Consider Junior Tournaments for the Summer!

Advance your game by getting on the court, learning from the best and connecting with your friends. Competing in Junior Tournaments will help take your game as far as you want to go – high school, college or the pros.

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Health Benefits of Tennis: Why Play Tennis?

By Jack L. Groppel, Ph.D.

Its historic moniker has been the “sport for a lifetime”.  But is this really true?  According to world-renowned scientists from a variety of disciplines, there is no doubt that tennis is one of the best sports for you to play.

Here are the facts:

  1. People who participate in tennis 3 hours per week (at moderately vigorous intensity) cut their risk of death in half from any cause, according to physician Ralph Paffenbarger who studied over 10,000 people over a period of 20 years.
  2. Tennis players scored higher in vigor, optimism and self-esteem while scoring lower in depression, anger, confusion, anxiety and tension than other athletes and non-athletes according to Dr. Joan Finn and colleagues at Southern Connecticut State University.
  3. Since tennis requires alertness and tactical thinking, it may generate new connections between nerves in the brain and thus promote a lifetime of continuing development of the brain, reported scientists at the University of Illinois.
  4. Tennis outperforms golf, inline skating and most other sports in developing positive personality characteristics according to Dr. Jim Gavin, author of The Exercise Habit.
  5. Competitive tennis burns more calories than aerobics, inline skating, or cycling, according to studies on caloric expenditures.

With these results in mind, let’s take a look at 34 specific [physical and psychological] reasons why you should consider playing tennis regularly!

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NEW: Racquet Stringing offered at TennisURway

TennisUrWay now offers professional racquet maintenance including: racquet restringing, re-gripping, grommet replacement.

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Mark Schroeder Tennis Professional at Nassau Tennis Club

Mark Schroeder joins Nassau Tennis Club as High Performance Tennis Professional.

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