So as the title suggests I am six months out from a biceps tenodesis and I feel like I am about 90% of where I was pre-op. I have made a complete recovery from a day-to-day activity perspective and have about 95% of my range of motion back. I would say that I have about 90-95% of my overall strength back as well. When it comes to playing tennis I have complete confidence in my ground strokes and volleys, not to mention no pain whatsoever. Pain/Discomfort rears its ugly head when I try to serve or hit an overhead. The good news is that the pain/discomfort is not on the front of my shoulder any longer, so from that perspective the surgery was a complete success. The bad news is that I am having some pain/discomfort in my triceps and back side of my shoulder. Which makes no sense given what a biceps tenodesis is unless it was the initial 8 weeks of very limited activity and then an additional 8 weeks of light rehab/physical therapy. When I think about the fact that I have regained most but not all of my range of motion there is probably some residual stiffness/scar-tissue that needs to be worked out. For those of you who have had a biceps tenodesis how long was it before you were back to your old self? And by that I mean hitting serves as hard as you ever did or wanted to without any discomfort? Thanks.