What is your tennis story?
Everyone tennis enthusiasts has a story to share. Whether you are a player, coach, fan, official or parent, tennis has made an impact to your life. This website is more than just a website. It aims to connect the tennis community by getting people to share their unique experience and inspire more people to play tennis.
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You can post your tennis stories by clicking the button below. It will bring you to a form where you can write your stories. If your stories are posted on the website, others can read and comment on your stories. If you have questions on what is appropriate, be sure to review our posting guidelines.
By Samuel Cohen
When I was younger I was kind of a brat. I took everything for granted, didn't care how talented I was, or how much my parents invested in me. Luckily I stuck with tennis until a few weeks before my 16th birthday my mother passed away...
By Ramon Osa
I was a shy, overweight teen with an amount of confidence you could fit in a thimble. My idea of exercise was curling a twinkie into my mouth and flexing my other bicep to guzzle some soda. My self esteem was almost non-existent, and I was incredibly unhappy.
By Mike Alcott
Tennis is my metaphor for life. I love teaching tennis and sharing my love for the sport with others. I am so thankful that my parents introduced me to the sport at an early age...
By Jeff Salzenstein
I remember what a memorable experience I had playing tennis for Stanford University...
Winning 2 national titles my junior and senior year as the #1 singles player and team captain were among the many highlights of my time on the Farm.
By Matthew C, Pangborn
My brother and I were introduced to the game of tennis when we were young by our step dad. And because of our willingness to learn how to play the game as well as our enthusiastic ...
By Ken DeHart
I was a basketball player who had never seen tennis played.
One day I ran by the courts and went to K Mart and bought my first Wilson racquet and began to play...
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By Joel Loo
Recently I attended a symposium about Sports Leadership and I was inspired by the speech made by the Guest-of-Honor. She mentioned about the power of sports and what sports can teach us in life...