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Technology continues to make inroads into the world of tennis. Not only have we seen a huge leap forward in racquet design over the years, we’re also getting these cool little training gizmos that...

We haven’t heard from Prince Tennis in a long time. The American-born global racquet sports brand is, however, debuting its latest Beast 100 tennis racquet in time with the start of the Australian...

Dunlop today announced Donald Young, Jamie Murray, Heather Watson, Bjorn Fratangelo, Taylor Townsend and Louisa Chirico have all chosen Dunlop racquets as they embark on their 2018 seasons. Young, Murray,...

UPDATED Jan 11 Novak has moved around a bit in the tennis gear world. For clothing he’s been with adidas, Sergio Tacchini, Uniqlo and Lacoste, who he signed with last year. The footwear, though,...

We’re getting closer to the first Slam of the new year, and that means the new gear!!! Nike, as usual, is making a splash with a new version of its flagship shoe. The NikeCourt Vapor X is below and...

We’ve got a couple of hot new Asics releases to tell you about! Here’s what happens when shoe designers get creative with the fact that winter and summer solstices happen at the same time across...

Just in time for those looking for the latest/greatest in tennis racquets to gift, HEAD has released the new Graphene Touch Radical racquet series that offers a beautifully balanced combination of power,...

We all see the big bags the pros bring out on court. Some players bring out 5 racquets, others 10 or more. Each is strung to precise specifications and every one will be cut out after the match. Slam tournament...

Nike is first to court creating special gear for the women’s and men’s season-ending tennis championships in Singapore and London. You’re looking at a cosmetic change up only on these...

String gauge is important to consider when stringing or restringing a tennis racquet. If you want what you’ve been hitting with look to the tiny writing on the string in your racquet before cutting...