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On April 16th, pros from across the country gathered at the Spanish Trail Country Club in Las Vegas, Nevada for the 6th Annual LIVESTRONG Day "Ultimate Ringer" Doubles Event. Each year, the pros bring the Nevada community together for an enjoyable evening of tennis and to raise awareness about new cancer treatments, the benefits of early detection and the need for healthy lifestyles. The event benefits the Lance Armstrong Foundation and the American Cancer Society.









   
By Dr. Jedediah W. Jones, M.D.


Tennis elbow is the common name for a painful condition of the elbow. It involves a tear or degeneration of one of the tendons that helps extend the wrist. (1) The tendon originates on a bony prominence on the outside of the elbow called the lateral epicondyle. Patients complain of pain on the outside of the elbow and forearm with repetitive gripping and grasping.



   
GALEX Foundation, enriching lives through tennis and wellness progams, will provide free Kidney Function Screenings and Education to individuals at high risk for Chronic Kidney Disease. High risk groups include those with personal or family history of Hypertension, Diabetes, or Kidney Disease. Ethnic minorities and the elderly are also at increased risk.



   
Foundation Children with Ryan Wolfington, Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan
By Hilliary Heard

A seven year tradition continues for VegasTennis.com's Marty Hennessy Jr. Tennis Foundation as the children get up close and personal with their favorite players at the BNP Paribas open. The tournament held in Indian Wells at the beautiful tennis garden offers a perfect playground for youth to learn life lessons from their tennis idols. Everyday is packed with loads of tennis, beautiful sunshine and courts that are easily assessable for viewing the top men and women players on tour.

"Nothing is better then professional tennis to motivate a player," said legendary coach and tennis dad Wayne Bryan. "I took Bob and Mike to Indian Wells more times than I can count."



   
LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) - UNLV women's tennis head coach Kevin Cory has been named the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Intermountain College Coach of the Year.

"It is always a great honor to be recognized by your peers and the USPTA is the premier teaching organization in the United States," Cory said. "To me, individual awards are a representation of your team and the success of the student-athletes you coach, so this reflects well on the Rebels."





   
*** With 68 Titles on the ATP Tour, they hold the record for most doubles wins by a team.

*** They have been the #1 Team in the World a record setting six times: 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010. And they were the #2 team in 2004 and 2008, and they are currently the #1 Team.

*** Having won the 2003 French Open, the 2005, 2008 & 2010 US Open, the 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, & 2011 Australian Open, and the 2006 Wimbledon Doubles Championships, they have a Career Grand Slam and they are only the third team in the Open Era to achieve that feat.



   
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Looking for some family fun? Want an activity that the whole family can enjoy? Come join Chris Ojakian and the ITC staff for Cardio, Quickstart, and Junior Tennis. All ages and abilities are welcome!




 
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