Technology for tennis has changed over the years, but one of the coolest changes is the amount of apps that can be used while you play or watch tennis. Apps are the most popular tools for consumers to read, learn, watch or analyze the game right from their mobile device. This blog takes a deeper look into some popular tennis apps and sensors that have changed the tennis industry over the last several years.
Babolat is refreshing one of the most popular racquet families within the tennis industry this fall. The Pure Aero, formerly the Aero Pro, has become just as huge as its mega-star endorser Rafael Nadal. The frame is widely used on both the WTA and ATP tours, but it has also become a favorite of consumers at multiple competitive levels. Once again Babolat has a few versions to suite different game styles and abilities which will be available in October.
To celebrate Kei Nishikori’s on-court accomplishments, Nike has created the Kei Nishikori Vapor X Leather Tennis Shoe! This shoe is as unique as the man it’s modeled for, and tells a great story inside and out. In this piece, we’ll take a closer look at the inspiration behind the shoe of Japan’s top male player.
Look out tennis world, there is a new shoe in town the NikeCourt Air Zoom Zero! Nike has always been a key innovator when it comes to tennis shoes, but the development of the Zoom Zero takes innovation to a new level. Check out this blog to learn more on how this shoe performed on court.
Obviously there are many different brands of socks to choose from and you may not always know which ones are the right choice. This blog is here to help you identify some of the best performance tennis socks on the market so you play your best under pressure.