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Picking Up Tennis Balls Just Got Easier: Review of Ball Hoppers and Mowers!

October 27th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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Picking up tennis balls on the court is no small task, but now it can be! You’ve seen our recent court equipment review. We decided to follow up with one specifically for picking up balls so you can Use your time more wisely. Different ball hoppers for different needs.


Adidas Men’s Barricade 2015 Great Wall tennis shoes

October 22nd, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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You’ve seen the Berlin Wall, the Saksaywaman Wall,and the Wall Street tennis shoes in the wall pack edition of the Men’s Barricade 2015. . The final installment to the special Wall Pack line of Barricades is finally here! The last tennis shoes in the Wall Pack collection pays tribute to the Great Wall of China. One of the most notable walls in history.


Get a Grip! Guide to Understanding Different Grips.

October 20th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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Tennis grips are used to cover the handle of the tennis racquet where you place your hands. Many tennis players have a preference of which racquet grip they prefer. Grips are important for improving your tennis skills, so we’ve put together an overview of the different types of grips and their features!


Wilson Tour V 15-Pack Tennis Bag Review

October 15th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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Wilson has really outdone themselves with this one. A huge tennis bag that actually doesn’t look bulky, and is both durable and water resistant. Feast your eyes on the Wilson Tour V 15-pack tennis bag.


Wilson Pro Staff 97 Tennis Racquet Review

October 13th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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Wilson’s tennis gear, apparel and accessories are trusted by some of the top tennis pros out there. The Wilson Pro Staff 97 tennis racquet is lighter and easier to maneuver than ever, and will help you hit with extra precision and speed across the court. It’s even compatible with the Sony Smart Sensor racquet accessory, so you can check your stats and watch yourself improve with every swing. That’s not all, here’s a list of great features that you’re sure to love about Wilson’s Pro Staff 97 racquet.


Tennis Outfits for a Cause

October 8th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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The month of October is marked by pink ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness. In honor of the cause, we have put together the ultimate pink tennis outfit so you can show your support on the tennis court.


When You Don’t Need Tennis Bag, Try A Duffle Bag!

October 6th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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Sometimes you just don’t need a big bulky tennis bag. When you don’t, try a duffle bag. They are convenient ways to truck around tennis shoes and clothes without being confined to the space in a tennis bag that holds primarily racquets. You can use these along with your tennis bag and store it in your locker and car or opt to just carry your racquet alongside this bag. They also make a great bag for the gym or a short weekend getaways. Check out a few great options for your bag away from the court.


K-Swiss Women’s Hypercourt Tennis Shoe Review

October 1st, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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If you are a K-Swiss fan then you are sure to like the women’s Hypercourt tennis shoes. The Hypercourts are a twist on K-Swiss’ classic tennis shoes and offer a stable and supportive platform on which you can play some aggressive tennis.


Time Saving Tennis Court Equippment

September 29th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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The tennis court equipment you use can have a huge impact on your practice. Obviously, tennis equipment can help you practice even when you don’t have a partner. It can even save you time when you need to get in a quick workout. Whether you need to take the next step in your tennis skills development and get your first court equipment, or you just need to update your setup, here are some options that would make a great addition to tennis practice for someone at any skill level.


Stretching Basics

September 24th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

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For many athletes, stretching is key to injury prevention and can be the difference between dealing with nagging injuries and playing with a sense of physical “freedom”. There are many perks to stretching. An important and obvious one is increased flexibility, which can improve your performance. A second important, maybe less obvious, benefit is it can also help cut back on muscle soreness/tightness which allows you to focus on your match and not how sore you feel from the day before.


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