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Tennis string is exploding in variety. New to market is Gamma's Solace. The multifilament string offers TNT®2 Processed Dual Core Technology which is said to add comfort, feel and touch to your racquet. In...

Babolat is one of the most popular tennis racquets on the market. That wasn't how they got their start, of course. Babolat starting making strings in 1875, and didn't roll their frames out until...

We just looked at 10 shoes on deck at adidas. Here's a sneak peek at tennis kicks coming from asics, Babolat, Diadora, Prince and Wilson. All are angling in for your court loving dogs. What's your...

Pojie is a new product that might make a big difference in your tennis game. Yes, it’s legal and in fact, have already made an appearance at the US Open and in NCAA play. Simple to work into the...

There are a whole lotta new tennis racquets coming from Prince this fall.  “Our 2013 – 2014 racquet line will meet the needs of every player at every level," said Mike Ballardie,...

Black string is dressing many a tennis racquet these days and with its popularity has grown a number of new game-improving releases. The color has nothing to do with performance, it just looks tougher. Take...

Tourna’s newest tennis string is the Big Hitter Black 7, a co-poly (meaning a blend of poly with other elements) that is shaped with 7 sharp angles which bite into the ball for what Tourna calls...

Chris Gaudreau* (front row, third from left) was an integral part of team Babolat charged with stringing tennis racquets at the 2011 Paris Open at Roland Garros. Over the course of 14 days and 3,000+...

The early days of a big tennis tournament like Roland Garros serve up crazy amounts of work for on-site stringers. With pros requiring anywhere between 3-8 racquets custom strung at absolutely perfect...

Luxilon was recently named the tennis “String Manufacturer of the Decade” by the European Racquet Stringers Association (ERSA) 2000-2010. The brand was given this title because of its dominant use...