Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: October 2008

The only way that your tennis equipment can make a difference in your clay court game is on your feet. Most players wear tennis shoes designed for all around play, meaning both hard and clay courts. Surprisingly...

There has been a smattering of U.S. televised tennis coverage from overseas lately. The relative dry spell breaks with more than 30 hours of live action, November 4-9 from the prestigious year-end Sony...

The Fall/Winter 2008 line from adidas by Stella McCartney is out and it’s gorgeous. A mix of romance, boheme and on-court comfort. As usual, Stella’s line is loaded with exquisite detail,...

Intermediates (USTA 3.0 to 3.5) looking for more power and control may want to check out the CrossBow 4, the newest in the popular HEAD CrossBow line. This is a excellent choice for the person who doesn’t...

First in a series highlighting unique identities for whom tennis is a necessity. These players quite literally rock. On stage or on court they are passionate about playing big. Their idie-rock style is...

Add sting to your game with the T22, the aggressive evolution of the Prince men’s T10. Aside from being quite radical and bee-like in their anthracite and yellow transformation, these are lightweight,...

If you’re a tech lover and not a subdued colors guy, here are a couple of great choices. Top left, seen just recently on Igor Andreev at the Madrid Masters, is the Under Armour Men’s Fall...

Add a little gator bite to your tennis wardrobe with these shoes. Lacoste’s newest performance footwear styles are great looking, lightweight and super comfortable. The women’s colors are...

Mats Wilander and John McEnroe, tennis legends with 14 Grand Slam Singles titles between them, are teaming up to do some real good. Both will play an exhibition match as well as golf and tennis with event...

Maria Sharapova’s bag, like Maria, did not make it to the US Open. It’s a nice one. Simple, sleek and classy, ladies it goes with anything you wear. The Prince Sharapova US Open bag comes...