Five Most-Followed Tennis Stars On Instagram

STARNBERG, July 8, 2019 Social media is the place to be and connect with people from all over the world. Instagram is currently the most popular social media site. As the platform gains millions of followers every day, some tennis […]

Online Tennis Betting Tips For Beginners

STARNBERG, April 15, 2019 (Sponsored) The world of online tennis betting might seem intimidating to the uninitiated and there are certainly some things that one has to learn before becoming a proficient sports bettor. These can range from bankroll management […]

Does Tennis Need to Change? Yes, Let’s Embrace The Chaos

International Blog – Michael Dickens During a recent episode of “The Tennis Podcast,” co-host David Law and Daily Telegraph tennis writer Charlie Eccleshare debated the merits of shorter sets versus long-form classics along with former British doubles player-turned-broadcaster Colin Fleming, […]

The 9 Most Common Tennis Bets Explained

STARNBERG, November 1, 2018 (Sponsored) With a history dating back to 12th century France, tennis is among the most popular sports in the world. Major tennis tournaments are held every year, attracting millions of spectators from all over the globe. […]

Online Tennis Betting Guide

STARNBERG, October 24, 2018 (Sponsored) Tennis is a fast-paced game that attracts many punters from around the world. There are tournaments held for nine months of every year. Thus, punters are provided with numerous chances to bet on. Additionally, there […]

Finding Tennis Tips Online

Starnberg, July 16, 2018 (Sponsored) There are far more ways to bet on tennis than we’ve seen in past years, and it’s helped by the number of sports betting communities who’ve taken an interest in it ahead of more generic […]

Was kommt nach Nadal?

International Blog – Florian Heer Wenn in diesen Tagen das letzte Major des Jahres in New York stattfindet, steht Rafael Nadal als Top-gesetzter Spieler und Weltranglisten-Erster im Fokus der Aufmerksamkeit. Der 15-malige Grand Slam Sieger ist seit gut einem Jahrzehnt […]

Aufgefallen: Qualitätsverlust beim Tennistraining und auf Turnieren

Guest Blog – Marc Raffel Wie kann der Deutsche Tennissport den „Kerber-Effekt“ besser nutzen? Seit etlichen Jahren beobachte ich bereits interessiert die Qualitätsstandards des Tennistrainings in deutschen Vereinen und kommerziellen Anlagen. Dazu habe ich viele Gespräche mit Tennisvorständen, Trainerkollegen, Sportlern […]