Please Bahrami, Open a Tennis Camp

Passion Leica / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND I know, I know – there are no shortage of tennis camps available for both adults and juniors. But I’m here to tell you there is still one missing, The Mansour Bahrami Tennis Camp for Adults. At 56 years of age, Bahrami is still wowing crowds and still making […]

No Djok

giuliomarziale / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND If you want to eat some rare Pule Donkey cheese, which is only manufactured in one farm in the world somewhere in Serbia, you’ll need to talk to Novak Djokovic because he just bought all of it. Actually, you’ll need to visit one of his soon-to-open restaurants – though […]

My New, New Favorite Tennis Pro

Two and a half years ago I declared that Thomas Muster was my new favorite tennis player – primarily because he is old, like me. Well, Muster isn’t playing anymore so I need a new, new favorite tennis player. And I’ve found one – her name is Kimiko Date-Krumm. The 42-year-young phenom has decided to play […]

U.S. Hopefuls Compete for Chance in Australia

Several young American players will compete at the 2012 Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs, December 14-16 at Life Time Athletic & Tennis at Peachtree Corners in Norcross, Georgia, and the mens’ and ladies’ winners will earn a main draw spot at the 2013 Australian Open. Jack Sock, who is one of the more widely regarded up-and-coming […]

A Great “Angle” for Self Promotion

PowerAngle LLC recently announced a partnership with the Safe Passage Tennis Program in Southern California. What’s PowerAngle LLC? Evidently it’s the “only manufacturer of patented, diagonally-strung tennis rackets” that are “the healthiest for a player’s arm, as PowerAngle’s equal-length diagonal strings reduce vibration by 40% compared to conventionally-strung rackets”. And what is the Safe Passage […]

Huge Tennis Facility To Open in Colorado

Good news for Colorado tennis players (of which I am one 🙂 ). The Rocky Mountain Tennis Center will feature 25 courts, eight clay courts. The $12 million private club is being built in Louisville, part way between Denver and Boulder. Interestingly if you read my previous post, former pro player Alexandra Stevenson is the club’s […]