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Tennis: How to Serve
Tips and instructions on how to hit a serve from Tennis Warehouse, your #1 place for tennis gear on the internet!
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How to Change Overgrip
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How to Pick a Tennis Racquet -- Racquet Terms & Specs Explained
Tennis Warehouse helps you choose your next tennis racquet by explaining racquet terminology and spec tables!
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How to Pick A Tennis Racquet
Tennis Warehouse discusses how to choose the right tennis racquet for your game. Head size, string pattern, grip size, weight and balance are all talked about along with the importance of trying before you buy.
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Luxilon ALU Power String Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Luxilon_ALU_Power_16L_String/descpageACWILSON-ALUSTR.html Combines great durability with impressive power and good control. Used by several ATP Tour professionals, including Robin Soderling and Juan Martin Del Potro. The durable and control oriented response of Luxilon ALU-Power and other Luxilon co-polyester strings has revolutionized professional tennis. By far the most popular choice on the ATP Tour, Luxilon's co-polyester monofilament construction allows a player to take full cuts at the ball without any loss of control. Players with fast swing speeds also tend to find these strings very spin friendly.
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Babolat RPM Blast String Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Babolat_RPM_Blast_16_String_/descpageACBAB-BRPMB16.html An ultra-responsive co-poly designed to give big hitters incredible spin and control. Used by Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and many other top pros.
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Wilson Pro Staff 97 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/WilsonRacsTW Introducing the second generation of the Pro Staff 97 - the lighter, faster version of Federer’s RF 97 Autograph. With this update, Wilson gives you a more user-friendly entry point into the legendary feel and precision of the Pro Staff universe. Although the target specs remain the same, this version of the Pro Staff 97 has been meticulously reengineered with the elegant stylings and innovative paint finish that Federer chose for his RF 97. On court this 11.7 ounce stick not only supplies decent stability at impact, but at 7 points head light it whips through contact with surprising ease. The crisp feel is punctuated by exceptional vibration dampening and excellent ball feedback, two things made possible by some quintessential Pro Staff ingredients: a Braided Graphite layup coupled with wonderfully thin 21.5mm beam. Factor in the open 16x19 string pattern and you have enough spin potential to paint the lines. At net the Pro Staff 97 moves into position quickly and delivers an impressive level of stability for a sub 12 ounce racquet. Touch artists will love the feel and responsiveness on droppers. With this update Wilson keeps a good thing going. Intermediate and advanced ball strikers looking for a speedy player's racquet with controllable power and amazing feel will not be disappointed. The fact that Roger Federer helped with the design is a very nice bonus.
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How to String a Tennis Racquet
Tennis Warehouse, the world's #1 online tennis store, provides step-by-step instructions for stringing a tennis racquet from start to finish!
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Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/RF97Autograph The Pro Staff RF97 Autograph is no ordinary racquet. For starters it deploys crucial elements of Wilson's timeless Pro Staff formula, including a graphite/Kevlar layup, headlight balance and Perimeter Weight System. Taken together these features add up to a truly classic feel with world class precision. Even more impressive, however, is the man who helped design it. His name is Roger Federer and the RF97 was specially engineered for him. You will even find Roger's "go to" hybrid, tension and overgrip listed on the inside of the shaft. Unlike the Original 6.0 used by the young Fed, this re-invented Pro Staff has a wider, more rounded beam to better suit the power of the modern game. At 12.6 ounces strung, it should come as no surprise that this stick does not get pushed around. With its tour level stability and huge plow-through, the RF97 is the perfect weapon for trading heavy balls. Our playtesters were not only impressed by the phenomenal control, they also found plenty of power when they were able to deploy the mass. Thanks to the headlight balance, this racquet whips nicely through contact on full swings, a fact that should allow strong players to crank up the head speed when driving the ball through the court. At net the RF97 feels as solid as a rock. Even when the player is stretched out, this stick redirects pace with surprising ease. On serves, Federer's Pro Staff delivers all the control needed to tease the lines. Those who can swing it fast will be rewarded with some very weak replies. Ultimately, as the most modern and evolved version of Wilson's iconic Pro Staff line, this is a must hit for serious players. The fact that it was designed with the help of a true legend makes it a genuine collectible.
