Tennis is a physically-demanding sport that can take its toll on both your body and tennis equipment. The latter is particularly true in the case of shoes. In this piece, we’ll dive deeper into the leading tennis shoe brands on the market today to help you find a perfect fit.
With the Miami Open coming to a close, the 2019 clay court season is here. In this piece, we’re putting the spotlight on some of our favorite clay court tennis shoes for the 2019 season.
It’s that time of year to get out of the cold weather and go on a vacation. Make it a tennis vacation so you can keep up with your game and relax on the beach at the same time. There are many top tennis vacation spots all around the world, but here are some of our favorites.
Technology for tennis has changed over the years, but one of the coolest changes is the amount of apps that can be used while you play or watch tennis. Apps are the most popular tools for consumers to read, learn, watch or analyze the game right from their mobile device. This blog takes a deeper look into some popular tennis apps and sensors that have changed the tennis industry over the last several years.
Babolat is refreshing one of the most popular racquet families within the tennis industry this fall. The Pure Aero, formerly the Aero Pro, has become just as huge as its mega-star endorser Rafael Nadal. The frame is widely used on both the WTA and ATP tours, but it has also become a favorite of consumers at multiple competitive levels. Once again Babolat has a few versions to suite different game styles and abilities which will be available in October.
If there were any doubts remaining about Novak Djokovic’s return to form following his elbow surgery, he officially put them to rest by winning Wimbledon and the US Open back-to-back. With his most recent win, we ponder just how much further he will climb on the all-time Grand Slam Singles Titles list.