Tennis Warehouse goes back to campus

September is here! And summer is winding down, which means everyone is making their way back to campus and gearing up for tennis season. Whether you’re a seasoned scholarship player or looking to make the high school or club team, we’ve compiled some of our favorite fall campus items you should check out. We also know what it’s like to be an athlete on the go, so we’ve added a couple workouts to keep on hand and a simple snack recipe to keep you loaded with energy during your crazy activity filled days!

blog_wo-1For our active ladies, we have tons of great items to fill up your bag of choice, we particularly are enjoying this cute, easy-to-carry Asics Fit Sana Bag. Since we are active athletes ourselves, we always like to have a couple cute tops and tanks on hand for changing into or out of depending on what activity is next on our agenda. Headbands are perfect for any outfit and anywhere — giving you a touch of color to help tame those locks. The Asics Gel Solution Speed 2s are the perfect option whether you are running balls down, walking campus or hitting the gym. Looking for a new frame to show off on the court? Check out the Drive Z Lite (available in yellow or pink) from Babolat. For more must haves, be sure to check out more of our campus picks here!
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NYC Round Up – Cilic Wins 1st Slam; 100 titles for the Bryans & more

In an unlikely turn of events at the US Open, two players who had never made it to a Grand Slam final found themselves taking the stage to battle on Monday.

Cilic_Win_1Croatian sensation and Head player, Marin Cilic closed out an amazing two week run by defeating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 in a routine win. With 17 aces and 35 winners, Cilic saved 8 of the 9 break points he faced and played like he belonged at the top. The 25 year old credited his win to all of his hard work and his team, including former Wimbledon Champion, Goran Ivanisevic. Nishikori also had a tournament to be proud of, left his heart on the court but just didn’t have enough to put away the big hitting Cilic on Monday.

On the women’s side of things, off court besties, Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki faced each other in the finals. Serena proved to be too strong again and was running Wozniacki all over the court — even her marathon training wasn’t enough to upset the number one seed. Serena captured her 6th US Open title and 18th Grand Slam title to add to her impressive resume.

The Bryan Brothers hit 100 titles last weekend at the Open taking the men’s doubles, while  the Russian team of Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina, long time Fed Cup partners, captured the Women’s doubles title.

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m already missing the tennis…good thing we have some Davis Cup action to look forward to this weekend!

Play with heart,

Michelle

Why I’m rooting for Caroline Wozniacki

Truth be told, I have never been a big fan of Caroline Wozniacki. Mostly because I found her style of play to be boring and I couldn’t relate to her passive tennis. I always found myself critiquing the fact that she didn’t seem to have a weapon besides her consistency. Until recently.

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Maybe it was the break up with Rory or the fact that she is training for the NYC marathon. Or maybe she is just maturing into her game and building a more offensive style. Whatever it is, I am loving this new Wozniacki and here’s why:

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