Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: April 2011

  The Matua Madrid Masters Open kicked-off yesterday with a vertical tennis court complete with two hanging players engaged in a singles battle (ball free). Sooooo cool. I think this one tops the...

Inspired by the dragonfly's artful energetic flight and irridescent wings Eliza Audley's Dragonfly collection brings the charm and energy of summer's sky dancers to your game. Left is the Dragonfly...

Dunlop tennis has signed Tim Smycek, a hot-on-court Milwaukee native, to a racquet deal. His win last week against Donald Young in the 2011 USTA French Open Wild Card Playoffs earned him the coveted ticket...

TENNIS Magazine's 2011 Buyer's Guide is in their May issue. Pick one up if you don't subscribe. If you are in the market for a new racquet or shoes this issue outlines playtester reviews of...

When I think tennis bracelet I think diamonds and really nothing actually meant for the court. The Count Me Healthy tennis bracelet is different.  This silver plated bracelet hugs your wrist fairly...

 If you haven't checked out pro World Team Tennis (WTT) in your area, it's time.  WTT pro competition is regionally branded tennis in a team format that includes both men and women....

One of my particularly stylish friends walked on court the other day carrying this tennis bag; I find it covetable in a way only hand-bags and shoes can be. It’s the Maggie Mather tennis tote in...

It’s a little early to cover Wimbledon but for those making plans to head that way, here’s something you may want to add to your trip. Sir John Lavery, 1885   The Barber Institute of Fine...

Did you notice Roger Federer’s shirt in Miami? Collarless. That’s a big change. He looked so, well..casual, ready to hit the town courts. Not a bad thing of course but this was Roger Federer....

The USTA Player development team announced today that they would be moving one of the United States' premiere junior tennis tournaments, the Orange Bowl, from hard courts to clay, taking it from Coral...