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Shoulder Exercises for Tennis Players

When you talk important body parts for a tennis player, the shoulder would be right at the top of the list!

Although to become a top tennis athlete you need to be fully abled and without chronic injury. But to put it simply without a fully functioning shoulder joint, you will always be limiting your ability to perform how you should. Without good shoulder mobility, stability and strength it can be futile walking on court. If you are prone to injury and pain symptoms that are shoulder related, you soon realise how important the shoulder girdle is and how much it is relied on during play. It is the one main joint in the body that professionals aim to avoid injuring over everything else.

The shoulder girdle consists of the ball and socket joint, scapula, humerus and clavicle. The important muscles that we rely on to move and support the shoulder joint are; Deltoids, Pectoralis, rotator cuff (Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, Teres minor and Subscapularis) & Rhomboids. These muscles...

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