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My Wimbledon Perspective

Posted on June 27, 2013 in Tournaments

Not sure what happened yesterday, but it seems that some serious injuries were forcing these players to not play. Rumors were going around Wimbledon that the grass courts could be the reason, but Richard Lewis, CEO of the All England Club, published a statement regarding this subject. “The court preparation has been to exactly the same […]

Cause and effect of tennis injuries: Injury culture

Posted on February 18, 2013 in Health & Nutrition

At 31, Federer is one of the oldest players on the tour. He has been playing professionally for 14 years, since age 17

As far as tennis goes, we all know injuries come with the territory. Tennis is a year-round sport. There is no “off season,” and high performance and athletic prowess are not only required for years upon years by the athletes themselves, but also demanded by their fans. With my personal experience (which, granted has been […]

Anatomically Built Wrong

Posted on May 26, 2010 in Health & Nutrition

Click, click, click, buzz. Let me sail, let me sail. Click, click, click, buzz. Let the Orinoco flow. I closed my eyes, tried to breathe normally, and let my body fall into a hypnotic sleep to the sounds of the MRI machine and Enya. A few weeks on and a few weeks off of tennis […]

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