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This tournament moves players up and down a series of courts, splitting teams every round so that partners become opponents in the next round. It's a chop and change format with matches becoming more evenly competitive as the tournament progresses!
Research indicates regular badminton and tennis are sports most protective to health, while football and running are bottom of the table
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Not keen on racket sports? Don’t despair: the authors stress that all types of physical activity are beneficial to health.
If you want to stave off death for as long as possible, you might want to reach for a tennis racket.
Scientists attempting to tease apart the benefits of different sports have found that regularly taking part in sports such as badminton or tennis reduces your risk of death at any given age by almost 50%, with swimming and aerobics also proving protective.
"How come I gotta park my golf cart by the big oak tree?"
There is a long tradition of RTC members driving their golf carts to play tennis. The Buckeye parking lot is small and sometimes fills up, plus driving the golf cart up to the complex shortens the walk to the courts for those unable or unwilling to make the walk up the path.