Tennis is considered to be a hard sport on your wrists, elbows, shoulders and knees. (And as well are other racquet sports and handball). But is it indeed a problem of the hard courts, or the sport itself? Maybe not! Because, most of the times, the body is already dysfunctional from the life style, and the sporting activity is just pushing it over the edge – the edge that one would encounter sooner or later anyway. Our today’s life style is “everything forward” – we sit at the desk, shoulders, arms and head moved forward, rounded upper and lower back. We drive with shoulders, head, and arms forward, rounded back. We watch TV, slouching in the couch, head, shoulders forward… you get the point, right?