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Tennis: How to Serve
 
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➤Tennis Warehouse: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Tennis Only: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly Tips and instructions on how to hit a serve from Tennis Warehouse, your #1 place for tennis gear on the internet! ➤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
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How to Pick A Tennis Racquet
 
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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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How to Change Overgrip
 
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More info here: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/LC/Regripping.html
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How to Pick a Tennis Racquet -- Racquet Terms & Specs Explained
 
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➤Learn More: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/LC/SelectingRacquet.html Whether you're buying your first racquet or upgrading from your current racquet, choosing the right racquet can seem daunting. To make this process a little easier, here’s a primer on racquet characteristics and how they affect performance. ➤Tennis Warehouse: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Tennis Only: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly ➤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 #tenniswarehouse #whichracquetforme #besttennisracquet
Views: 57758 Tennis Warehouse
Babolat RPM Blast vs. Luxilon ALU Power String Comparison
 
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Tennis Warehouse puts Babolat RPM Blast 17g and Luxilon ALU Power 16L up against each other in a tennis string comparison!
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Luxilon ALU Power String Review
 
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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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TW VLOG #401 - Tennis Strings Explained
 
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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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How a Tennis Racquet is Made
 
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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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Solinco Hyper-G String Review
 
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http://bit.ly/Hyper-G Solinco Hyper-G is a square shaped co-poly with an impressive combination of spin and precision. Developed for an ATP top 50 player, this medium firm string will allow big hitters to take massive cuts at the ball without having to worry about overhitting. Topspin players who like hitting balls that dive sharply and explode off the court should love this string.
Views: 64193 Tennis Warehouse
Solinco Hyper-G vs. Tour Bite String Comparison
 
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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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How to String a Tennis Racquet
 
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➤Shop US: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Shop EUR: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Shop AUS: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly Step-by-step instructions for stringing a tennis racquet from start to finish! ➤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 #tenniswarehouse #howtostring #tennisstring
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Wilson Pro Staff 97 Racquet Review
 
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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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Babolat VS Touch Natural Gut String Review
 
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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.
Views: 33786 Tennis Warehouse
Yonex EZONE DR 98 Racquet Review
 
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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.
Views: 231999 Tennis Warehouse
Babolat RPM Blast v. Volkl Cyclone String Comparison
 
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Tennis Warehouse breaks down the differences between Babolat RPM Blast and Volkl Cyclone. Find out which one is more powerful, more spin-friendly, more comfortable and which one is our favorite overall!
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Wilson Champion's Choice 16 String Review
 
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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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Wilson Burn FST 95 Racquet Review
 
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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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Wilson Blade 98 18x20 Countervail Racquet Review
 
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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.
Views: 126754 Tennis Warehouse
Hybrid Tennis Strings Explained - VLOG #491
 
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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 Pure Drive Tennis Racquet Review (2018)
 
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➤Shop US: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-BPD1H.html ➤Shop EUR: https://www.tenniswarehouse-europe.com/descpage-BPD1H.html ➤Shop AUS: https://www.tennisonly.com.au/descpage-BPD1H.html One of the most popular and versatile racquets ever made. With a noticeable boost in power and spin potential, this racquet provides better dampening, more comfort and a decidedly more muted feel than past versions of the Pure Drive. ➤Tennis Warehouse: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Tennis Only: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly ➤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 #tenniswarehouse #babolattennis #puredrive
Views: 250386 Tennis Warehouse
FDL Finals
 
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Finals of the FDL League! Andy and Spencer vs. Chris and Granville Andy and Spencer won it 8-3
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Wilson Six.One 95 S Racquet Review
 
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http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage.html?PCODE=61S Wilson adds some speed and spin to the incredible feel and precision for which the Six.One 95 racquets are known. Boasting Spin Effect Technology, the Six.One 95S comes loaded with an open 18x16 string pattern. The result is a stringbed which grips the ball very effectively before snapping it out with effective spin and pinpoint accuracy. From the baseline our TW playtesters noted a comfortably crisp response with enough pop and maneuverability to shift seamlessly from defense to offense. With its unique string pattern we felt very much in control of the ball's trajectory and depth, giving us the confidence to swing bigger when more pace and spin were needed. At net this racquet is speedy enough for fast exchanges, while also having impressive stability for its sub 12 ounce weight. There's also plenty of feel for dropping the ball short. All in all the Six.One 95S offers a wonderful middle ground for the intermediate or advanced player who wants a fast feeling and very playable spin machine but could also use some of the control and predictability that comes with an 18 main string pattern.
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Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Racquet Review
 
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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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Babolat Pure Aero Racquet Review
 
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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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Babolat Pure Strike 16x19 (Project One7) Racquet Review
 
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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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Wilson Blade 98 16x19 Countervail Racquet Review
 
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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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14 Essential Items To Keep In Your Tennis Bag
 
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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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Tennis Playing Styles Explained!
 