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FDL Finals
Finals of the FDL League! Andy and Spencer vs. Chris and Granville Andy and Spencer won it 8-3
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Babolat Pure Strike 16x19 (Project One7) Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/TWBabolat With the Pure Strike 16x19 Babolat has once again created a modern player’s racquet with universal appeal - call it a softer, more controlled Pure Drive with outstanding feel, quick handling and impressive targeting. In addition to its square & elliptical Hybrid Frame Construction, this update comes with Babolat’s new FSI Power technology, which widens the spacing between the upper crosses for a juicer, more spin-friendly ride. In contrast to the 2014 version, Babolat has thickened the beam in parts of the shaft and head to enhance power and stability. On court these features amount to a comfortably firm response that is as lively as it is precise. From the baseline the Strike has the same easy acceleration and “out of the box” playability as the Pure Drive, but it feels a tad friendlier on the tendons. Spin comes easy, and big swings find their mark without much fuss. Although the widened beam and more open string spacing definitely provide extra pop over the previous generation, the power never feels overwhelming. At net the Strike 16x19 feels fast and accurate, with decent stability for a sub 12 ounce racquet. Touch artists should have enough feel to kill the pace and drop the ball maliciously short. As with the previous generation, this racquet’s combination of power, precision and spin should translate into some very aggressive serving. With this solid update to the Pure Stike 16x19 Babolat checks all the right boxes. A Must demo for any player who wants a zippy, great feeling player’s racquet with very user-friendly levels of power, control and spin.
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Solinco Hyper-G vs. Tour Bite String Comparison
Tennis Warehouse breaks down the differences between Solinco Hyper G and Solinco Tour Bite. Find out which one is more powerful, more spin-friendly, more comfortable and which one is our favorite overall!
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TW VLOG #443 - Tennis Racquet Customization Explained
Tennis Warehouse discusses racquet customization - specifically what benefits you'll get and why you may want to do it.
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Wilson Burn FST 95 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/BurnFST95 With the Burn FST 95 Wilson adds surgical precision and impressive stability to the speedy Burn franchise. At nearly 12 ounces, this stick offers a solid and plush feel at impact. The compact 95in² head is ideal for those who want pinpoint accuracy on full cuts. In addition to accuracy, strong players will also have the needed mass to drive the ball powerfully through the court. Although the swingweight is beefy (331 RDC), Wilson puts some welcomed speed under the hood with their Fast Speed Technology - a feature that combines an extremely aerodynamic beam with a 'whippy' headlight balance. The Burn FST 95 also comes with specially designed inserts for players with two handed backhands. It's called X2 Ergo technology and it provides extra leverage for the top (dominant) hand. On groundstrokes the FST 95 is ideal for trading heavy balls or redirecting the pace of big serves. The firm beam gives this stick a crisp and precise response without ever feeling brassy or overly stiff. Our TW playtesters reported plenty of spin and control, with our biggest hitters finding the mass to hit penetrating shots. At net the Burn FST 95 feels solid against pace and the control is outstanding. On longer groundstroke swings and serves we found this racquet to come around surprisingly fast for its weight. Finally, control on serves is exceptional, and there is decent pop available to those who can deploy this racquet's mass. The heaviest member of the Burn franchise does not disappoint. Players looking for a compact (and comfortable) modern midsize racquet that does not skimp on spin or plow-through should give this one a serious look.
