15 Tennis New Year’s Resolutions for 2015

Sticking to your New Year’s resolutions is tough. But if yours revolve around something you love, it can be easier to maintain them. That’s why MyTennisLessons came up with 15 resolutions that tennis fanatics will be able to keep in 2015. All will improve your lifestyle while getting you plenty of time on the court. So whether you’re new to the sport or consider yourself an advanced player, we guarantee you’ll find a resolution on this list to add to your current goals for 2015. Happy New Year!

1. Try a new activity.

If you haven’t picked up a tennis racket in a while, why not get back on the court this January?

2. Invest in your health.

Take tennis lessons to stay active. (We recommend beginners start by signing up for 20 hours of lessons.)

3. Meet new friends.

Join a tennis league or team to meet others who share your love for tennis.

4. Spend time with loved ones.

Schedule a weekly activity for you and your spouse. Take a semi-private lesson to give you both a break from your busy calendar.

5. Join an organization.

Register online for a membership with the United States Tennis Association and get access to leagues and tournaments for all ages and levels of play.

6. Make time for fun.

Get competitive. Play a match each week against friends or join a tennis ladder.

7. Stay motivated.

Play in at least one tournament in 2015. Find a tournament near you through the USTA.

8. Give back.

Volunteer with a tennis-related charity or donate to the cause.

9. Get fit.

Try cardio tennis for a workout that combines the best of personal training and the sport you love.

10. Travel the world.

Attend a professional tennis tournament in a city you’ve never been.

11. Read more books.

Try Novak Djokovic’s Serve to Win or Andre Agassi’s Open to start the New Year.

12. Do something for your kids.

Sign them up for youth tennis lessons and keep them moving and having fun after school.

13. Make family a priority.

Set aside time to hit a few tennis balls with your children.

14. Be involved in your community.

Support your local college, university or high school’s tennis team and attend a home match this spring.

15. Share your passion with others.

Become a tennis coach at MyTennisLessons and dedicate as much time as you want to teaching tennis lessons.


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I grew up in a tennis family with three younger sisters as doubles partners. If you enjoyed a blog post of mine or want to know more, feel free to email me at avery@mytennislessons.com. Thanks for reading and staying connected with MyTennisLessons!
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