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Tennis requires you to twist, turn and run in multiple directions. It’s great for you, and by taking proper precautions, you can minimize your risk of tennis-related injuries. “Playing tennis on a regular basis is good for your body and mind,” says Dace Zemzars, ATC, PTA, of Cleveland Clinic Sports Health Center. “It’s a fun … Read More