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TW IMPROVE: Top 5 Powerful Racquets 2018
TW IMPROVE: Top 5 Powerful Racquets 2018 Looking for a powerful racquet?! Here are our 5 favorite options loaded with power. From Babolat, Wilson, Head & Yonex these racquets will add power to your game. Babolat Pure Drive: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-BPD1H.html Head Extreme MP: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-HGTEMP.html Wilson Burn 100 CV: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-B100CV.html Yonex SV 100: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Yonex_VCORE_SV_100/descpageRCYONEX-VCSV1H.html Babolat Pure Aero:http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Babolat_Pure_Aero/descpageRCBAB-BPA.html ➤YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmgyIibKmFosnm-LyZEB7uQ?sub_confirmation=1 ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tenniswarehouse ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tenniswarehouse/ ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tenniswarehouse TW IMPROVE: Top 5 Powerful Racquets 2018
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Babolat Pure Drive Racquet 2018 Review
http://bit.ly/2vSiXvZ With its "best of class" combination of speed, power and spin, the Pure Drive is one of the most popular and versatile racquets ever made. Although it is weighted for intermediate players (11.2 ounces), this racquet's outstanding playability and ease of use lend it an appeal that cuts across ability levels and stroke styles. For the 2017 version of the Pure Drive, Babolat retools the string bed with FSI Power Technology, which includes diamond shaped grommet holes and wider string spacing. The result is a noticeable boost in power and spin potential. Babolat also updates its Cortex dampening system with a viscoelastic rubber used in the space industry. The upshot is better dampening, more comfort and a decidedly more muted feel than past versions of the Pure Drive. On groundstrokes this version of the Pure Drive offers the same explosive speed we've come to expect from this iconic racquet. Aggressive players who like to scramble and crank winners on the run should love this stick. The wider string spacing not only provides big spin potential, but it sends the ball on a higher trajectory, resulting in both easier depth and a heavier ball. At net the Pure Drive checks all the right boxes. It offers quick handling and big put-away power, but it also feels quite solid for its weight class. Aggressive servers will find enough power and spin to force weak replies. Babolat has made some impressive changes to the Pure Drive. Although some players may have to adjust to the slightly more muted feel, there will also be a lot of players who cannot resist this racquet's heavy ball potential.
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How a Tennis Racquet is Made
Wilson gave Tennis Warehouse the opportunity to go inside their Innovation Center in Chicago, IL where they show us how they go from concept to physical model in just hours!
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14 Essential Items To Keep In Your Tennis Bag
Tennis Warehouse lists the essential items that you should always keep in your bag, whether you're playing a casual match or a weekend-long tournament!
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Babolat RPM Blast Rough String Review
http://bit.ly/RPMStrings RPM Blast Rough is the textured version of RPM Blast, one of the most popular co-polys ever made. Like the standard RPM Blast, this string is a co-polymer monofilament with an octagonal shape and a special cross-linked silicone coating. RPM blast Rough is perfect for aggressive players who like to attack the ball with long, fast strokes. Our playtesters found it a tad softer and more powerful than the original RPM Blast, resulting in a slightly more penetrating shot. With its grippy surface, you'll find plenty of bite for bringing the ball down with spin. The durability is also quite high, making this a great option for string breakers.
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Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 (330g) Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/DuelG330 Developed with input from Stanislas Wawrinka, the VCORE Duel G 97 (330) is a very solid player's racquet. Like its predecessor (the Tour G 330), this stick is perfect for experienced ball strikers who want the rock solid stability and ball crushing plow-through of a traditional player's racquet. This model also features Yonex's new Tough G Fiber, a uniquely resilient material added to the frame's midsection to help the racquet return more energy to ball. Other updates include Yonex's new Lock Booster System - a technology that features tighter spacing between the upper cross strings as well as ridges in the grommet channels to minimize string movement. The result is greater control (and confidence) when attacking the ball. From the baseline the Duel G 330 does not get pushed around. Big hitters who can deploy this racquet's mass will be able to drive the ball powerfully and accurately through the court. Thanks to Yonex’s time-tested Isometric head shape, this racquet’s compact 97in² head feels generous without sacrificing an ounce of precision. At net this stick plays fast for the weight, and there's easy depth to be had on block volleys. Finally, the Duel G 330 remains wonderfully steady when redirecting the pace of big serves. With this update, Yonex has delivered a formidable weapon to advanced players and strong intermediates. With its stable feel, easy targeting and ball-crushing momentum, the VCORE Duel G 97 is a very solid player's racquet.
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Snauwaert Brian Gottfried Wooden Racquet Review
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Yonex EZONE DR 98 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/YonDR98 The EZONE DR 98 updates the EZONE Ai 98. Like its predecessor, this stick is perfect for intermediate and advanced players who want a user-friendly player's racquet with controllable power and great feel. New to this update is Nanometric DR, a highly resilient carbon designed to help the frame snap back and transfer more energy to the ball. At 11.5 ounces, the EZONE DR 98 feels speedy, yet it also manages to play with above average stability for a sub 12 ounce racquet. Thanks in part to its Isometric head shape, this racquet feels decidedly more forgiving on off-center hits than the majority of its peers. It also comes with strategically enlarged grommet holes, a feature that further reduces the shock and vibration of off-center impact. On groundies the EZONE DR 98 feels comfortably firm and very accurate. There's also plenty of spin to be had thanks to the grippy 16x19 string pattern and easy acceleration. Our playtesters were particularly impressed by the stability against higher levels of pace. At net the combination of speed, stability and precision is a recipe for confident volleying. There's also plenty of power to be had on servers for those able to maximize stroke speed. Yonex has made some impressive updates to one of their most user-friendly player's racquets. Intermediate and advanced players looking for a near perfect combination of speed, stability, spin and precision should add this to their demo list.
