See how the home of the US Open is assisting with COVID-19
The home of the US Open is transferring part of the tennis center into a 350 bed temporary hospital to service patients suffering from COVID-19 and to relieve some of the pressure on the nearby Elmhurst Hospital just four miles away in Queens.
More information online here.
Relive @chefwsimpson Instagram Live cooking demo! Share your Jerk Salmon plates with us and don’t forget to tag #WhatsInUrKitchen and #CitiTasteofTennis!
Jerk Salmon Recipe:
Wash your salmon and then sprinkle with all ingredients and put to marinate for 20 minutes in your refrigerator. put your metal Skillet on the stove to get hot pour vegetable oil .when your Skillet is hot place your Salmon inside allowed to cook on each side on low flame for about 3 minutes on each side then remove and set aside.
Mango /avocado salsa Ingredients
Combine all ingredients together and mix together lightly when you're done set aside.
Red stripe jerk sauce ingredients:
In your metal skillet put on the stove to get hot then pour your olive oil inside the skillet, when it is hot put all fresh ingredients to sautee for about 2 minutes then at this point you will put Red stripe beer and jerk BBQ and also water and your dry ingredients. Let it simmer for about one minute and then put your pre done salmon inside and let it cook for another 2 minutes on low flame. enjoy with Jasmine rice and your mango avocado salsa.
Behind The Racquet: Robin Soderling
Read at BehindTheRacquet.com
Remember Robin Soderling? The first player to ever beat Rafael Nadal at the French Open, Soderling was a top 10 player for nearly 5 years before his career came to a staggering halt. He was hit by mononucleosis, which then revealed more immune system issues in the Swede. He tried to come back to the tour many times, but was forced to retire, playing his last match at 27 years old. His story is full of perspective, clarity of thought, and much more.
Today we wanted to throw back our Daily Watch to see one of the best one-handed backhands the WTA has ever seen. Justine Henin was only 5'5, but packed a serious punch. When she faced off against Serena Williams, the matches were always must watch.
Today's episode of Homegrown Tennis will get you working on three different serves: flat, slice and kick! If you struggle with one or more of these serves, this simple exercise can get your wrist pronation on the right track.
Start your week on a high note with this quick full-body workout from our Director of Fitness at the John Newcombe Country Club, Paige Miller! Tabbed a "driveway" workout, this circuit can be done from anywhere with minimal equipment.
Check out the video below to see Paige demonstrate proper form for each move, and let us know how it went in the comments!
Today on Homegrown Tennis we have a simple drill and game that works on your volleys! Grab two other people and challenge yourself to keep one ball going without letting it bounce. A great one at home, and a great one on the court!