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Archive for June, 2012

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LINK TO SHARE:  http://goo.gl/nSSBV READ ADNA INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN BAKER Brian Baker, a 27-year-old from Nashville, Tenn., is riding high on his come back — and he’s in the third round at Wimbledon, his best showing at any Grand Slam tournament. After missing majors for 6½ years because of a series of operations, Baker returned to Grand Slam action last month by earning a wild card into the French Open, where [...]

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LINK TO SHARE:  http://goo.gl/f8mTT We received a wonderful letter from one of our ADNA clothing enthusiasts that filled us with so much pride, we just had to share it! Thanks Brad for catching this Born For This moment! Mount Masada is located by the Dead Sea, a very hot place in the Judean desert of Israel. To climb the 2,000 steps of the “Snake Path” will take you up 1,300 feet to [...]

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June
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By Jack L. Groppel, Ph.D., USTA   Tennis has historically been called the sport for a lifetime. But is this true? According to scientists from a variety of disciplines, tennis is still one of the best sports anyone can choose to play. The Facts: 1. People who participate in tennis three hours per week (at moderately vigorous intensity) cut their risk of death in half from any cause, according to physician Ralph [...]

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June
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    ADNA Junior Athlete, Lorenzo Lorruso starred a few weekends ago at the Boys 12 Super Series in Plantation, Florida. According to those in the audience, the match was really intense. Lorenzo won the first set 6-2, and was up 2-0 in the second set when he missed a couple of shots. His opponent began a comeback, winning the second set 6-4. The tie breaker was more of the same intensity, [...]

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LINK TO SHARE:  http://goo.gl/ezllP ADNA Select Player, Henrik Wiersholm had the opportunity this past weekend to play with Redfoo, part of the Eletropop Duo LMFAO. Wiersholm is one of Athletic DNA’s top Select Players, and happened to be training at the Central Park Tennis Club in Seattle when Redfoo (real name, Stefan Gordy) came in to play. Apparently, Redfoo tries to play tennis in every city he visits while on tour. [...]

Categories: Select Junior Tennis