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TW VLOG #401 - Tennis Strings Explained
Tennis Warehouse helps you figure out what type of tennis string is best for you! We take a look at some of the most popular options on the market and what type of player they are best for. -- http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/ --
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Wilson Champion's Choice 16 String Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Wilson_Champions_Choice_Hybrid_16_String/descpageACWILSON-WCC16.html This Natural Gut and Luxilon ALU Rough hybrid offers the ultimate combination of playability and control. Can be strung with either string in the mains to enhance either durability or playability and is the same as the string set-up used by Roger Federer.
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Tennis: Doubles Return Drill with Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Olympic gold medalist Bethanie Mattek-Sands takes you through some of her favorite on-court drills for both singles and doubles. This drill - called the Down the Line Return Drill - is great for players looking to improve their returns of serve.
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Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph (Roger Federer) Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/WilsonRacsTW Wilson adds another chapter to the legendary Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph - a racquet specially engineered for Roger Federer, the man who helped design it. Although it has the same target specs and outstanding playability as the original RF 97, Wilson and Federer have created an update for the ages. From its sleek black matte finish to the small silhouette of Federer and laser engraved graphics, the RF 97 is Wilson's most scrupulously detailed frame. Even the racquet’s texture has been redesigned to match Federer’s preference - a nuance that makes for easier adjustments as the racquet is spun and repositioned in response to incoming heat. Like its predecessor, this update deploys Wilson’s timeless Pro Staff formula, including a braided graphite layup, headlight balance, thin beam and Perimeter Weighting System. Toss in a thin leather grip and the result is a truly classic feel. Unlike the iconic 6.0 85, this re-engineered Pro Staff has a slightly wider, more angular beam, giving it a decidedly more powerful delivery than most traditional player's racquets. At 12.6 ounces strung, Federer’s Pro Staff gives you massive plow-through and tour level stability, allowing you to redirect heavy pace with impressive ease. Our playtest team noted a high level of precision on full cuts, with some genuine put-away power when the mass was fully deployed. Thanks to its headlight balance (9 points!), the RF 97 feels surprisingly fast for its 12 plus ounces - a feature that will give topspin players the kind of whippy and explosive acceleration that makes for big spin. On volleys, the RF 97 is not only unfazed by heavy pace, but it possesses enough feel to drop the ball on a dime. As one of the of the most finely crafted player's racquets Wilson has built, this heavily anticipated follow- up to the original RF 97 is destined to become an instant classic.
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Tennis: How to Hit a Two Handed Backhand
Check out our tennis tips and how to video so you can learn how to hit a two-handed backhand!
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Yonex EZONE Ai 98 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/YonexAI98 The E-Zone Ai 98 updates the E-Zone Xi 98, Ana Ivanovic's racquet of choice. Like its predecessor, this modern player's racquet can do it all, from consistent grinding to aggressive ball striking. With a stable and comfortable feel on impact, the E-Zone Ai 98 delivers easy access to spin and phenomenal control. There's also some power under the hood thanks to how rapidly this one accelerates. Topspin players will have all the ingredients necessary to hit a heavy ball with this one. With a little weight customization, advanced players will be able to create maximum stability and plow through. However, make no mistake, this racquet is pretty solid considering its very manageable weight. Harsh vibrations are kept to a minimum thanks to the Dual Shut System which builds extra dampening and shock absorption into the grommets and handle. At net this one offers a solid feel against pace with enough feel and responsiveness to drop touch volleys on dime. On serves the open 16x19 string pattern supplies the needed bite for hitting effective slices and kickers. All in all, this well rounded stick is simply a great option for intermediate level players and above.
