Compete in the Casey Cares Foundation’s 10th Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament on Monday, June 3rd at Chartwell Golf and Country Club in Severna Park, MD, emceed by Brent Harris, anchor and reporter at Comcast […]
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” teen tennis phenomenon Sloane Stephens. Ron Matz welcomed the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to Manic Monday.
If you are a fan of racquet sports, then do not “lob” over these local courts. For tennis, racquetball and squash competition, it is hard to find “fault” here.
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Who do you think is the best men’s singles player?
The 2012 Wimbledon Championship, like it had six times prior, was won by Roger Federer following his defeat of Great Britain’s Andy Murray in four sets.
Ron Matz has Manic Monday with Envoy of Pikesville. Don Scott and Marty Bass have “Coffee With” Billie Jean King.
Tennis is rated as one of the top sports to improve overall health, spurring both physical and mental vitality in workouts even non-athletes can get into. In fact, competitive tennis burns more calories than aerobics or cycling, and outperforms golf and most other sports in developing positive personality characteristics in kids. With benefits like these, and a trip to Baltimore’s best courts and clubs, you’ll be back in shape in no time.
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Don and Marty had “Coffee With” General James Adkins. They talked about the Maryland National Guard’s role after 9/11. For People Are Talking, Mike Schuh was Lutherville talking about the Green Spring Racquet Club open house.