Tennis Identity

Monthly Archives: October 2011

There is a lot to like in Nike's Holiday tennis collection and it's getting play times-4 in Istanbul at the TEB BNP Paribas WTA Championships. Pictured left Maria Sharapova wears the new Rival...

The laundry detergent you use matters. If you read the care labels on your tennis apparel you’ve likely seen an increase in instructions designed to keep specially treated fabrics working the way...

As the name suggests, this tennis ball is designed to last longer than most. It feels bad chucking one-match used balls (I give them to pupp-ay or toss 'em in a practice hopper) but that's been...

The Dunlop Biomimetic 700 hit stores today. The new stick is being billed as a "game improver" racquet for the 2.5 – 4.0 tennis player looking for a little more power in their game (read...

A few years back, a small tennis apparel company that is no longer, hit upon the idea of a "skegging," a skort and legging in one. It was popular and is again now. Fueled by the growth of the...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in support are a myriad of pink themed tennis (and other) products, the proceeds from which go to fund breast cancer research. All good of course but think...

Color blocking in fashion is big, big, big and tennis designers are taking it to court in a myriad of colors this fall. A tennis fashion house doing really creative things with the trend is Eliza Audley. Pictured...

No question, visualization is an effective method for reinforcing tennis strokes but professional video analysis can be expensive. For those who want a look but can't afford packages being offered...

Many consider the tennis season over after the US Open but October is actually one of the most jam-packed months in pro tennis. Encompassing both the Asian swing and European indoor season, there are...