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Wilson Blade 98 18x20 Countervail Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/Blade98CV18m With this update to the Blade 98 18x20, Wilson not only serves up a very familiar blend of control and feel, but they’ve also given the Blade series the same silky matte finish and minimalist elegance found in the Pro Staff line. Boasting the same target specs as its predecessor, this version of the Blade 98 18x20 is perfect for the player who wants a solid feeling racquet that delivers pinpoint control on big swings. At only 11.3 ounces strung, the Blade 98 18x20 accelerates a little easier than a traditional player’s racquet, but there’s enough mass in the head to give you a meaty swingweight (328 RDC) along with decent stability and plow-through. New to this model is Countervail, a material technology integrated into the Braided Basalt/Graphite layup to dampen impact shock. Wilson also gives this model Parallel Drilling which enables the string bed to absorb more vibration and transfer extra energy to the ball. Taken together these features create a decidedly softer and more muted feel than is found in the rising crop of stiff, modern player’s racquets. From the baseline this racquet’s dense 18x20 string pattern and relatively compact 98 square head will help keep your biggest swings inside the court. As a result you'll have more confidence when going for big pace and heavy spin. There's also more than enough mass in the upper hoop to give your shots some serious sting. At net the response is solid and precise. Our playtesters were impressed with how easy it was to block the ball deep or punch the ball for a winner. The Blade 98 18x20 remains a great option for intermediate and advanced ball strikers who want an extremely solid feeling racquet with great control.
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Tennis: Volley to Volley Drill with Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Improve your tennis game with Bethanie Mattek-Sands, WTA #1 ranked doubles player and Olympic gold medalist. In this drill, she explains a basic reaction volley drill to help you with your net game.
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Tennis: Doubles Net Player Strategy with Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Improve your tennis game with Bethanie Mattek-Sands, WTA #1 ranked doubles player and Olympic gold medalist. These tips are designed to help you be more aggressive at the net and be a better net player in doubles.
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Tennis Overgrips: Everything you need to know! - VLOG #508
Tennis Warehouse's "VLOGman" teaches all about overgrips! What are some of our favorites, when to replace your overgrip and more!
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Volkl C10 Pro Racquet Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage.html?PCODE=C10P12 An updated cosmetic complements the control, feel, and comfort of this popular player's racquet. A favorite among tournament and pro level players who like a flexible feel. 12 ounces, 98 square-inch head.
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Hybrid Tennis Strings Explained - VLOG #491
Chris from Tennis Warehouse explains the benefits of a hybrid string setup in your tennis racquet. Why you may want to try it, what strings to choose, how to orient them and more!
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Babolat VS Touch Natural Gut String Review
http://bit.ly/BabNatGut An iconic natural gut string used by many ATP and WTA Tour pros. This one is premium grade. It possesses an unmatched combination of power, comfort and feel. Maintains playability remarkably well at higher tensions. VS Touch is not only great for top level play, it provides nice power and an expanded sweetspot to beginners with compact strokes. It's also a great option for tendonitis sufferers in search of a softer response. As for hybrids, this is the perfect compliment to stiff polys. Thermogut Technology Finishing increases durability and resistance to humidity, according to Babolat. Now comes with BT7 technology which is a new layering structure, increasing durability by 15%. Offers a slightly firmer feel, but remains the "Gold Standard" for comfort and playability.
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Luxilon Natural Gut String Review
http://bit.ly/LuxNatGut Luxilon takes its pro tour bona fides and applies it to natural gut, the most responsive string material ever made. Composed of uniquely elastic serosa fibers, Luxilon Natural Gut offers phenomenal shock absorption while also remaining wonderfully crisp. The result is a string that protects your arm but still delivers the kind of direct feedback that makes you feel connected to the ball. In contrast to other natural guts, we were impressed by this string's durability. The outstanding tension maintenance means that Luxilon Natural Gut remains playable longer than any synthetic on the market. Given this strings feel, comfort and power, it will pair perfectly with your favorite co-poly. Players looking for maximum comfort, power and tension maintenance should give this string a serious look.
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Babolat AeroPro Drive 2013 (Rafael Nadal) Racquet Review
Buy here: http://bit.ly/AeroPro Rafael Nadal's racquet, the AeroPro Drive offers a truly exceptional blend of maneuverability, stability and all-around playability. Strung weight: 11.3 ounces strung. Headsize: 100 square inches. Standard length. This racquet is available for pre-sale. Due in stock 12/12.
