No doubt about it, times are tough for everyone, and tennis is no exception. If you are fortunate enough to have a tennis racquet and a pair of athletic shoes, you have access to some fun, low cost exercise. Here are some suggestions of what Tennis Express like’s to do while we are at-home.
You might hate stretching, but you know you have to do it in order to keep your body in the best shape possible. Stretching is vital for athletes, and should be routine, to achieve optimal performance during play and aid in recovery. Here are some of our favorite basic stretches that every tennis player should be doing before and/or after playing tennis.
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.
There seems to be a common misconception that oversize racquets are only for older or weaker players. However, that is not completely true as pros even use oversize tennis racquets to benefit their game. Let’s take a look at some top oversize frames that are better suited for advanced players today.
Tennis Express shares some tips for how to prevent blisters on your feet. Start by wearing moisture-wicking socks and the proper tennis shoes.
Dunlop is back with a new racquet line and new mantra: Spin Redefined! The new SX Tennis Racquet line was made for players to hit massive spin from everywhere on the court thanks to Spin Boost Grommets. Take a deeper look into Dunlop’s newest series to help you determine which frame is best for your game.