Tennis Blog

Tennis Racquet Frame & Stringing Guide – Provided by Rackets & Runners

Our tennis wall is full of very playable tennis racquets with excellent feel, control, providing plenty of “power”. The challenge is finding the racquet and string that best suits the game of the player in question.

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Get To Know Your Coach! – Justin James Mahoney

Full Name: Justin ,James , Mahony

Date of Birth: 6/6/73

Coaching Credentials: NCCP level 3, CP1, wheelchair

Playing History/Titles: Played since the age of seven,#1 jr player in BC, Provincial and National SR Champion

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Get To Know Your Pro! – Mark Renneson

The fourth in our monthly blog feature blog Get to Know Your Pro. Each month a different tennis pro will shares some insight into their passion and motivations for being involved in tennis. This month’s feature coach is Mark …

Get To Know Your Pro! – Darius Tolkien-Spurr

The third in our monthly blog feature blog Get to Know Your Pro. Each month a different tennis pro will shares some insight into their passion and motivations for being involved in tennis. This month’s feature coach is Darius …

Getting To Know Your Pro! – Paul McClure

The second in our new monthly blog feature blog Get to Know Your Pro.   Each month a different tennis pro will shares some insight into their passion and motivations for being involved in tennis. This month’s feature coach is …

Strong Shoulders, Strong Serve: The Story Behind Your Shoulders

Written By: Dr. Carla Cupido
www.baselinehealth.ca
www.drcarlacupido.com

Tennis players run a high risk of shoulder injury due to the repetitive and extremely dynamic nature of the sport.  However, a combination of the following can significantly decrease the threat of injuring …

Get To Know Your Pro! – Godwin Yu

UBC Tennis Centre is pleased to let you know about our new monthly feature blog Get to Know Your Pro.   Each month a different tennis pro will be sharing some insight into their passion and motivations for being involved in …

Ten Reasons to Play Tennis

  1. Tennis is an excellent form of exercise.  Tennis increases cardiovascular fitness, while also developing strength, flexibility, coordination and agility.  Tennis is a fantastic sport to compliment many other athletic pursuits, as it works a variety of muscles across of the