- The Kenn Peterson Method
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I'm an avid tennis player/fan. Not that great a player (USTA rating is 3.5) but I really enjoy everything about the game.
- Here is a list of sites I have come across. I wish the pro's web pages
were a little more 'personal' but they don't seem to listen to me. I'll
just keep calling them I guess....
I've decided not to delete any links unless they don't work. I add the newest links at the bottom of the list. If you find links that are out of date -please let me know-.
The USTA's page
The 1999 Footnotes with the new ratings is here. Check out your rating or a friends. This link is for the N. California area. You can go to the www.usta.com to find your area and rating.
www.bomis.com is a site dedicated to 'Web Rings'. This link takes you to the tennis rings. It's a good site with many categories of rings.
John McEnroe's site is for his art gallery. I haven't found one for his tennis yet.
Martina Hingus photo site. This has a lot of photos of Martina from a little girl all the way to today (she is still a 'little girl').
Anna Kournakova photo site. This has a lot of photos of Anna and several other female stars, like Gabriela Sabatini and Amanda Coetzer. I did a search for Anna and found over 20 sites.
These two sites have fun and interesting articles and chat rooms.
ATP Coach has a lot of useful info for strategies, health, equipment, etc. Of course, it's from the ATP.
Tennismenace.com is a retail site with a great selection of everything.
www.bomis.com goes to a tennis 'Web Ring'.
Lindsay Davenport has a few sites dedicated to her. This is a good one.
'The Women of Tennis: A Photo Gallery' has lots of great info on the top player PLUS the lesser known women players.
Tennis Elbow! I would like to pass on my experience with this. I never had tennis elbow until I bought a wide-body, longbody, relatively powerful raquet. It didn't start right away but 4 or 5 weeks later it started. To make this short I went back to a conventional size raquet and the difference in my elbow is wonderful. I bought a Volkl C90 Classic. The vibration dampening in this raquet is the best I've played with, and it doesn't take away any of the feel.
Anyway, consider not playing with a wide body, they are very stiff and hard on the arm. Yes, I did the exercises and warm-ups for about a year. And I did try regular length wide-bodies. I think for me it was the stiff frames.
If anyone has some other good tennis links please let me know...
The following are some comments from the pro's and amateurs that I have played:
I'm just glad I don't have to play him..."Pete Sampras"
Your kidding aren't you? I thought you said he was at least a 3.5! "Brad Gilbert"
When I watch his teamwork, footwork, and court sense, well, it brings back memories of when I was first learning to dance. "Ed Astair -Berlin"
Dude!!I feel for ya'. Maybe you should think about badmiton or something a little easier. "Phil Butterman of The Butterman Chronicles"
I'm just glad we don't have to play him..."The Woody's"
Some people have it and some people don't. Kenn? Well..., "Andre Agassi"
I always feel better after playing him..."Art Monk"
All he does is hit at the girl!! You can call that good if you want but I think it's kind of cheesy. "Unknown opponent that lost"
That Bea is a good, strong player. Too bad she has to carry him all the time. " Bea's tennis instructor"
One of the 7.0 mixed doubles team I was on (that's me on the right) got a 'Sportsmanship' recognition. We are from the Pleasant Hill Tennis Club and are called 'The Raptors'. From left to right it's: Dean Frakes (Our team captain), Carol Oswood, Maury Schumaker, the handsome guy on the right is Kenn Peterson, Lisa Rounkle, and Bea Schmugler. Of course there are a lot more of us but we were the only ones who showed up for practice that day!!
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