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Yonex Poly Tour Pro String Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Yonex_Poly_Tour_Pro_16_130_Yellow_String/descpageACYONEX-YPTP130.html The Yonex Poly Tour Pro 130 is a softer playing poly string. This one is very, very spin-friendly. Power players will love the control and feel they get from all areas of the court. A solid, durable string that is a great choice for aggressive, big hitting players. As used by Maria Kirilenko
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TW Improve: Dynamic Stretching for Tennis
How to warm up and stretch for tennis! Learn the importance of Dynamic Stretching for tennis as the playtesters show you some of their favorite stretches to do for their warm up before jumping on the court. Dynamic Stretching for Tennis
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Yonex VCORE SV 100 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/TWYonex Yonex updates the VCORE Si 100 with a slightly thicker, more powerful beam and a bundle of spin friendly technologies. Called the VCORE SV 100, this light and user-friendly player's racquet should work very well for a wide range of intermediate and advanced ball strikers. New to this version is SV Frame technology, which combines a flexible carbon material in the upper hoop (Nanometric XT) with a more aerodynamic beam shape in the lower region of the racquet. Taken together, these features are designed to increase both dwell time and rotational torque (see easier spin). For this model Yonex introduces a New Aero Fin system, which features air resistant grooves on the inner and outer part of the upper hoop to enable higher stroke speeds (see easier pace and spin). From the baseline the SV 100 feels solid and comfortable. Spin comes easy, which contributes to this racquet's controllable power. As with so many of the Yonex racquets we’ve hit, this stick feels stable for its weight. At net this racquet’s head light balance and solid feel make for easy volleying. Finally, this stick comes around very fast on service returns to deliver easy targeting. Players looking for speed, spin and precision in a comfortable package should love this light and user-friendly player's racquet.
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Wilson Blade 98 16x19 Countervail Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/Blade98CV16m The Blade 98 16x19 lives on! Although this racquet has the same target specs as the previous generation, Wilson has given it the ultra sleek and silky paint finish found in the Pro Staff series. With its grippy 16x19 string pattern, this racquet will give you bigger power and spin than you'll find with the 18x20 version, but thankfully it still manages to deliver the precision and feel for which the Blade series is known. New to this model is Countervail technology, which uses a special carbon layer to enhance the already impressive dampening provided by the braided Basalt/Graphite layup. The overall result, according to Wilson, is increased arm-protection and less muscle fatigue. Thanks to its Parallel Drilling technology, this racquet’s string bed is better able to absorb vibration and transfer extra energy to the ball. On groundstrokes the Blade 98 16x19 delivers a smooth feel and controllable power. Big swings are rewarded with penetrating depth, and the high spin-potential delivers phenomenal command over the ball’s trajectory and depth. Although this stick boasts a speedy 11.3 ounce weight, there’s enough mass in the head to keep the racquet steady when trading heavy balls or redirecting the pace of a big serve. The solid feel continues at net where the Blade packs enough punch to finish points with a bang. Aggressive servers will find enough precision to target the corners of the box with pace and spin. With incremental updates to the feel and an amazingly sleek black cosmetic, Wilson continues the legacy of this light but solid player’s racquet. A worthy demo for anyone who wants controllable power, great feel and easy access to spin.
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Wilson Six.One 95 18x20 Racquet Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Wilson_SixOne_95_18x20/descpageRCWILSON-619518.html The Six One 95 (18x20) has a remarkably solid feel along with all the predictability and directional control that comes with a dense string pattern. This racquet's considerable plow through makes it ideal for advanced players who want stable handling when the pace goes up. New to this version is Wilson's Parallel Drilling technology which optimizes string movement in key locations to boost comfort and pop. Ultimately though, with its dense string pattern, compact 95 sq.in. head and exceptional feel, this one is all about precision. From the baseline our TW playtesters found the kind of depth & directional control that works as well for consistent grinding as it does for aggressive targeting. Players who can get this racquet's mass moving will find the sorts of power and placement that puts opponents on defense. At net the Six One 95 (18x20) can do it all, from redirecting pace to surgically placed droppers. All in all, this is a great option for any strong player looking for the undeniable precision of a tight string pattern along with a classic feel and enough mass to hang with the big dogs. And to those flat ball hitters looking to get surgical on their biggest strokes, you might want to demo this one ASAP.
