Dominic Thiem just won his first Masters 1000 Title, and has been elevated to his previous high of ATP World #4. Here are our takeaways from the 2019 BNP Paribas Open Final.
Wilson updates their flagship, high-performance tennis shoe for 2019 with the Rush Pro 3.0. It is a daunting task to try and improve one of the most well-rounded shoes on the market, and having extensively reviewed the 2.5, I was curious to see the adjustments Wilson made.
The most glaring change for me was on the scale. Wilson managed to cut nearly an ounce off the Rush Pro 3.0*, making the shoe faster and a touch more dynamic. The upper has been upgraded with Sensifeel 2.0, and features a lightweight mesh in contrast to the 2.5 with no noticeable loss in stability or comfort. The mesh upper also enhances the shoes breathability and initial fit.
Novak Djokovic has proven to be extremely versatile with his equipment without missing a beat. He won Wimbledon, switched to a new version of his HEAD Speed racquet, won the US Open, switched to new ASICS shoes, and then won the Australian Open. In this piece, we dive deeper into his new ASICS Court FF 2 Novak Tennis Shoes.
Wilson has been teasing a revolution in the racquet market for awhile now and it has finally arrived. The all new Wilson Clash 100 Tour is designed by Wilson to counter today’s stiffly built frames with one that is uniquely flexible without losing any power, spin or control. Check out this review to get more insight on how the new Clash 100 Tour played on court.
Do you love playing with polyester strings, but are tired of having arm issues? Check out our blog on the 10 best soft co-poly tennis strings so you don’t have to deal with injury again!