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Valuable Life Lessons Taught by Tennis

Tennis teaches many valuable life lessons. It’s a game which encourages people to be competitive, passionate, dedicated and athletic. Whether young or old, people of all ages seem to enjoy the thrill of tennis. What are Some of the Life Lessons Taught by Tennis? For starters, when you first take up tennis you’re not automatically… Read more »

Playing Tennis in the Wintertime

Snow on Tennis Court

In many areas of the country, we have been experiencing a less than hostile winter, which has allowed many of us to continue playing tennis outdoors. That has been a much-needed stress reliever for this holiday season, but we would be foolish to think that this weather will continue. That said, we should still try… Read more »

Blood Clots and Basketball Players

At the Classic Turf Co blog, we write a lot about the artificial turfs we install, including basketball and tennis courts, but we also feel it’s important to report on the worlds of basketball and tennis, the trends that are shaping the players involved, because if we don’t know the trends, how can we effectively… Read more »

Joint Pain Starts from the Ground, up

High impact activity can be very hard on the human body. And depending on the impact surface, it could be even worse. With every step, pivot and jump, shockwaves reverberate through the human body. And the less shock absorption this impact surface provides, the more intense these reverberations are. These reverberations cause complications in the… Read more »

How to Cure Tennis Elbow

In previous blog posts, we have discussed many facets of tennis, including the players that our changing the face of the game, the popularity of the game in the United States, health issues that may result from playing tennis, and our custom-made tennis courts. In all actuality, it is funny talking about tennis in the… Read more »

Is Jay-Z the Future of Tennis in America?

This past Sunday saw one of the most thrilling tennis matches of the year. In the U.S. Open championship match, Novak Djokovic squeezed by Roger Federer 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4. Djokovic and Federer are two of the best and most popular tennis players in the world and whenever they meet on the court, you can… Read more »

The End of Summer Is a Time for Reflection

The “legal” end of summer is still a couple weeks away, but when August wraps up, it feels like the summer days are behind us – especially if you have to back to school, as a student, teacher, or administrator. At Classic Turf, the end of summer always reminds us of all the projects we… Read more »

What Is Female Athlete Triad Syndrome?

Playing in tennis

There is definitely a division between male and female athletes in this country. It is an inequality striking at the dark heart of modern-day athletics. While participation in sports by girls and young women has skyrocketed over the last few years, they still don’t receive equal treatment. They have to work harder to get to… Read more »