Playing tennis regularly strengthens the bones of young players and has been proven to help prevent osteoporosis later on in life
Playing tennis often can help to enhance abilities of planning, tactical thinking, agility and body coordination as well as memory, social skills, learning and behavior
Compared to non-athletes and contact-sports participants, tennis players reported lower risk for being overweight than non-athletes and participants in many other sports
Children who play tennis regularly tend to get better grades and achieve higher goals
Playing tennis just 3 hours per week can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease by 56%. As one long term study shows, tennis players add 9.7 years to their life over sedentary individuals
Tennis helps you cope with physical, mental, emotional and social challenges and enhances your ability to manage stress.
Since stress and anxiety are two of the most common causes of insomnia, tennis can help treat insomnia through releasing serotonin and improving blood circulation
Playing tennis encourages interaction with different players from different backgrounds, providing opportunities to create and strengthen new bonds.