Tennis strings are a critical part of any racquet. The evolution of tennis strings has changed over the years and created many different options for players to choose from. So how do you know what the best string is for you?
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.
Tennis shoes have evolved for decades to meet the unique demands of the sport we all know and love. With so many options, though, it can be difficult to find the perfect fit. To find clarity, I spoke with Tennis Express’ top tennis shoe experts.
Here are the 4 main categories of tennis string, and a little background on which string types work the best for which players.
As tennis continues to evolve, we’re witnessing some of the best athletes the sport has ever seen. This is partly because of the strides tennis shoe manufacturers have made regarding their equipment. In this piece, we’ll analyze the four primary categories of tennis shoes: Lightweight, Durability, Value, and Hybrid.
Tennis is a physically-demanding sport that can take its toll on both your body and tennis equipment. The latter is particularly true in the case of shoes. In this piece, we’ll dive deeper into the leading tennis shoe brands on the market today to help you find a perfect fit.