The temps are rising and summer is here, which means the fashionistas are out and about making their style statements on the courts. Maybe you are making the trip across the pond to enjoy some tennis with the Queen or maybe you are just getting the ladies together for a Wimbledon Whites party at the club or wanting to look on trend this year. Either way, we have some wicked white outfits for you to check out to keep your style in check this summer. While white is definitely in this season and look great on the court, one of our favorite things to do is pair our white looks with some colorful pops of accessories — so check out our White Hot looks!
Darren Cahill. Brad Gilbert. Paul Annacone. Roger Rasheed.
Nope — you didn’t just step into the player’s lounge for a Grand Slam, (although I’m sure you can find all four of them there as well), but this time, these coaching greats have banded together to launch www.ProTennisCoach.com.
For just $100, you can start a year-long membership and receive a $25 Tennis Warehouse gift card — how can you go wrong? This online coaching program includes personal online coaching, video lessons, live chat, match analysis, stroke analysis and so much more. Also, Tennis Warehouse members will find that with their membership they will have access to exclusive content not available anywhere else!
2013 Wimbledon Champion, Andy Murray announced last weekend that he has officially hired Amelie Mauresmo as his coach for the grass court season.
Former number 1 in the world, Mauresmo not only has some coaching experience up her sleeve, but a Grand Slam or two as well going into this new partnership! Currently the French Fed Cup Captain, she has a Wimbledon and Australian Open title on her resume, a Silver Medal from the 2004 Olympics and helped coach 2013 Wimbledon Champion, Marion Bartoli, to her first Grand Slam title before retiring from the WTA.
Andy was quoted, “I have a very strong coaching team already in place, but I think Amelie brings with her experience and tactical expertise and will push us all to improve. Everyone I know talks very highly of Amelie, as a person and coach, and I’m convinced that her joining the team will help us push on – I want to win more grand slams.”
Not to sound like a feminist, in my opinion, this is a huge step forward for women. In a world where more men are coaches for not only male athletes, but female athletes at every level, this creates a good discussion topic. Can a former WTA player, or female in general, successfully coach an ATP player? Will this open the door for more female coaches to make gains in their career?
What do you think?
All I know is I’m excited to see these two interact on court and see what Murray can do now that he has added Amelie to his team!
Play with heart,