Category Archives: Passion

The ‘Ultimate Tennis’ League Super Division – Find your Tennis Identity!

Imagine an ‘Ultimate Tennis’ league division with who else but the Republican candidates 2016. What do you think their playing styles will be if they play tennis…. Historically tennis has had four primary game styles: counterpuncher, aggressive baseliner, all-court player … Continue reading

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Wimbledon 2015 – Had to use this moment :-)

Two of the cricket players, whom I admire and respect for their skills and who they are as a person…but me being me, had to take a jab! While in the audience …

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Fond Memories – Summer of Tennis in Bangalore

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Kinesis Tennis Academy

If you are in Bangalore and happen to live/work not far from Whitefield, a bustling IT suburb , then drop by Kinesis tennis academy – excellent facilities, great staff, reasonable membership cost and convenient location. http://www.kinesisnet.com/ Drop me a note … Continue reading

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Love (for Tennis) in the Times of Cricket

During a recent sojourn in Bangalore (India), I found myself in the midst of the perfect cricket storm – World Cup 2015 and IPL 2015. Anyone who is into cricket, knows what that means , especially at the Ground Zero … Continue reading

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My 2015 Tennis Goals

Here are my goals for this year. I intend to work on, Fitness Technique Timing Consistency Relaxation Specifically with respect to #2 – Technique, these are my goals. Will share a year end update on what I accomplish. Check back … Continue reading

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Evolution of Tennis Racquets – It all started with the ‘Hand’ of God…

Most historians credit the first origins of the game to eleventh- or twelfth-century French monks, who began playing a crude handball against their monastery walls or over a rope strung across a courtyard. The game took on the name jeu … Continue reading

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