Monthly Archive: June 2012

Jun 26

Tennis Strokes: Servicing The Ball

Any tennis game begins with one player making a ball serve to the other player. Servicing the ball is a very crucial task. If you miss making a serve twice, you can lose a point. One must know how to perform a proper service as it is a reflection of a player’s tennis level and …

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Jun 25

PPI Compensation – Are You Due a Windfall?

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There are no secrets about PPI compensation now that the authorities have ruled the banks are obliged to pay back charges on mis-sold policies. It is one of the most high-profile financial scandals to hit the consumer finance market for many years. The worrying thing is, if it had not been for the scrutiny of …

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Jun 19

Argentina’s David Nalbandian Under Investigation for Judge ‘Assault’

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Line Judge Andrew McDougall was immensely injured after Argentinian tennis player David Nalbandian kicked an advertising board near the line judge, severely injuring the judge’s leg with a great line gash. Nalbandian, a 30-year old player, states that he did not intend to injure the judge. He was letting off his steam kicking the advertisement …

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Jun 08

Sharapova Reaches Finals, Defeating Kvitova in the French Open

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Maria Sharapova, the second seed, has moved herself to world number one, beating Petra Kvitova in Paris tennis matches. Sharapova won a 6-3 6-3 victory over the fourth seed in the match against Kvitova, the fourth seed of the French Open. The victory places Sharapova to have a career Grand Slam upon winning one major …

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Jun 01

The Kinds of Tennis Courts To Play In

Like a soldier at war, a player of any game need to know his or her playing field, personal strengths and weaknesses to overcome their opponents and win the round during a game. The environment or playing field is the most important to master. Luckily for sports such as tennis, there are only four kinds …

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