real. But it happened - my girlfriend and I hung out in a club with Gael Monfils.

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10 Fitness Fads for Tennis Players

Tennis players often look to fitness to enhance their game. CrossFit, P90x, Pilates, boot camps, ballet many different ways to exercise are there? How many are just passing fitness fads? How does one even choose? There are endless ways with hardcore loyal believers in each of them. Here are a few that are getting attention at the moment.

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Playing Soccer (volleyball) with Anne Keothavong

Last year I had the unique opportunity to bounce the WTA volleyball around with Anne Keothavong at the BNP Paribas Open. She was super funny and friendly. But didn't quite bounce the ball consecutively as many as some other players (Kuznetsova). But she made up for it with enthusiam. Good luck in Indian Wells this year Anne!

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BNP Paribas Open Kid’s Day 2011

The BNP Paribas Open Kid's Day, presented by National Junior Tennis and Learning, will be held tomorrow, Saturday, March 5, from Noon - 3:00 p.m. at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. There is a fun day of activities on and off the court on tap, and defending BNP Paribas Open champion Ivan Ljubicic and WTA star Yaroslava Shvedova will be in attendance!

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Get Ready for Tennis at BNP Paribas Open

The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, CA is around the corner and TennisCrowd will be there. From March 7-20 Indian Wells hosts the most attended tennis tournament in the world outside of the Grand Slams. A combined men’s and women’s event, it’s one of the most exciting stops on the calendar. Here's a sample of what’s to come!

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Ana Ivanovic at Wild Wadi Water Park

Former world No.1 Ana Ivanovic admits to loving water parks so last week she took some time out during the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships to visit the wonderful Wild Wadi Water Park. In the video she talks about her current form and her hope to revisit the park after seeing her fitness coach brave a very steep slide!

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Federer’s Most Amazing Shots

Here is a video of Roger Federer's best and most incredible shots. Of course there are a few left out, like his recent tweener. And a couple are up for debate. But it's a great collection of clips presented in HD.

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Roddick’s Diving Championship Point

Wow, he doesn't even see where his shot lands. But he dives for it and it's a winner. What a way to win a tournament. Congratulations Andy Roddick indeed. This shot won him the championship point in Memphis. He defeated Milos Raonic of Canada in this tough 3rd set tiebreaker.

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