It seems like yesterday the Australian Open was just getting started. Now were are entering the busy March Madness double header: Indian Wells and Miami. 2020 has already seen an impressive array of new racquets, but often tennis strings are overlooked for the shinier, more appealing racquets and apparel. Let’s explore what 2020 has given us thus far in the racquet string world.
The new year has arrived and there are tons of new racquet options to choose from. See the latest frames from Babolat, HEAD, and Dunlop, and Yonex!
The Head Graphene 360+ Gravity Tour fills the gap between the Gravity MP and the substantially heavier Gravity Pro. See what our thoughts are on this new innovative frame from Head and why it’s one of our favorites for 2019!
This is why every racquet you purchase comes with a hard plastic head guard. It acts as the last line of defense for the top of the frame, and absorbs quite a bit of the impact, while protecting the structural integrity of the racquet.
Hybrids are everywhere in 2019. Mattresses, automobiles, cocktails, bicycles, clothing, and tennis strings. A hybrid is defined as a combination of a couple elements. We’re seeing more and more manufacturers combine various types of strings to give players their ideal combo in one set rather than multiple sets.
Today we’re going to spotlight the history of one of the biggest sporting goods brands in the world: adidas. But of course, from a tennis angle. Learn about the brand with three stripes’ early years, history with all-time-greats, and more.