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Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3 Review

Here is our Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3 review, going over the pros and cons of this highly popular tennis racquet (and one of Wilson’s best selling racquets). Categorized as a ‘Tweener tennis racquet, the Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3 was designed to have a healthy balance of both power and control, giving it some of the qualities of a pure player’s racquet and some traits in the game improvement category. This makes it the perfect tennis […]

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Wilson Pro Staff 90 Review

Today we’ll be doing a complete Wilson Pro Staff 90 review which we hope you’re excited for. The Wilson Pro Staff 90 is modeled after a legendary racquet, the classic Pro Staff 6.0 85, which was previously used by Roger Federer and legends such as Pete Sampras. However, the Pro Staff series is back and continues to evolve its heritage of classic frames with new technology that makes it good enough to be endorsed by […]

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Head MicroGEL Radical Midplus Review

If you didn’t already know, the legendary tennis player Andre Agassi has always been known for his close affiliation with the Head Radical series’ racquets. Head actually created a racquet just for him called the Bumblebee Radical when they first endorsed him in 1993. In 1999, the Head Radical Ti was made famous when Andre Agassi used it to win the French Open, making him the first player in history to ever win all four […]

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Head Liquidmetal 8 Review

The Liquidmetal 8 happens to be one of Head’s more popular models, promising power, control, and comfort in an all-in-one package. The Liquidmetal name refers to the special material applied to four areas on the racquet’s face, which is supposed to improve on power output and energy return by a great deal. But does it really live up to the hype? And what are all of its other strengths? We decided to do a Head […]

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Head Ti S6 Review Featured

Head Ti S6 Review

As you may know, Head is a major manufacturer of high-quality tennis racquets, which is why we’ll be doing a Head Ti S6 review today. The Ti S6 happens to be the best selling tennis racquet in the history of Head (and was even the top selling racquet in the world at one point), outselling the newer but now discontinued Ti S7. First introduced in 1996, the Head Ti S6 is still an amazing racquet […]

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How to String a Tennis Racquet

Without strings on your racquet, you won’t be able to hit a tennis ball (unless you’re going to play with the side of your racquet’s frame forever). And as you may know, tennis strings can break often, resulting in expensive stringing if you get it fixed at a shop every time. That’s why today, we’re going to teach you how to a string a tennis racquet yourself!However, learning how to string a tennis racquet isn’t […]

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How-To: Basic Tennis Drills

Tennis is a very fast-paced sport with very different shots and very different play styles. In order to get used to the different shots and play styles, it’s necessary to train yourself through the use of tennis drills. Basically, tennis drills give the player a simulation of certain situations that might occur during a point, giving you more experience while also building up muscle memory to respond to these situations as quickly as possible. Having […]

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Tennis Stringing Machine: Selection & Comparison

In order to string a racquet, a tennis stringing machine will be necessary. But what kind of tennis stringing machine should you get? Well, this can depend. These days, stringing machines can come with a ton of features, but what you’ll want should be based on what your needs are. Are you going to need it for personal use or for your tennis shop? Are you going to use it very frequently (multiple times a […]

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Tennis Doubles Strategy

In doubles matches, you will have a partner beside you to help win some points as well. Since there are two people on the court, that means each player covers less of the court compared to singles. But don’t forget that in doubles, the outside sidelines–called the allies–are used, meaning that you’d still have to cover those extra sidelines. This can allow for a very different tennis game, since players can use different angles on […]

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Singles Tennis Strategy Guide

Tennis isn’t all about hitting the ball as hard as you can with the hopes that your opponent can’t return it. The reality is, you won’t always have a perfect opportunity to hit a winner, as your opponent will be utilizing something you should be too: tennis strategy. In essence, tennis strategy is all about outplaying your opponent, using techniques that can either: set you up for a winner, or make it so that your […]

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