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Babolat Pure Aero Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/babpureaero Babolat gives the legendary AeroPro Drive a big makeover, starting with the name. Endorsed by Rafael Nadal, this version is called the Pure Aero and it boasts a more aerodynamic beam along with a higher swingweight. The result is a racquet that trades a little bit of maneuverability for some ball crushing momentum and a welcomed boost in stability, plow-through and comfort. There’s also some serious power to be had for those who can swing this stick fast. Armed with FSI Spin Technology the Pure Aero features wider spacing between the crosses for increased ball bite (see big spin). Babolat has also enlarged some of the grommet holes, allowing the strings to absorb more vibration and snap the ball out of the stringbed with extra RPMs (see even bigger spin). Although this update has a speedy 11.3 ounce static weight, it swings a tad heavier than its predecessor from the backcourt. The added heft not only helps keep the racquet steadier through impact, it also produces a lethal combination of pace and spin on full swings. At net the Pure Aero feels solid, accurate and lively, and it has more than enough put-away power for ending points with authority. Babolat has made some impressive tweaks to one of the game’s iconic player’s racquets. The combination of spin and pop should prove very dangerous in the right hands. The extra plow-through and comfort is a very nice bonus.
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Tennis Racquet Swingweight Explained - VLOG #446
Tennis Warehouse helps you understand Swingweight, an important racquet spec that will help you select the best racquet for your game. We'll explain what Swingweight is, where you can find it on our website and how understanding it will help your game.
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Babolat Pure Strike Tour Racquet Review
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage.html?PCODE=PST The Babolat Pure Strike Tour rewards long, fast strokes with tremendous command over the ball. With its dense string pattern (18x20) this one has the kind of ultra predictable response that enables strong players to swing bigger when more spin is needed. While it does err on the side of control, the Pure Strike Tour definitely supplies power to those who can get its 12 ounces moving. From the baseline this one offers more than enough stability and precision to take the ball early and re-direct pace. The stability comes not only from this racquet's weight, but also from Babolat's Stabilizer Technology which combines a varied beam shape with strategically placed carbon fibers to keep the racquet steadier at impact. At net this racquet is unfazed by heavy pace. Our TW playtesters reported a solid and very accurate response on block volleys with enough mass for punching the ball deep. On serves the Pure Strike Tour offers surgical targeting, a fact that should please aggressive servers who like to work every corner of the box.All in all this is a great option for 4.5+ players looking for exceptional control along with the undeniable stability and pop that comes with a 12 ounce player's stick.
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Improve your tennis: Pros & Cons of Hybrid Strings
#tenniswarehouse #tenniswarehouseimprove #tennisstrings Improve your tennis: Pros & Cons of Hybrid Strings Federer uses them, as do many top ATP and WTA players! We talk all things HYBRID strings -- the good and the bad and everything in between! Have any questions, comment below! And let us know what string questions you have?! Shop Hybrids: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Hybrid_Tennis_String/catpage-HYBRIDS.html ➤Tennis Warehouse: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com// ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://www.tenniswarehouse-europe.com ➤Tennis Only: http://www.tennisonly.com.au ➤YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmgyIibKmFosnm-LyZEB7uQ?sub_confirmation=1 ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tenniswarehouse ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tenniswarehouse/ ➤ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tenniswarehouse ➤ Improve Your Game: http://bit.ly/TWIMPROVE Improve your tennis: Pros & Cons of Hybrid Strings
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Yonex VCORE SV 98 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/YonSV98 Yonex updates the VCORE 98 with a slightly different mold and a host of spin-friendly technologies. Named the VCORE SV 98, this light and speedy player’s racquet is ideal for intermediate and advanced ball strikers. New to this version is the SV Frame design, which combines a flexible carbon material in the upper hoop (Nanometric XT) with a more aerodynamic beam shape in the lower region of the racquet. Taken together, these features are designed to increase both dwell time and rotational torque (see easier spin). For the SV racquet line Yonex introduces its New Aero Fin system, which features air resistant grooves on the inner and outer part of the upper hoop to enable higher stroke speeds (see easier pace and spin). On groundstrokes this stick is weighted to move fast while still providing a decent level of stability. Factor in the Isometric head shape and the result is a roomier, more generous feel than is typically found with a conventional 98 square inch head. Players who like to attack the ball and force the action will have the needed control for driving the ball powerfully through the court. The relatively open 16x20 string pattern and speedy feel deliver easy access to spin/ The head light balance is also ideal for those who like to move forward and react quickly at net. Like the previous generation of VCORE Si racquets, the SV line delivers the same fast handling and crisp precision. Players looking for a speedy player’s racquet with great spin potential and controllable power should give the SV 98 a test drive.
