John Millman: finding his place
Qualifier John Millman is congratulated by Aussie fans after pushing Marcos Baghdatis to five sets in the second round; Getty Images
22 July, 2015

John Millman has finally found his place in the upper game’s echelons and as VIVIENNE CHRISTIE reports, that hard-gained sense of belonging couldn’t come to a more deserving…
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Daria Gavrilova: only the beginning
Daria Gavrilova in action at the 2015 Miami Open; Getty Images
14 May, 2015

Once dreaming about her idols and now defeating them, Daria Gavrilova has cracked the top 80 in 2015 and is on track to go even higher. By VIVIENNE CHRISTIE
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Train yourself to good eating
Sugarpova. GETTY IMAGES
22 September, 2014

Are your long-established eating habits providing you with the best nutrition? If not, it’s easy to train yourself to establish better ones. JO SHINEWELL explains.
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Does your game need a makeover?
Novak Djokovic and Boris Becker, Australian Open, 2014. GETTY IMAGES
22 September, 2014

Recognising when your tennis needs a facelift is the first step; implementing changes for the better becomes the next challenge. JAMES A. CRABTREE provides some advice.
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Don’t be a training wreck
Rafael Nadal, Australian Open, 2014, Melbourne. GETTY IMAGES
15 September, 2014

Success on court undoubtedly requires hours of hard work off it – but there can also be too much of a good thing. ADRIAN FRANKLIN explains the risks of overtraining.
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What you can learn from watching the pros
Novak Djokovic, US Open, 2013, New York. GETTY IMAGES
19 August, 2014

You may not be able to play like a pro – yet – but you can learn valuable lessons from watching the pros at tournaments or on TV. Here are eight tips about what to look for…
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The mental game
John McEnroe, Wimbledon, 1982. HULTON ARCHIVE
4 August, 2014

Negative thoughts and self-doubt can sometimes prove to be tougher opponents than the person standing on the other side of the net. But like ground strokes, the mental side of…
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The I Formation: when, why and how to use it
Robert Farah and Juan Sebastian Cabal, Miami. GETTY IMAGES
30 July, 2014

As the cliché goes, there is no “I” in team. But that’s hardly true when you consider how well doubles stars Bob and Mike Bryan have used the I formation in their…
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Fair-weather players
Rain falls at Australian Open 2014, Melbourne Park, Melbourne. GETTY IMAGES
21 July, 2014

For many, the winter months prove to be tennis’ kryptonite, but with a bit of planning and a change of location you can keep playing rain, hail or shine writes James A. Crabtree.
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Scheduling for success
Toni Nadal (left) and Rafael Nadal, Wimbledon, 2011. GETTY IMAGES
7 July, 2014

Watching the world’s top professionals transition from hard court to clay and other surfaces points to an important question for players of all standards: Are you setting the…
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