Although Polyester string is used on tour by many professionals, they may not be for everyone. Here are some key factors to look at yourself.
Over the last several years, Tecnifibre has been mixing different materials to try and create the “missing link” between the stiffer, control-oriented polyester string and softer, more powerful multifilament string. The brand’s newest addition, Triax, looks to close that gap by creating an internal Multi-Poly Fusion. See what our playtester thought about this new string.
Dunlop has been making racquets since 1932 and is driven by a love of the game. The brand continues to add improvements that create lighter, stronger, and faster products. The Dunlop SX 300 Lite is the lightest in the new SX series, providing players with quick access to pace and spin. See what our playtester thought about this new frame.
Players who have arm trouble don’t want to lose spin potential, but need a string that performs well and is more arm friendly. We highlighted a few below in the multifilament, synthetic gut, and monofilament categories.
How do you choose the right tennis towel? Consider the size, material, and brand before making a decision. Read more in today’s TE blog.
The tennis playing community is a tightly-knit group. We bond over Federer’s majesty, Serena’s dominance, and the wonderful feel of a fresh grip on a tennis racquet. There is something else that brings us together; The fear, pain, and strain of Tennis Elbow. Tennis elbow has a much cooler scientific name, lateral epicondylitis. The condition is described as an over use injury of the elbow area, specifically the forearm extensor muscles.