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While the pros make it look easy running back and forth across the court for sometimes as many as six hours, playing the sport of tennis requires more strength and coordination than you might think. “A single point requires on average 8.7 directional changes,” says Tim Hartwig, Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Fitness Expert, who’s trained Sloane Stevens and other young USTA tennis talent. Think about it: that means a player’s legs, back, shoulders, elbows and wrists better be strong…

Natalie Kochasic
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Some Basic Rules of Thumb: Know your level of play - whether you are self rated or have an NTRP Rating, you should know where you fall as a player. BEGINNER (NTRP 1.0 - 2.5) If you're a beginner just starting out, you'll want a racquet that helps you return the ball with some power. Because you're developing technique