Monday, November 25, 2013
How high would you go to play a tennis match? Dmitry Druzinsky news found some photos depicting a game between pro tennis legends Andre Agassi and Roger Federer which took place about 1,000 feet above ground. The temporary tennis court was erected atop a helipad in the Burj al Arab Dubai Hotel.
With so many fake photos and videos around the internet these days the photos seemed to be part of an optical illusion or hoax. However, we discovered that they are in fact real as you can see in this project Highest Tennis Court In The World Via Dmitry Druzhinsky which contains several more photos and information as well.
This is what you call playing tennis at the highest level indeed!
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Tennis Can Make You Healthier - Dmitry Druzhinsky News
Playing a sport like tennis is about much more than just hitting a ball back and forth. Tennis is a great workout, and can be a major factor in leading a healthy and robust life. Tennis expert Dmitry Druzhinsky sums it up thus: “When you play tennis, you engage in a physical activity that isn’t overly demanding, and at the same time, burn calories and reduce your risk of heart disease. Tennis is something that doesn’t require a lot of equipment or planning, that can be played pretty much anywhere in the world, indoors or outdoors as the weather permits, and can help you get in shape. It’s win-win!”
True, tennis has many great benefits. If you’re thinking about taking up a hobby that can be great fun and get you into a healthier life condition, then tennis might be just the thing for you. Dima Druzhinsky provides the following benefits from playing tennis.
1. Low Impact
Unlike other sports like football, rugby, and lacrosse, tennis is much less physically demanding. The lack of contact is obviously a factor, but even for sports like basketball and soccer, tennis allows you to work up a good sweat, without requiring you to push your body to its physical limits. Though there is some heavier knee and ankle impact, the sport itself is fairly easy on your body as a whole, and is great for people who are looking to start getting in shape, or those who can’t take the rigor of heavier sports.
2. Cardio Workout
During a tennis match, you heart rate goes up, and stays up. This is a great cardio workout, and will help in reducing cholesterol, burn fat, and reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Running after the ball, and using your full body in play is a sturdy exercise that can make a major positive impact on your overall health and well being.
3. Builds and Tones Muscle
More than just burning fat, playing tennis builds and tones muscles, especially those in the legs, arms, and back. The running back and forth across the court is great for legs, and the strokes of hitting the ball with your racket works out upper and lower arm muscles, as well as those in your mid and lower back. This activity can help take a flabby body and turn it tight and toned as you play more and more over time.
4. Hand/Eye Coordination
Good hand/eye coordination makes you better at many of the daily tasks that we engage in, from driving to typing to building things. Tennis refines hand/eye coordination extremely well, as you keep your eye on the ball, and react. Though other activities aid in this as well, like playing certain video games, tennis is the much better option if what you’re looking to do is get in shape and have fun in the process. Tennis and health expert Dmitry Druzhinsky states “why sit in front of your T.V. pretending to play tennis, when you can go out and experience the real thing?”
Friday, November 15, 2013
A few days ago we created a project on Behance.net about the beauty of tennis. This project contains some awesome photographs about the game such as the one below. To be able to play the game and do a split such as this one while playing it is really amazing.
We will continue to post other projects in the following weeks. Dmitry Druzhinsky news platform is dedicated to always putting together anything and everything worth noting regarding sports; especially tennis!
You can see the entire project The Beauty of Tennis here.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
What is next for the popular and amazing tennis star Serena Williams as she gets older? An article posted on Dmitrydruzhinsky.net speaks about the great tennis star as well as the career of one of the best female players ever. The popular news platform reports on how Miss Williams continues to seek more trophies to add to her already career high 11 titles. While some may say that Serena Williams age of 32 is considered old for tennis, she continues to try to disprove her critics by adding more wins to her repertoire.
Dmitry Druzhinsky reports that "Williams has been dominant on the court. It looks like, from game to game, Williams hasn’t missed a beat, and is performing as well, if not better, than she did 10 years ago." This is great news for her many fans around the world who would love to see Serena win another title before the time comes when she decides to retire. You can read the entire story here