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Roland Garros 2015 Dates: Men's Schedule of Play

The 2015 Roland Garros men’s championships are the 118th time the Roland Garros men’s singles tournament will be held. The dates, what the schedule of play is for every day i.e. what time play commences for each session and which round is being played are listed to make it easier for you to follow, watch and/or attend this tournament. Pictured above is Rafael Nadal in the early preparation stage for this forehand during the 2014 event. The 1.85m left-hander recorded a record 35 straight ...

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Professional Tennis Coach in Singapore: Jay Davern

Jay Davern - Tennis Coaching Profile Jay is an Australian tennis coach in Singapore who possesses 25 years of tennis coaching experience (11 of the past 15 years coaching full-time in Hong Kong and Singapore). He is a fully qualified tennis coaching professional under Tennis Australia. Jay is available for tennis lessons in Singapore six days a week (Monday to Saturday) from 7am through to 10pm each day. Email info@OnCourtAdvantage.com or text +65 9830 2678 to book your tennis lessons. Jay is one of the world’s most qualified ...

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Roland Garros 2015 Dates: Women's Schedule of Play

The 2015 Roland Garros women’s championships are the 112th time the Roland Garros women’s singles tournament will be held. The dates, what the schedule of play is for every day i.e. what time play commences for each session and which round is being played are listed to make it easier for you to follow, watch and/or attend this tournament. Pictured is Maria Sharapova with the Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen trophy after winning her second Roland Garros singles title in the past three years. The 1.88m Sharapova triumphed ...

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Singapore Tennis Lessons that will make you so happy with your game

Tennis Lessons Singapore

Private tennis lessons in Singapore - junior tennis lessons - adult tennis lessons - group tennis lessons - tennis lessons for kids and Ladies doubles team training! I love tennis. My life is tennis. I love to teach tennis. I love to play tennis. I am On Court 6 days a week and am available from 7am through to 10pm each day. For further details email to info@OnCourtAdvantage.com or text to +65 9830 2678. Book your lessons with the best that the international tennis market has to offer ...

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Wimbledon 2015 Schedule of Play: Men

The 2015 Wimbledon men’s championships are the 130th time the Wimbledon men’s singles tournament will be held. The dates, what the schedule of play is for every day i.e. what time play commences for each session and which round is being played are listed to make it easier for you to follow, watch and/or attend this tournament. Pictured above is Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon just after the contact point for the forehand where he is deftly creating space on a ball much closer to his ...

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Tennis Lessons in Singapore Locations

The tennis court locations for tennis lessons in Singapore are: Farrer Park tennis centre, 1 Rutland Road, Singapore, 218252. St Wilfrid tennis centre, 3 St Wilfred Road, Singapore, 327920. To book in or for further information please email: info@oncourtadvantage.com or text +65 9830 2678. Location maps: Farrer Park tennis centre map - to see a location map from the street directory of Farrer Park tennis centre please click-> Farrer Park tennis centre. St Wilfrid tennis centre map - to see a location map from the street directory ...

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Tennis Lessons in Singapore at Farrer Park Tennis Centre

To have tennis lessons in Singapore arranged for you at Farrer Park tennis centre please email info@oncourtadvantage.com or text +65 9830 2678. Tennis lessons at Farrer Park tennis centre on the 8 floodlit hard courts are available 7 days a week from 7am to 10pm. The Farrer Park tennis centre address is 1 Rutland Road and the postcode is 218252. Tennis Lessons in Singapore You can have one-to-one private lessons, semi private tennis lessons i.e. you and a friend, or you can have a partner matched up for ...

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Tennis Lessons You Can Learn from Roland Garros 2015

by Tennis Lessons Singapore on May 21, 2015

Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros 2014 runner-up

The slower playing conditions at Roland Garros on the clay courts provide the perfect opportunity for you to observe the strategy, tactics, court movement, court positioning and patterns of play used by the best players in the world in order to win points, games and matches. To learn many layers of these critical aspects of ‪‎tennis‬ and how to apply them effectively email info@oncourtadvantage.com to book in your winning tennis lessons in ‪Singapore.‬ ‪Who do you think will win the title? Find more info at Mybookie.ag. You never know who will win and what may happen until Championship point has been converted, the key thing is to watch it, get ‪on court‬ and improve your game!

