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March
2004

Tennis
Features - Doubles Or Nothing (The Bryan brothers are breathing new life into the doubles game); That's Offensive (Don't wait for your doubles opponents to strike first); Unified Theory (The ATP and WTA know they should work in tandem. Will it work?); Swinging In Gstaad (Roy Emerson's camps in thw Swiss Alps are anything but Spartan); 60 Minute Makeover (Practicing is the key to makeover - if you do it the right way) The Complete Player - Health & Fitness (Get faster in just three weeks); Gear (How to weigh your options when choosing a racquet PLUS: The new classic frames; Tech Talk); Travel (Four revamped Florida resorts); The Tennis Life (The inaugural "MBA Davis Cup" was about drinking, networking - and stacking); Court Of Appeals (Rules, rules, rules) Game Plan - Quick Fix (Controlling your service toss); Practicing With...(Taylor Dent); Hard To Handle (Overcoming the high forehand); Drill Seekers (Exchanging lobs and overhands); Freeze Frame (Roger Federer's fluid serve); Professional Advice (Your questions answered); Clinic (Understanding ball control); Mind Game (Playing well when you're hurt); Tip (Advice from TENNIS.com) Plus: - Chrissie's Page; Baseline; Scoreboard; Rankings; My Point
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June
2004

Tennis
Features - French Open Preview: All The Dirt (Our Roland Garros FAQ has everything you need to know about this year's world championships of clay); The Magician (Guillermo Coria can't pull a Q rating in the U.S., but his lethal clay-court game may enable him to pull a rabbit out of a hat at Roland Garros); Don't Even Think About It (Make it easy on yourself - here are the percentage plays in five of the most common match situations) The Complete Player - Health & Fitness (How Mardy Fish's off-court work has made him a bigger player on it); Gear (Even if you've got some game, the summer's hottest sticks can sharpen it. Plus: Tech Talk); Travel (Four resorts where beginners will feel right at home); The Tennis Life (A peek behind the scenes at an ATP event led to a career in sports journalism); Court Of Appeals (Rules, rules, rules) Game Plan - Quick Fix (Keep your overheads from going wide); Practicing With...(Xavier Malisse); Doubles (Try the down-the-line return); Drill Seekers (Practice your volleys and passes); Great Shots (Serena Williams's ground strokes); Tip (Advice from TENNIS.com); Clinic (No matter what your level, the serve is the game's most important stroke); Professional Advice (Your questions answered) Plus: - Chrissie's Page; Baseline; Scoreboard; Rankings; My Point
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