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Court Equipment Review: Choosing the Right Tennis Ball Hopper

November 4th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

Court Equipment Review Choosing the Right Tennis Ball Hopper

You can make your tennis practice sessions more efficient and get more out of your professional tennis lessons by using a tennis ball hopper to pick up all those tennis balls. Save yourself the time and drudgery of bending over and trying to balance balls on your racquet by choosing the right tennis ball basket. There are a many sizes and styles available.

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Tennis Racquet Review: 2017 Babolat Pure Strike

October 4th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews

Tennis Racquet Review 2017 Babolat Pure Strike

If you’re ready to get wild and be the attacker on the tennis court the new Babolat Pure Strike tennis racquets could be your best choice. It’s the latest in the Babolat Pure Strike series of tennis racquets. It was developed in partnership with Babolat’s top-ten ATP tennis player Dominic Theim and input from over 200 Babolat tennis ambassadors through their intiative #projectone7. Theim created a stir when he appeared at the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Championships with the new stark white and orange frame version. The new Pure Strike series used a hybrid elliptical head and more square throat beam for both head speed and shot stability. It works for players that are typically on the offensive or for those players who want to become more assertive in their tennis matches.

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Tennis String Review: Tecnifibre X-One Biphase, Black Code, Pro Red Code & More

September 20th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis String Review

Tennis String Review Tecnifibre X-One Biphase, Black Code. Pro Red Code

The best way you can improve the playability and comfort of your current tennis racquet is regular and proper restringing with a high quality tennis string. A good rule of thumb is to restring your tennis racquet each year as many times as you play a week. For a 3 time a week player restring at least 3 times a year. It may also be a good idea prior to important tennis tournaments to get your racquet restrung. For a limited time there is special savings on Tecnifibre tennis strings. They are a favorite with many of our customers.

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Tennis Shoe Review: Adidas Adizero Ubersonic G-Dub

September 15th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Tennis Shoe Review Adidas Adizero Ubersonic G-Dub

If you treat your tennis matches like battles, the new Adidas Adizero Ubersonic G-Dub is for you. Inspired by the great battle strategist and first president of the United States George Washington, the G-Dub is the latest in the line of tennis shoes inspired by figures from culture and mythology. Like all Ubersonic tennis shoes this one is uber-fast and lightweight, allowing quick movements across the tennis court with a comfortable feel without sacrificing durability and stability.

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Get Connected with the Babolat Pop Wristband Stars & Stripes Special Edition

September 8th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews, Training Aids

Get Connected with the Babolat Pop Wristband Stars & Stripes Special Edition

Just in time for the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Championships is the new Babolat Pop Wristband Stars & Stripes Special Edition. It is the first connected tennis wristband that will help you track your game. Pair with a smartphone and play connected with any tennis racquet. Capture the data that will help improve your tennis performance.

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Ame & Lulu Tennis Bags Serve Up Courtside Style

August 11th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Bag Reviews

Ame & Lulu Tennis Bags Serve Up Courtside Style

  Ame & Lulu tennis bags bring high fashion to the tennis court. Available in styles that work for players on the go including a tennis backpack, tennis tote, tennis court bag and tennis tour bag. The designer tennis bags come in preppy colors, sharp stripes and contemporary graphic patterns. Models are so functional they have multiple uses. Great for the tennis court, beach, poolside or weekend getaway.

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Choosing the Right Tennis Racquet Grip Size

July 21st, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Grip Reviews

Choosing the Right Tennis Racquet Grip Size

Tennis players typically spend much time and money researching and buying the best tennis racquet for their style of play and skill level. But if they skip or rush through the vital step of choosing the right tennis racquet grip size all of that previous effort is wasted. The wrong grip can be uncomfortable and affect a tennis players swing control, match endurance, shot mechanics and overall confidence. The right tennis grip size can improve all those aspects of your tennis game.

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Tennis Bag Review: Court Couture Barcelona Tennis Bags for Women Who Love Fashion

July 19th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Tennis Bag Review Court Couture Barcelona Tennis Bags for Women Who Love Fashion

The hottest fashion trend in designer tennis bags is the sling model.  Slim and stylish they are a departure from the large bulky duffel bags of the past. Court Couture has introduced a fabulous line of sling designs they’ve called the Barcelona. As hot as a midday tennis match on a red clay court in Spain, these tennis bags for women even come with a matching clutch for that post match lunch or tennis pro-shop purchase.

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Best Tennis Racquets for Intermediate Players

July 12th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Best Tennis Racquets for Intermediate Players

Once you progressed past beginner level tennis and have become a consistent intermediate level tennis player it is worth getting a tennis racquet that better matches you current game. Avoid the temptation to jump ahead and buy an extreme high performance racquet better suited to advanced level players. A relatively heavy racquet with too small a head size is less forgiving of errant strokes will just demoralize you and reduce the enjoyment of your tennis play. There are a many good choices among the best tennis racquets for intermediate players.

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Har-Tru Lays Claim to Courtmaster Tennis Nets

June 17th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

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Har-Tru Lays Claim to Courtmaster Tennis Nets

Over the past several years, Har-Tru the longtime leader in clay tennis court surfaces has been integrating both the Har-Tru and Courtmaster brands of tennis nets and paddle/pickleball nets to offer a complete solution for soft-court tennis players.

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