Tennis is a unique racket sport that is played individually (against a single opponent) or between two teams with two members each. The sport is played with a tennis racket that is used to strike a rubber ball over or around a net into the opponent’s court. The goal is to strike the ball and maneuver it such that the opponent is unable to hit a valid return.
Tennis is an Olympic sport which implies that it is played at every level of society and ages. Indeed, it can be played even by people on wheelchairs. This is why it is a fancy game for millions of players as a recreation sport. You can also be part of the thrill.
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Whether you play tennis in the backyard with family or at competition level, the thrill is irresistible. But to get this thrill, you need to learn some lessons on tennis. Boston Lobsters Tennis Club is back to help you with the training! That is right.
The club has been reincarnated and is here to help advance the bliss of tennis competition across the globe. For Boston Lobsters, the target is helping you to keep improving your tennis skills from one level to another. You could even outgrow your backyard fun to become a national, regional, and international champion. Some great lessons you can anticipate from the Lobsters include:
• The right equipment
• The court and rules of tennis
• Tips for playing and winning in tennis
• Optimizing your points in tennis
Become a Member of Our Online League
How can you enjoy tennis even more? Lobsters have gone a step ahead to create an online competition that you can join. We have taken the game to the next level by creating the fantasy tennis online league that is free for all. This means that you can join the competition and enjoy trouncing your opponents like a pro.
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What is a Fantasy Sport?
A fantasy sport is an online sport where you select a virtual team of real players of a professional league such as tennis, soccer, and basketball. The performance of the players is based on how they do in actual competitions. One great option today is Boston Lobster fantasy tennis online league competitions.
The Lobsters online fantasy tennis allows you to select tennis players who earn points based on how they perform in competitions. The members you select will play on your behalf and earn points in every game he/she participates in. The aim of the fantasy tennis online is ensuring your players get as many points as possible when the tournaments close. There are even some online casinos that allow betting on esports and fantasy leagues. To get your casino bonus and start exploring betting options and playing slots games, click this link.
To increase the chances of winning in Lobsters’ fantasy tennis online games, you need to select players with top notch skills. Even if you are used to playing tennis in the backyard, do not miss this chance to win big against opponents in the world of tennis.
Charleston, S.C. (March 11, 2015) – The 2015 Mylan WTT Rec League season began over the weekend at the first national qualifier of the year in Charleston, S.C., with 25 teams competing in six divisions. Six teams won titles, five of which will be first-time competitors at the Mylan WTT Nationals at the Indian Wells Tennis…About this event
For many years, Mylan World TeamTennis has offered top junior players the opportunity to test their games against professionals. One of those beneficiaries was a 15-year-old named Eugenie Bouchard. Six years ago, the Canadian played a full season for Kansas City alongside the likes of Bob and Mike Bryan and Kveta Peschke before returning to…About this event
FINAL RESULTS – All matches complete: CALIFORNIA DREAM def. Philadelphia Freedoms 22-20 Men’s Doubles – Marcelo Melo\Robby Ginepri (Freedoms) def. Tennys Sandgren\Neal Skupski (Dream) 5-4 Women’s Doubles – Jarka Gajdosova\Anabel Medina Garrigues (Dream) def. CoCo Vandeweghe\Taylor Townsend (Freedoms) 5-4 Mixed Doubles – Neal Skupski\Anabel Medina Garrigues (Dream) def. Marcelo Melo\CoCo Vandeweghe (Freedoms) 5-3 Women’s Singles…About this event
