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By: Divyanjali | January 18, 2015

A common question for new players, How do I measure my game level

To help guide you through this process, there is Tennis Rating Program (TRP) for determining levels of competition

The primary goal of the program is to help all tennis players enjoy the game by providing a method of classifying skill levels for more compatible matches, group lessons, league play, tournaments and other programs.


The rating categories are generalizations about skill levels. You may find that you actually play above or below the category which best describes your skill level, depending on your competitive ability. The category you choose is not meant to be permanent, but may be adjusted as your skills change or as your match pla...

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By: Divyanjali | November 29, 2014

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By: Divyanjali | November 29, 2014

Roger Federer is a Swiss professional tennis player who is currently ranked world No. 2 by the Association of Tennis Professionals. Some commentators and players regard Federer as the greatest tennis player of all time.

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By: Divyanjali | November 29, 2014

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By: Divyanjali | November 02, 2014

Why tennis? I read somewhere that tennis is a great first sport for kids. It helps develop the greatest number of skills required for the greatest number of other sports and activities (see chart below). So hopefully with a good grounding in these skills, they will grow to love and enjoy an array of sporting activities!

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By: Divyanjali | October 22, 2014

Tennis in its present form was conceived in England in the 1870s. In the 1880s the British Army and Civilian Officers brought the game to India. Soon after, regular tournaments like 'Punjab Lawn tennis Championship' at Lahore (Now in Pakistan) (1885); 'Bengal Lawn Tennis Championship' at Calcutta (1887) and the All India Tennis Championships at Allahabad in (1910) were organised. Initially the Britishers like TD Berrington and LC Ogbourne won these championships, however Slowly Indians started picking up the game. Mohd. Saleem of Lahore won the Punjab Championship in 1915 and thereafter consecutively from 1919 to 1926. In 1917 NS Iyer lifted the Bengal Championship. In 1919 Mr. Nagu picked up the prestigious singles crown a...

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