The 2015 ‪Roland Garros‬ event begins this Sunday 24 May with 16 women’s and 16 men’s first round singles matches. #RG15 (the official Twitter hashtag), is poised to be especially interesting with the lack of usual clay court form by the ‪King of Clay:‬ Rafael Nadal, whose currently ranked No.7. Rafa won his ninth title last year from the past ten years by defeating the form player of 2015 Novak Djokovic in the final even after Djokovic won the 1st set. Despite Nadal’s falling clay court form the past two years you cannot help but think once Rafa is playing at Roland Garros with career record is 66-1, all the memories of success and confidence will elevate his current game by a good 20 per cent.

Djokovic has a 35-2 win loss record so far in 2015 capturing five singles titles. Djokovic‬ though has never won at Stade Roland Garros yet the pressure to complete his Grand Slam set, throws a different spin on the rest of the tournaments he has ruled this year.

Roger Federer is the last player to defeat Djokovic this year (in the final of the Dubai Open). Federer is 25-5 this year with three singles titles and a clay court schedule that points to one big push for a second Roland Garros title. His record Grand Slam singles tally would then stand at 18 and most importantly, a four Slam lead on arch-rival Nadal. A 10th ‪win for Rafa would move him to 15 Slams just two behind ‪‎Federer‬ and being 4 years younger than ‪Federer, Roger is aware of things like this!

Andy Murray has proven to be in his career best clay form after winning his first career clay court title at the ATP 250 Munich Open. The following week Murray scored an impressive first ever clay court win against Rafa and by 6-3 6-2 in the final of the Madrid Open Masters 1000. Murray made the semi finals last year at Roland Garros and like his previous French semi he fell to Nadal. Murray has a 31-5 record this season and his current clay form outshines Nadal’s 2015 clay court performances.

Kei Nishikori looks to the strongest threat of players yet to win a Grand Slam to the Fab Four. The 2014 US Open he won throughout to his first Grand Slam final and at the 2015 Australian Open he was halted in the quarter finals by defending champion Stanislas Wawrinka.

This year Kei’s record is 31-7 with two titles and to his credit both defended titles: the Memphis Open and ATP 500 Barcelona Open on clay. Nishikori has only been pipped by the two hottest players on clay in 2015 i.e. a quarter final loss to eventual Roma Open Masters 1000 champion (Djokovic) and in the semis by 2015 champion Andy Murray.

Nishikori is 0-7 head to head versus Nadal but has beaten Murray and a pair of wins against both Federer and Djokovic. The draw is being held tomorrow and its  possible that Djokovic, Murray and Nadal are all bundled in the same half, leaving Federer and Nishikori the task of only having to beat one of the three favourites for the Championship.

 

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Tennis Lessons in Singapore information

by Tennis Lessons Singapore on April 28, 2015

Tennis lessons in Singapore information email info@oncourtadvantage.com

How: To book YOUR tennis lessons please email info@OnCourtAdvantage.com or text to +65 9830 2678, thank you.

Where: at the tennis centres, your court or a court that can be arranged for you.

Who: These tennis lessons are available to everyone in living in or visiting Singapore.

When: These tennis lessons are offered from 7am to 10pm six days per week (Monday to Saturday).

What: Tennis lessons in Singapore for EVERYONE, at any age and for every standard of play, from absolute beginners through to and including full-time tennis players.

Why: Experience the greatest amount of improvement through the highest quality lessons.

More information:

– These tennis lessons in Singapore offer DISCOUNTS for a package of lessons paid for in advance

– For new clients you can always pay for one lesson before committing to a package of lessons

– These tennis lessons in Singapore are offered on a first-in first-served basis

– These tennis lessons in Singapore run for 1 hour each and can be extended at your request

– Please do not hesitate to email for any further information you may require.

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