The Washington Kastles were looking to begin the 40th season of Mylan World TeamTennis in their typically dominant style, but after five hard-fought sets, the five-time Mylan WTT champions lost just their third home match in four years. At the Kastles Stadium at the Smith Center and playing his second match of the season, Virginia-native…About this event
Washington Kastles def. SPRINGFIELD LASERS 21-16 Men’s Singles – Denis Kudla (Kastles) def. Michael Russell (Lasers) 5-4 Women’s Doubles – Anna-Lena Groenefeld\Varvara Lepchenko (Lasers) def. Madison Brengle\Anastasia Rodionova (Kastles) 5-1 Men’s Doubles – Denis Kudla\Leander Paes (Kastles) def. Andre Begemann\Michael Russell (Lasers) 5-0 Women’s Singles – Madison Brengle (Kastles) def. Varvara Lepchenko (Lasers) 5-3 Mixed…About this event
AUSTIN ACES def. California Dream 20-19 Women’s Doubles – Jarka Gajdosova\Anabel Medina Garrigues (Dream) def. Nicole Gibbs\Alla Kudryavtseva (Aces) 5-2 Mixed Doubles – Alla Kudryavtseva\Teymuraz Gabashvili (Aces) def. Jarka Gajdosova\Neal Skupski (Dream) 5-4 Men’s Doubles – Jarmere Jenkins\Teymuraz Gabashvili (Aces) def. Tennys Sandgren\Neal Skupski (Dream) 5-2 Women’s Singles – Jarka Gajdosova (Dream) def. Nicole Gibbs…About this event
The only undefeated team left in Mylan World TeamTennis’ 2015 season maintained their flawless record on Thursday night, capturing a thrilling victory at home to edge the California Dream, 20-19 — winning three of five sets played. In a match dominated by momentum shifts, the encounter between the Aces and Dream began on even footing,…About this event
Austin Aces def. CALIFORNIA DREAM 22-16 Men’s Doubles – Neal Skupski\Tennys Sandgren (Dream) def. Jarmere Jenkins\Teymuraz Gabashvili (Aces) 5-2 Women’s Doubles – Alla Kudryavtseva\Nicole Gibbs (Aces) def. Anabel Medina Garrigues\Jarka Gajdosova (Dream) 5-3 Mixed Doubles – Teymuraz Gabashvili\Alla Kudryavtseva (Aces) def. Anabel Medina Garrigues\Neal Skupski (Dream) 5-1 Men’s Singles – Teymuraz Gabashvili (Aces) def. Tennys…About this event
CALIFORNIA DREAM def. Boston Lobsters 20-17 Men’s Singles – Tennys Sandgren (Dream) def. Alex Kuznetsov (Lobsters) 5-2 Women’s Singles – Jarka Gajdosova (Dream) def. Irina Falconi (Lobsters) 5-4 Men’s Doubles – Alex Kuznetsov\Scott Lipsky (Lobsters) def. Tennys Sandgren\Neal Skupski (Dream) 5-1 Women’s Doubles – Irina Falconi\Arantxa Parra Santonja (Lobsters) def. Anabel Medina Garrigues\Jarka Gajdosova (Dream)…About this event
A former world No. 1 in both singles and doubles on the WTA Tour
who will be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame (July
2007) Won 14 Grand Slam championships (four singles, six doubles and four
mixed doubles) including three wins at Roland Garros (1989, 1994,
1998) and the 1994 US Open title. During her 18-year pro career, she
won 29 singles titles and 67 doubles titles.
Has won 11 Challenge doubles events, including Rome in 2006 (w/ Konstantinos Economidis).
In 2006, won Futures singles titles in Israel and China. Played for the Boston Lobsters in 2006 and for the St. Louis Aces in 2003 and 2004. Career high doubles ranking of No. 87 (May 2003). In 2003, along with Pakistan doubles partner, Alsam-ul-Haq Qureshi, was named 2002 recipient of ATP’s prestigious Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award.
Has won nine Sony Ericsson WTA Tour titles, including two in 2007 - Pattaya City, Thailand, and Memphis, Tenn.
Career-high doubles ranking of No. 18 in 2001. Won one Tour singles title at Hyderabad, India, in 2004. Reached career-high singles ranking of No. 35 in 2002. Member of the Australian Olympic Team at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games. Played for the Australian Fed Cup team from 1998 to 2004.