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Email: editor (at) tennisidentity (dot) com.

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ABOUT us. 

Karin Burgess, Founder and Managing Editor of Tennis Identity

Karin Burgess Publisher and Editor Tennis IdentityKarin is a long time tennis fan and player whose passion was ignited by an admiration for Chris Evert, fascination with John McEnroe and passion for a certain Swede. She is obsessed with tennis fashion, gear and the power of dress. Student of cultural history, stylist, PR pro, part Swede, and pure foods devotee. Graduate of Colby College.

“If I feel good on court, if I feel like I look good, I play better.” – Caroline Wozniacki

“I always say: If you look good, you feel good and you play well.”  – Serena Williams

Brinke Guthrie, Editor at Tennis Identity: 

Brinke is a tennis fan dating back to the Connors vs. Borg days. Favorite shoe of all time: the Nike McEnroe Air Trainer 1. Favorite frame: the Fila Wud1One. Favorite clothing line and shirt he wishes he still had: the original Fila Bj Borg line. Color of his fave Borg jacket: cobalt blue/navy. Favorite club to play at: Harpers Point Racquet Club and Camargo Racquet Club. Graduate of the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music.

“…you’ve got to make sure you wear the clothes and not [let] the clothes wear you. It’s quite simple in a way. Don’t wear something you totally feel uncomfortable with, but take some chances. Play around a bit.”  – Roger Federer


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September 26, 2016

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10 thoughts on “Contact us”

  1. Hi, Karin!
    I have a couple ideas about your racket!
    Let’s talk…

    Best regards,

    Steven Williams

  2. I would like to purchase 2 pair of the women’s size 9 NikeCourt Flare, in the white with silver. Please let me know where I can purchase. Thanks

  3. Dear Brinke,

    I read your article on “Charge your game with Volt”, and I thought you may be interested in a new app that I created for tennis. I am the creator of the TennisKeeper app (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tenniskeeper/id1097388824) because I couldn’t find any tennis app that would let me track my tennis activities such as the matches I played or the lessons I took. There are many apps for running, workout or diet, but there isn’t any fitness apps specific for tennis.

    Please let me know if you are interested in hearing more. Hope to hear from you. Thank you.

  4. Hi Tennis Identity!

    First of all, I want to say thanks for supporting me on Instagram! I’m always happy to find out when you like my photos! It really means a lot to me =]

    If possible, I would LOVE to see an article about casual-wear tennis shoes. Casual-wear tennis shoes are shoes that can be worn both on the court AND with a pair of Jeans on a nice night out. Recently, Adidas released the Barricade 2016 Mustachio, and I believe casual-wear tennis shoes are the direction of future tennis shoe models for all manufacturers. Personally, I think the best shoe that fits this category currently is the Asics Gel Resolution 6 because of its unique silhouette and various colorways.

    Please let me know what you think!

    -TopspinMonstar

  5. Mantis, Mantis, Mantis. Recipient of numerous awards from the United Kingdom’s Tennis Head Magazine in 2016. The Mantis 295 is a former Racket of Year Honoree from TennisThis.com. We are back and want to tell the USA more about our frames. How do we accomplish this task? We need the help of Tennis Identity.

    Aesthetically pleasing sticks, superior quality at value price point. Join the Mantis Universe and subscribe to our “Don’t Fight It, Feel It,” mantra.

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