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Tennis View Magazine – Oct/Nov

October 19, 2011

For those of you unaware, I’ve been an intern for Tennis View Magazine for the better part of the year now. There has been a lot of rewarding moments, but none more so that having two articles published in the latest issue. I’m extremely proud of these articles that I created right from the ideas phase. One is on stalking in the digital age in tennis – inspired by Serena’s encounter earlier this year. The other looks at whether romantic relationships benefit tennis players and how they manage them despite the obvious challenges.

Rafael Nadal is featured on this month’s issue and inside is an excerpt from his new autobiography. Tennis View also features an articles on whether parents suceed as coaches, as well as regular pieces on health, strokes and stategy, and beautiful photos. It really is a good magazine and if you haven’t taken a look but like pouring over tennis in glossy pages, I highly recommend it.

You can order this month’s copy or subscribe here. New subscribers will recieve a free instruction book or DVD with their order.

Thanks for the support and sorry for the blatant plug,


3 Comments leave one →
  1. Amy permalink
    October 20, 2011 6:38 am

    Any plans for them to go digital anytime soon? Would love to read it if I could get a copy on my iPad somehow 🙂

  2. Morgan permalink
    October 20, 2011 12:07 pm

    You can still read it on the website, Amy.

    • October 21, 2011 11:34 pm

      Actually I don’t think either of mine were selected for the website this month. The website usually only features a selection of what is in the mag

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