professional tennis


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Noun1.professional tennis - playing tennis for moneyprofessional tennis - playing tennis for money    
sport - the occupation of athletes who compete for pay
lawn tennis, tennis - a game played with rackets by two or four players who hit a ball back and forth over a net that divides the court
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K], Feb 20 (ANI): 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer has returned to the top of the ATP Rankings for his fourth stint at the pinnacle of men's professional tennis, more than 14 years after he first became number one.
The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) celebrates 30 years of bringing womens professional tennis to the Great Lakes Bay Region with the 2018 Dow Tennis Classic, a $100,000 U.
The WTA 125K series is the secondary professional tennis circuit organized by the Women's Tennis Association.
The win qualified him to meet any of upcoming match winners, such as the Belarusian professional tennis player Uladzimir Ignatik or the Greek professional Tennis player Stefano Testeibas.
Coaching - The starting salaries for professional tennis coaches at the ATP main tour level are probably in the $50,000 per year range, plus any expenses.
When things are completely going your way, in this case in my professional tennis career, you're happy," he said.
FORMER footballer Paolo Maldini's professional tennis debut ended in defeat at the Aspria Tennis Cup in Milan.
As many as 43 nations of Asia are eligible to participate in this newly introduce Men's Professional Tennis Championships.
Ward off tennis elbow with personalised treatments from a professional tennis chiropractor and heal your body with rejuvenating sports therapy.
Ward off tennis elbow with personalised treatments from professional tennis chiropractor and heal your body with rejuvenating sports therapy.
Abedini was losing very badly, 6-0, 2-0, to Great Britain's Imran Aswat at a competition in Antalya, Turkey, that was a Futures event, the lowest rung of professional tennis.
It is believed by the ATF Board of Directors that with this new initiative, around 1,500 junior and professional tennis players across Asia stand to benefit from the tour.

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