While it’s long been a high quality brand, Yonex seems to have really caught fire in the last few years with a slew of high profile players and fantastic frame lines. The Ezone line has long been renowned for its blend of power and playability. With its most recent edition being somewhat polarizing, Yonex is looking to get its groove back with the 2020 Ezone lineup.
You might hate stretching, but you know you have to do it in order to keep your body in the best shape possible. Stretching is vital for athletes, and should be routine, to achieve optimal performance during play and aid in recovery. Here are some of our favorite basic stretches that every tennis player should be doing before and/or after playing tennis.
There seems to be a common misconception that oversize racquets are only for older or weaker players. However, that is not completely true as pros even use oversize tennis racquets to benefit their game. Let’s take a look at some top oversize frames that are better suited for advanced players today.
Dunlop is back with a new racquet line and new mantra: Spin Redefined! The new SX Tennis Racquet line was made for players to hit massive spin from everywhere on the court thanks to Spin Boost Grommets. Take a deeper look into Dunlop’s newest series to help you determine which frame is best for your game.
It’s been three decades since we saw Andre Agassi wear the Air Tech Challenge 2 tennis shoe on court which defined the ‘90s attitude. The NikeCourt Tech Challenge 20 is a reminder of those days bringing chills to tennis and sneaker fanatics alike. See what new modern spin Nike puts on this classic tennis shoe.
Although the year 2020 has seen its better days, Nike is bringing us something to truly look forward to wearing when we finally get back out on the court. This time, the brand is channeling Parisian streetwear with stripes and vibrant colors that give players of all levels a sporty yet formal flare when they walk out on the court.