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Former ATP Tour player Beeyong Sison (Beejong Sisson) provides commentary on latest tennis news & trends. Sison played all Grand Slams namely Wimbledon, French, U.S., Australian Opens 1979 to 1984 and was Swiss National coach assistant from 1986 to 1988. He was Basel Lawn Tennis Club's head pro from 1984 to 1995 in Switzerland. Sison founded the International Tennis School in 1989 in Binningen, Switzerland. More on Beeyong > twitter @BeeyongSison
My job : promoting tennis values everywhere in the world. International Tennis School is the brand who shows to the world that tennis is not only a sport. Follow Michael on Twitter:
Leslie Joyce E. Sison
MyTravelsWeb: Looking for a friendly partner for advice and assistance? My Travels Web provides information and guidance on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage to visitors whether for organized tours, for individual clients, or for educational establishments.
> Dine-In in Northern California: San Francisco is home to so many restaurants. Food is at the core of this famous city, and restaurants are one of San Francisco's main attractions drawing people not only from around the region, but also from all over the world.A recent travel industry study showed a high percentage of tourists that were surveyed, mentioned food as a major treat of their visits.
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KYLEMACY#4: Former NBA All-Star 3-Point Shooter, NCAA Champion Kentucky Wildcat, and Tennis Pro Kyle Macy contributes his expertise and views on all-around sports development and the Pro Tour.
Cross-Over Sports - "The best crossover sports are basketball and tennis due to similar body types, good agility/foot speed and eye-hand skills, the transition from tennis to basketball can be made much smoother."
Pro Tour: The Grind Game - “Win a few rounds then lose to get extra days rest to prepare for a Grand Slam event. I am not saying they throw their matches but they never seem to be too upset when it happens.”
Cristina "Babs" Sison
FOODLEISURE.COM: With her popular articles on gastronomy, travel tips, Babs who is based in Washington D.C., is ITS's food expert providing the latest trend and development on the most important component of active living: nutrition.