International Tennis Magazine - US Open 2014

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The latest issue covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:

US Open Hard Court Season: Go Hard or Go Home
Competition gets fierce as players attack the US Open, the final Grand Slam of the year. Dominic Bliss discusses why the courts may be predictable but individual performances are anything but.

Evolution of the Modern Player
Recent tournaments on the ATP World Tour have given a stark insight into the evolution of the modern player and it is not just the statistics of promise from the new generation that has caught the eye, but their height and stature.

Tennis Escape At Curtain Bluff Antigua
Curtain Bluff, Antigua is once again hosting The Perfect Match: Tennis & Wellness from the 15th to 22nd November 2014. Perfect your strokes with Wimbledon legends Annabel Croft, Andrew Castle and Owen Davidson.

Asics Gel Solution Speed 2 Tennis Shoe
International Tennis Magazine reviews the ASICS Gel-Solution Speed 2 tennis shoes which have been designed to provide players of all standards and levels of play with speed and maximum agility, incorporating the latest ASICS footwear technology and product features to allow aggressive play around the entire tennis court.

Strength Training for Speed: Using Explosive Strength to Excel Your Game
Speed over the initial steps of a sprint is critical to performance when playing tennis. James Wild, author of Strength Training for Speed: Scientific Principles and Practical Application, explains how this ability can determine whether you are able to intercept the ball, hit wide of your reach or get into position to make a shot having been on the receiving end of a drop-shot.

Statoil Masters Tennis
Thirty years ago, John McEnroe produced arguably the greatest performance that Centre Court had ever seen to win his third Wimbledon title in 1984. Thanks to the Statoil Masters Tennis in December, tennis fans will get an opportunity to roll back the years and watch McEnroe serve, volley and occasionally lose his temper at the iconic Royal Albert Hall.

Kinesiology Taping for Tennis
In part two of his article, John Gibbons focuses on common sporting injuries within tennis: shoulder impingement syndrome and tennis elbow, and how kinesiology tape can help rehabilitate injuries by keeping you playing stronger for longer.

Yoga and Tennis: Join The Pros & Improve Your Game
Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Novak Djokovic, the list of tennis pros using yoga to improve their game has dramatically increased over recent years. Yet this is no new phenomenon; Pete Sampras and Pat Rafter were using yoga back in the day to improve their game, but it seems in recent years the amount of professionals turning to yoga has boomed.

World Rankings
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles World Rankings at a glance.

Frozen in Time: 2009 US Open Serena Williams Threatens Line Judge
Even legendary bad boy John McEnroe was shocked when Serena Williams threatened a line judge at the 2009 US Open.

International Tennis Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of tennis, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of tennis consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.