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  • My Tennis Life Has Changed My Life

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    My Tennis Life The one event that changed my life forever was when my dad first took me to the tennis courts when I was only three years old. Tennis has always been my father’s passion and he wanted to pass that on to me. As every young toddler, I would watch cartoons and children's shows, but when my dad would get home, I would watch tennis with him and it was equally interesting to me, even at a very young age. My life has evolved around the experience I have gained from tennis and wouldn’t be

  • My Trip to America- Personal Narrative Essay

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    green is all to your eyes can reach. Palm trees and grass fields are everywhere. The morning mist was shining on the grass leaves like thousands of small pearls dropped from the clear sky. All I was thinking about was the theme parks, the tennis, where I am and how lucky I actually am. I was just looking at the wonderful views that America had to offer. Arriving at the hotel, the first impression was excellent. The entrance was through two big metal doors along a very tall

  • Persuasive Essay About Sport

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    a set. There are twenty-one games in total. Picture a tennis court. A badminton court is

  • How To Make A Tennis Holiday Essay

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    going on a tennis holiday. As they say, bleed while getting ready, and fully enjoy your time when you get there. There are numerous intricacies and factors to consider when getting ready for a tennis holiday, and you will need to address all of them to make your time off as smooth as possible. So, before you start packing your bags and get cab to the airport, here are some tips and reminders that will help ensure that you’ll have fun and do nothing else when you’re already in your tennis holiday

  • Descriptive Essay About My Tennis Club

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    out his racquet, shakes hands with his opponent and takes his position. In his mind he thinks, “Let the life begin!”. This was the first time I witnessed a totally different side to my uncle, the tennis player side of him. Every tennis player is on his own on the tennis court. If he wants to win the match, he has to trust and rely on himself. It doesn’t

  • Personal Narrative: My Passion In Tennis

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    I have been playing tennis since I was four years old and it has been my passion since the very first day, I grew a love to tennis thanks to my parents that got me involved with it, I started competing when I was six and I realized since my very first competition how much I enjoy competing. When I turned twelve some of my coaches back home in Colombia saw I had potential but they wanted me to stick with them, training and traveling with them, but fortunately I realized soon enough that they were

  • Classwork Vs Group Work

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    athlete. I play tennis in the fall and basketball in the winter. The barrier that I face is not only trying to perform excellent on both courts, but in the classroom as well. Through commitment and determination, I've managed to push through. Summer sixteen was full of activities and camps that frequently overlapped each

  • Figueroa's Framework In Tennis

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    performances in tennis this term and make recommendations on how to maintain or improve my experiences and performances in tennis. The individual level of Figueroa’s Framework refers to the factors that affected my sports performance which based on my own attitudes, values, beliefs, and experiences. Having had past experience in tennis positively impacted my performance as it gave me essential knowledge of the rules, and allowed me to begin development of skills prior to this unit. My previous tennis experience

  • Soccer Player Vs. Tennis Player

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    makes soccer players so great? What about tennis players? These two sports are both compelling in different ways and are complete opposites in more ways than one. When trying to choose between the two, there are some major differences to take into consideration. Both exercise the body and can be a great way to have fun, although it might depend on what they players preferences are when it comes to deciding between the two. The differences between soccer and tennis are striking and they merit examination

  • Tennis As A Sport : The Sport Of Tennis

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    is playing a game called tennis. There are many sports in the world. There is soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, swimming, track, etc. Tennis may not be as popular as the others such as soccer and cricket but tennis is a good sport to play. Tennis has some unique rules to it, is great for the body, and is a very social sport. A large amount of people play tennis casually. In tennis, the mechanics are balanced, they are also different from many other sports. In tennis you have to hit a