Today, Tennis Express shares some training tips while you’re at home. Read tennis books, watch tennis DVDs, and focus on cardiovascular fitness.
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.
Most who have had plantar fasciitis will immediately groan at the thought. While there’s a lot of information surrounding this ailment, we’ll take a look at basic remedies to help manage your pain, and some of the best tennis shoes to keep you in the game.
Stringing your tennis racquet can be an overwhelming chore, especially if you don’t know where to go and what to look for. Thankfully though, at Tennis Express, we have over 20 USRSA Certified Stringers that are here to help answer all of your stringing questions. Below are some frequently asked questions, that can help you with your game.
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.