Doing a search on TennisOne is fun and easy. Simply type one or more search terms (the words or phrase that best describe the information you want to find) into the search box and hit the 'Go' key. In response, TennisOne produces a results page: a list of TennisOne web pages related to your search terms, with the most relevant page appearing first , then the next, and so on.
TennisOne simplifies the display of the results page by organizing the content into three different areas:
- Articles (general articles, lessons, and tips)
- Prostrokes (videos of your favorite professional men/women tennis players)
- Newsletters (free content published weeklyl)
Search results for both the Articles and Newletters will include the author's name.
As a TennisOne member, you may navigate to content in any of the three areas. If you are a guest, you are limited to the free content area.
Choosing Search Words
Choosing the right search terms is the key to finding the information you need. Start with the obvious - if your'e looking for general information on Agassi, try Agassi. If you are looking for more specific information such as Agassi's forehand then try Agassi Forehand.
TennisOne searches are case insensitive. All letters, regardless of how you type them, will be understood as lower case. For example, searches for Andre Agassi, andre agassi, and aNdRe AgAsSi will all return the same results.
Types of Searches
If the checkbox titled Match any keyword is unchecked (i.e the default), if you enter multiple search words, TennisOne will only return pages that contain all of the required search words.
If the checkbox titled Match any keyword is checked, if you enter multiple search words, TennisOne will return any page that contains at least one of the required search words.
By default, TennisOne will display the first five most revelant occurrences in each of the areas. As a TennisOne member you can modify these preferences by modifying them within your My TennisOne page. Select the My Preferences tab and use the drop-down boxes to select the number of occurences you would like displayed for each area. If you change a selection make sure to click on the Save Search Options button.
- Find information on different tennis grips: grips
- Find information and view videos on Agassi's backhand: Agassi Backhand
- Find articles by Jim McLennan: McLennan
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