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Vapur, the good-for-the-earth "anti-bottle," is designed to let you tap water or whatever you drink on court anywhere. Tennis players, these space savers stand tall when filled and fold flat...

Origine is a new-to-market Canadian brand. Their first tennis product is a racquet that combines performance and comfort in a stick that utilizes flax fiber in its structure. The company plans to roll...

How much would you pay for a one-hour private tennis lesson? Rates run $30 to $120 around the country depending on pro ability, rep and region. How about if your pro was John McEnroe? McEnroe has...

adidas has revealed  Ana Ivanovic's first looks for 2010. The 22 year old Serbian will step onto the Southern Hemisphere courts wearing a good-for-the-earth core...

Old windscreens and nets have taken on a new and useful life reincarnated as roomy tennis totes. In Atlanta Georgia one court maintenance company alone takes 50,000 linear feet of windscreen to...

We've all been party to recycling efforts at tournaments (bottles and cans) but there are organizations working hard to get the game to recycle gear. Here's where and how you and your club can...

In honor of Earth Day week here in the U.S. Fila has released the new "green" pieces in its Women’s Personal Performance Collection. The group is designed to cross-over...

In honor of Earth Day, April 22, our posts this week look to where tennis is "greening" up. Take a look at some of our other past posts here. It's an industry start. ...