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  • Qatar ExxonMobil Open. Doha, Qatar. Nikoloz Basilashvili. Mar 7-14. Chile Dove Men+Care Open. Santiago, Chile. Cristian Garin. Mar 10-21. BNP Paribas Open [Postponed]
  • Tennis Now live scores and match updates for all professional tennis tournaments men's -- (ATP) and women's (WTA).
  • Track your favorite tennis player and get highlights, scores, interviews, and more. If it happens in Tennis, it happens at the Women’s Tennis Association!
  • Hopeful professional tennis players must begin lessons at a young age, play in junior tournaments, and consider enrolling in a tennis academy before they have an opportunity to become a professional.
  • An adaptation of a very ancient sport, the jeu de paume, codified in England in the 1870s, tennis has become a major sport followed by millions of fans throughout the year. Present at the Games from 1896 to 1924, it made its official return to the programme in 1988, and the great Olympic stage has become a key point in the careers of the world’s best tennis players.
  • Tennis players are the sports persons who play tennis professionally and participate in regional, national and international tournaments. Tennis is a highly competitive sport and one needs to be trained for a career as a professional tennis player from a young age.
  • Professional tennis interviews, analysis and opinions. JOURNAL, MADRID OPEN: Thoughts on Roger Federer's quick start, Naomi Osaka's emerging patterns, and David Ferrer's mental strength.
  • Josh Burger, Assistant Professional. Josh is a USPTA-Certified and PTR-Certified Tennis Professional from Fairfield, Connecticut. He believes that a focus on the mental side of the game is essential to success for all levels of tennis players.
  • In tennis you can go for games without seeing something truly outstanding. When Andy Murray took on Michael Llodra they produced four of the best points you'...
  • Peter Fryer is a tennis writer and coach based in Derry Northern Ireland. He completed his professional teaching tennis qualification shortly after finishing university and has been teaching tennis for over 13 years. Peter began Love Tennis Blog in 2010 and contributes to the BBC and national media outlets.