Whole Brain Tennis With Teo Davidov Continued : At The Net


Research on Health Benefits of Ambidextrous Athletics

I am strongly left-handed and play amateur tennis in local, regional, and state tournaments. I often wonder if I shouldn’t practice playing with my right hand just to stay evened out. Is there any research on this topic?

A study of low back pain (LBP) in amateur tennis athletes was done recently in Germany. Tennis athletes with LBP were tested and compared with tennis athletes without back pain…



The Peculiar Case Of The Right Handed Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal is an ambidextrous person. This means that the Spaniard can put both his hands to good use.

For many tennis fans, who are mesmerized by the flamboyance that comes with him being a leftie, the news that he is naturally a right-handed person comes as a great surprise…


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