Sprained ankles? Yup. Torn rotator cuffs? You know it. Pulled hamstrings, strained abdominals, sprained wrists, stiff knees, inflamed backs? Check, check, check, check and check. The list of ailments tennis players deal with over the course of their brutal year-round seasons reads like a human anatomy textbook.

Now, it seems, we need to add a chapter on concussions.

Dr. Summer Ott talks to ESPN Women about the changing attitudes toward concussions in non-contact sports, specifically, women’s tennis. Read Dr. Ott’s story here.