Women's Tennis Association

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  • My First Year At The Tennis Team

    Last year, before school started, my friend convinced me to join the tennis team. Even though I had never picked up a racket in my entire life, never hit a tennis ball, and didn’t even know that it was a legit sport, I decided to give it a try. I absolutely fell in love with the sport; it has taught me so much about myself. My first year, I played exhibition, I wasn’t in the lineup, but that’s where I aspired to be. I promised myself I would come back next season a whole new person and the…

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  • Analysis Of Gatorade

    In 2016 Gatorade released a new commercial with iconic athletes which included Usain bolt, Serena Williams, April Ross, and Paul George. In the commercial the athletes were pestered by their younger selves. The child version of these athletes helped motivate the athletes, such as wake them up, help them train, and be there moral support. An example of this is the first scene in the commercial where younger Serena Williams yells at older Serena Williams to get out of bed. Throughout the…

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  • Analysis Of Blink: The Secret Life Of Snap Decisions

    Gladwell describes how Vic Braden, one of the world’s top tennis coaches, can tell when a tennis player is about to double-fault just by observing the player. Vic braden was a world class tennis player when he was younger. He is now in his seventies and has coached many of the greatest tennis players in the history of tennis. Braden lies in bed at night, and it drives him crazy, trying to figure out how he is able to tell when a tennis player is about to double-fault but cannot come up with…

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  • Varsity Team Analysis

    When Professor Danner asked us to take up a task which we are likely to fail at and then write about it, only one thing came to my mind – getting on the Squash Varsity Team. Before I detail what I learned during my rather arduous journey, I’d like to give some background on my abilities in this game and why this was an appropriate choice for this particular assignment. I started playing squash when I was ten years old. This is actually a few years earlier than when most people, who go on to…

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  • Danny Nguyen's Role In Sustaining Sports

    learning the way the sport works I interview with an athlete that has participated in events pertaining to the sport. The interviewee’s name is Danny Nguyen and badminton has been part of his life very early on due to a connect that the sport has with tennis. Danny Nguyen started to play the sport when he was a young child and his instructor was his neighbor. At the start the sport was more for fun and with the progression of time he began to be more competitive and looked to challenge his…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life As A Tennis Team

    Tennis I was first introduced to tennis at the end of my freshman year in high school. After trying out for the team I later realized this was the best decision I ever made. I was the only freshman on the team. was the only I fell in love with the sport and I have always been since then. Tennis always managed to keep me calm and I would also go to play to relieve stress from a tough day. That one feeling that you get after the ball and the racket make contact is the best feeling ever.…

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  • Big Island Golf Advantages

    It is often said that there is no such thing as a bad day on the golf course, but if you find yourself playing 18 holes when the wind is howling you might be rethinking that sentiment. If you are familiar with the nuances of big island golf, you know that in Hawaii the wind will definitely blow. There are few things more frustrating for a golfer than to see a ball fly straight off the club— and then watch the wind take it far, far off course. Waikoloa Village Golf Club in Waikoloa, HI, would…

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  • Compare And Contrast Soccer And Soccer

    in the world: tennis and soccer. Everyone is familiar with the rules and main point of these games, but not everyone knows what it takes to be a professional player. So that’s why I would like to compare physical and mental parts of these sports, qualities the players must to have to be competitive, the level of pressure that that they feel before starting the game, and the importance of having a team or people that support you. First, I would like to describe the skills of the tennis players…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Skill Of Anticipation

    The Skill of Anticipation I have been playing tennis since I was five years old, and having a good anticipation skill helped me to succeed. Since childhood, I have been playing defensive style tennis while staying mostly on the baseline. In order to succeed and win matches, I had to run a lot during the competition and play many long rally points. Due to my playing style, I needed to conserve energy during the tennis tournaments to perform at the best possible level. Because of my playing style…

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  • Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters: Case Study

    worthwhile field that allows spectators to either watch or actively participate in their favorite sport. For tennis fans, one of the ultimate experiences is spectating the 2017 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. In order to fulfill the wishes of many tennis fans, a sports tourism organization named Destination Tennis has agreed to take 10 tennis spectators to this tournament. To do so, Destination Tennis must have a clear purpose statement for why they are doing this event, an explanation of expenses…

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