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Head Graphene XT Prestige Pro Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/XTPresPro The Prestige Pro is a livelier, more modern variant of the classic Prestige MP. With its open 16x19 string pattern and slightly thicker, more angular beam, this stick combines a powerful and spin-friendly response with the surgical precision for which the Prestige franchise is known. Like earlier versions of the Prestige Pro, this update has a fairly high swingweight (331 RDC), giving it impressive plow-through and stability for a sub-12 ounce racquet. The head light balance keeps the Pro whippy - a fact that should help aggressive players crank up the stroke speed in the service of pace and spin. Thanks to the latest generation of Graphene (Graphene XT), this stick comes with even more mass in the tip, making it easier to create a heavier ball on full cuts. The Prestige Pro also features Head’s Dynamic String Pattern featuring denser string spacing in the center (for control) with wider spacing off-center for comfort. From the baseline the Prestige Pro offers a lively yet precise response. Big swings find their target without much fuss. Experienced ball strikers will find the needed mass to drive the ball through the court, and the high level of control should enable some very ambitious targeting. On volleys this stick offers a nice compromise between speed and stability, with plenty of put-away power for finishing points. Finally, the easy targeting should prove dangerous in the hands of aggressive servers. Head has added another impressive chapter to the Prestige Pro. Intermediate and advanced players looking for a lively and spin friendly player’s racquet should give this one a serious look.
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Head Graphene XT Radical Pro (Andy Murray) Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/HeadXTRadPro The heaviest member of the Radical family gets updated with the next generation of Graphene - an ultra light material used in the throat so that weight can be redistributed to the grip and tip. The result is a fast swinging racquet that delivers even easier access to power than its predecessor. Ideally suited to intermediate and advanced players, the Radical Pro accelerates with impressive speed considering its meaty swingweight (332 RDC). Like its predecessor, this version comes with Head's Dynamic 16x19 String Pattern giving it tighter center mains for a slight boost in directional control - a feature that comes in handy when cranking up the head speed and selecting ambitious targets. From the baseline this stick feels firm and decidedly more lively than the Radicals of old. Aggressive ball strikers should have no problem hitting heavy, spin loaded balls with this one. According to our playtesters, the Radical Pro truly shines on serves where the spin, pop and precision allow for some very confident targeting. Our team was also impressed with this stick's speed and pop on service returns. Volleying is another area where the Radical Pro shines, making this a great stick for all-court singles or doubles. Offering a nice balance between power and control, the Radical Pro manages to put some heft behind the ball without sacrificing an ounce of speed. This versatile racquet should work quite well for a variety of players,
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Babolat Pure Strike 18x20 Racquet Review
http://bit.ly/PS18x20 With this update to the Pure Strike 18x20, Babolat adds a little more power, spin and stability to one of their great control racquets. Boasting a dense 18x20 string pattern, this racquet not only has amazing feel, but it will provide you with phenomenal command over the ball’s depth and trajectory. Weighing only 11.4 ounces, the Pure Strike 18x20 is not only suitable to intermediates, but it should also work well for advanced level players who want a maneuverable player’s racquet. In addition to its square & elliptical Hybrid Frame Construction, the Pure Strike 18x20 gets updated with Babolat’s new FSI Power Technology, which widens the spacing between the upper crosses for a livelier, more spin-friendly response. In contrast to the 2014 version, Babolat has thickened the beam in parts of the shaft and head to enhance power and stability. From the baseline the Pure Strike 18x20 feels fast and solid. It rewards full swings with great control - a fact that should encourage some very aggressive targeting. You'll also discover just enough mass to drive the ball powerfully through the court. At net this stick feels solid against pace, but it also comes around fast when the pressure is on. Aggressive servers who like hitting flat missiles will be able to do some damage with this one. All in all Babolat has produced a fine update to the Pure Strike 18x20. This is a must hit for intermediate and advanced players looking for a great feeling player's racquet with excellent control.
Views: 86054 Tennis Warehouse

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