Tennis Equipment: Is Your Tennis Equipment Holding You Back?
Your tennis equipment, whether it be tennis racquets, tennis ball machines, tennis shoes, or tennis racquet stringing machines, is every bit as important to your game as the lessons you take to perfect your form. In tennis, your level of play will rarely exceed the quality of your equipment.
Sure, Rafael Nadal or Serena Williams might be able to take your old, slightly banged up racquet and whip the tar out of you or I, but – using that same tennis equipment – they’d be hard pressed to do the same to Novak Djokovic or Samantha Stoser (maybe that’s what happened in the 2011 US Open ).
The truth is, your choice of equipment can make a huge difference in your game. In fact, just one great piece of equipment can often take your game to a completely new level. We are rarely better than the weakest link in our equipment.
That’s the way it was for me. In my case, my “comfortable” old racquet was the problem. I finally changed racquets and got a machine to string my racquet with the string and tension level that fit me perfectly. My game has gone on to new levels. Yours can too.
Take a look at the products we’ve gathered. We researched the tennis equipment that can make the biggest difference in your games. We talked with experts and players, read all the latest research, consolidated the information and put it here for you to benefit from.
The categories we focused on are the most fundamental areas the experts have told us must be improved in order for our game to improve. These areas are tennis racquets, tennis shoes, tennis ball machines, tennis stringing machines, and tennis accessories (such as speed guns, stroke trainers, etc.).
Have a look and maybe your friends will be as amazed at how well you suddenly start play as my friends were!