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Monthly Archives: August 2016

It’s a good year out there on the court-walk. Maybe a little too much neon but here are my top choices for best women’s tennis fashions at this year’s U.S. Open. Color dominates in...

Tennis wristbands have long been a staple of the game. Double that. Double wide wristbands (6 ” long vs. the standard 3″) are trending. I first noticed them on Andy Murray. They are now everywhere...

Aga Radwanska may be the best player you know nothing about. In a tennis scene dominated by high power (Serena) and high glamour (Ivanovic, Wozniacki, Cibulkova,) Aga just goes about her business, winning...

Venus Williams continues to surprise, both on and off the court. The New York Times just did an excellent profile on her and her pair of businesses (more on that in a sec) and she’s wearing a very...

Kerry recently met with Los Angeles based trainer Laura Varney to run through a few exercises to increase speed and strength on court. To start, get ready for some fast footwork. Everyone’s could...

New shoes news from Asics here. Packer Shoes collaborated with Fila last summer for a limited edition look at the International Tennis Hall Of Fame, and now they’re back featuring a new set with...

We’ve written about arm sleeves in the past. There are lots of reasons to use one. Milos Raonic and Serena Williams have worn them. They are part fashion, part purpose according to Ms. Williams....

Surprisingly there are quite a few people who wear glasses when playing tennis. Contacts don’t cut it for everyone (myself included) so it’s eyeglasses inside and polarized prescription sunglasses...

Mount Sinai Health System orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, and radiologists will use the latest technology to care for athletes at this year’s US Open.  This is the fourth year...

We’ve been reviewing new tennis books for years here at Tennis Identity. This page recaps a few bestsellers, newcomers and some of our favorites. Click each image to explore more about/shop each...