Today we’re going to talk about the tennis serve grip. It’s one of the very first things you’ll need to learn if you want to hit a proper tennis serve and it’s something you can practice before you even step onto a court. In this article, we’ll cover:
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X-One Biphase is a premium multifilament string that combines the best of Tecnifibre’s technologies into a single string to produce power, comfort, and gut-like feel.
One of the string’s standout qualities was how comfortable it was to play with. Even strung at a higher tension, X-One Biphase still retains its cloud-like comfort which is great for any players suffering from tennis elbow or simply looking for an all around arm-friendly string.
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If you’re looking for a new tennis book then you’ve come to the right place.
We’ve compiled the most comprehensive list of the best tennis books ever written by some of the biggest names in our sport and organized them so you can easily find a book that meets your needs.
If you’re curious what “deuce” in tennis means you’ve come to the right place.
The truth is, deuce is quite simple.
One of the most common questions asked about tennis strings is, “how often should they be replaced?” It’s a great question and one that isn’t always given a whole lot of consideration.
The truth is, strings wear down from play, lose their elasticity and tension and ultimately if left too long can have a negative impact on your play. Let’s take a deeper look at why and when you should change your tennis racquet strings.
If you’re new to tennis one of the very first grips you’ll likely be taught is the continental grip. This grip is unique because it’s the one grip that virtually all tennis players have in common for their serves and volleys.
Let’s take an in-depth look at the continental tennis grip, how you should hold it and what it’s useful for.
If you’re just getting started with tennis string one of the helpful attributes to understand is tennis string gauge or the thickness of the tennis string and how it impacts performance.
While rather basic in concept many players rarely consider string gauge and therefore don’t fully reap the benefits of stringing their racquet with the best gauge for their level and style of play.
If you’ve been around tennis for a while, you’ve likely heard of natural gut tennis strings, but you may not know a whole lot about them. As the most expensive type of string on the market and a favorite choice among professional tennis players, natural gut is often considered one of the highest quality strings available.
In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about natural gut strings so that you’ll walk away well-versed on the topic. Here’s a quick outline of what we’ll cover – click any of the links to jump straight to that section:
Recently, one of our awesome community members asked a fantastic question. As a sufferer of golfer’s elbow, he was looking to change his racquet to move towards a frame that would provide him a more open string pattern in the hopes it would afford him with a softer feel and greater potential for spin.
In this article we’ll take an in-depth look at his question and the various elements of a racquet that can help provide relief from golfer’s and tennis elbow. While you’re here you may also want to check out our guide on the best tennis racquets for 2018.