Tag Archives: racquet

Stringbox tennis stringing service review

Stringing your racquet is a necessary evil to the game of tennis. Usually, it involves driving over to your nearest stringer and waiting an hour for the process to finish or possibly making a return trip to pick up when ...

Why I am confident about Roger Federer’s 2014

Just few more days. Just few more days. Just few more days! Finally the offseason is slowly coming to an end. And this year more than ever, I am REALLY looking forward to the new tennis year! Usually, after the season ends, ...

VIDEO Roger Federer discusses new racquet

After his first match against Daniel Brands where he beat the hometown hero on his 26th birthday, Federer talked about his new racquet and the process in which it came about. “I’m pleased how it’s playing. I kind of knew it ...

Tennis Technology: Racquets of the Big 4 Federer Nadal Djokovic Murray

Just read this really great article called "Tennis Racquet Technology: How The Big 4 Differ" which outlines the racquets of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray.  This article gives you great insight into how the technology of ...

Ashaway MonoGut ZX Tennis String Review

I am a natural gut player for many reasons.  First I started playing with Gut cuz playing with Polyester gave me tennis elbow.  Sure it was a lot of reasons like bad form, hitting the ball late, muscling the ball ...

HEAD Titanium Ti. S6 racquet review

If you favor a very light racquet for a fast and easy swing and prefer an extra large string bed to increase your chances of a great shot, the Head Titanium Ti S6 is for you. Thanks to its massive ...

PRO KENNEX Type C Redondo Racquet Review

This advanced player's racquet has long been heralded as a top choice for advanced players who want a flexible player's stick. With a flex rating of 57 stiffness, its easy to see why this racquet is arm friendly. With a ...

Best Tennis Racquet for Tennis Elbow

Tennis is a wonderful athletic game with plenty of challenges for both your mind and body. Unfortunately one physical challenge that many of us suffer from in tennis is lateral epicondylitis also know as "tennis elbow." WebMD defines the condition ...