Tennis. Do you watch it? You can also play it!

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When you hear the word “tennis”, Iga Świątek immediately comes to mind. Ever since Iga beat Sofia Kenin 6:4, 6:1 in the French Open women’s final in October 2020, Iga-mania has spread all over Poland. Those who remember Małysz-mania from the early 2000s know well that watching championships can be addictive. With Adam Małysz, following in the footsteps of the champion was no easy task... but tennis is much more accessible. So how about stepping away from the TV and getting your racket?

It’s worth a try! Playing tennis engages many muscle groups. During a standard tennis practice, you run a total of about 4 km, burning about 600 kcal. You change directions, use different strokes, and train your focus and reflexes. Your body will be grateful for this effort! Playing tennis is not only a way to lose the unwanted weight, but also an excellent cardiovascular exercise. No wonder tennis has lost nothing of its appeal for so many years. And where there is demand, there will always be supply. Did you know that approximately 300 million tennis balls are manufactured every year?