African safaris, beach weddings and epic ATP selfies – our favorite off-duty tennis stars kept us very entertained on the ‘gram this week.
With the US Open over, you’d think your favorite tennis pros would be kicking their feet up. Nope! This week they launched fashion lines, appeared on late night talk shows, enrolled in Harvard Business School and filmed episodes of an Emmy-award winning TV show. Seriously now, where do they find the energy?!
What’s the next best thing to actually attending the US Open in NYC? Throwing a killer viewing party at home! Here’s everything you need to know to make your shindig one for the history books.
Tennis fans, rejoice! The fourth and final grand slam of 2019, the US Open, is just around the corner. From August 26-Sept 8, New York will buzz with tennis energy. Aside from being the easiest slam for Americans to watch and attend, the tournament attracts a huge audience thanks to its festival-style atmosphere, notoriously vocal spectators and, of course, the nail-biting battles between the sport’s very best players.
Summer is the perfect time to introduce your kids to tennis. But how can you introduce your kids to tennis (or any sport really) in a way that sparks a lifelong passion without pushing them too hard?
The phrases “A new force is coming”, and “Massive Sweet Spot Dominates the Game” have been rampant on all of HEAD’s social media channels of late. Perhaps the worst kept secret is that HEAD is launching a brand new Gravity racquet silo to go alongside the Speed, Radical, Extreme, Prestige, and Instinct lines. For those of you still paying attention, here is a quick summary of HEAD’s current racquet families.