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Tennis Playing Styles Explained! Confused with what type of player you are? Or just want to learn about other playing styles? We explain the 4 main tennis styles you will see out there on the court: aggressive baseliner, counter puncher, all-court player and serve and volleyer Improve your Game: http://bit.ly/2IpSXfR ➤Tennis Warehouse: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Tennis Only: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly ➤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 Tennis Playing Styles Explained!
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Tennis Overgrips: Everything you need to know! - VLOG #508
 
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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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How To Pre-Stretch Tennis String
 
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Tennis Warehouse shows you a few methods you can use to pre-stretch your tennis string, and also why pre-stretching is a good idea.
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Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph (Roger Federer) Racquet Review
 
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➤Shop US: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-PSRF97.html ➤Shop EUR: https://www.tenniswarehouse-europe.com/descpage-PSRF97.html ➤Shop AUS: https://www.tennisonly.com.au/descpage-PSRF97.html 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. ➤Tennis Warehouse: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Tennis Only: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly ➤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 #tenniswarehouse #wilsontennis #federer
Views: 386700 Tennis Warehouse
Yonex VCORE Duel G 97 (330g) Racquet Review
 
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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.
Views: 96335 Tennis Warehouse
Snauwaert Brian Gottfried Wooden Racquet Review
 
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Yonex VCORE Pro 97 (310) Racquet Review
 
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Yonex VCORE Pro 97 (310) Racquet Review Updated for 2018, this racquet offers great control and outstanding feedback at ball impact. At 11.5 ounces strung, this racquet is not only suitable for intermediate players, but it should also appeal to the advanced player who wants quick handling without having to trade away too much stability. From the baseline, it feels crisp and accurate, and the updated 16x19 string pattern gives it plenty of spin. ➤ Yonex VCORE Pro 97 (310): http://bit.ly/2oz3mwo ➤ Yonex VCORE Pro 97 (330) Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqwZlIW0JDY ➤ More Yonex VCORE Racquets: http://bit.ly/2CmZ6cn ➤ Mark's racquet of choice: http://bit.ly/2BW3aiK ➤ Hannah's racquet of choice: http://bit.ly/2ot2c6d ➤ Sean's racquet of choice: http://bit.ly/2oCdofU ➤ Chris' racquet of choice: http://bit.ly/2F7HxhD ➤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 Yonex VCORE Pro 97 (310) Racquet Review
Views: 90646 Tennis Warehouse
Tennis: Volley to Volley Drill with Bethanie Mattek-Sands
 
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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.
Views: 48060 Tennis Warehouse
TW IMPROVE: Top 5 Powerful Racquets 2018
 
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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 Strike 18x20 Racquet Review
 
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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.
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Tennis Tip: How to Install a Replacement Grip
 
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#tenniswarehouse #replacementgrip #tennistip Need to replace that dingy grip on your favorite racquet?! We show you how in this easy step by step video! Any questions, let us know! Shop Racquet Accessories: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/replacegrips.html ➤Tennis Warehouse: http://bit.ly/TennisWareh ➤Tennis Warehouse Europe: http://bit.ly/TWEurope ➤Tennis Only: http://bit.ly/TennisOnly ➤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 Tennis Tip: How to a Replacement Grip
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TW VLOG #437 - Polyester Tennis Strings Explained
 
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Tennis Warehouse discusses the topic of polyester tennis strings! How did they become popular, what benefits do they offer and are they right for your game?? Watch and find out!
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Head Graphene XT Prestige Pro Racquet Review
 
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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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Tennis Racquet Stability Explained - VLOG #477
 
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Tennis Warehouse offers up a brief explanation of racquet stability. What makes a racquet stable? How can you give your racquet more solid feel? Watch and learn!
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Tennis Racquet Swingweight Explained - VLOG #446
 
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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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Kirschbaum Black Shark String Review
 
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http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Kirschbaum_Spiky_Black_Shark_16_130_String/descpageACKIRSCH-SHARK16BK.html http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Kirschbaum_Spiky_Black_Shark_17_125_String/descpageACKIRSCH-SHARK17BK.html Armed with eight sharp edges, this shark has some serious bite, especially in this thinner gauge. The crisp and very predictable response will give big hitters exceptional control on faster swings. Players who like hitting heavy topspin, penetrating slices and big kickers need look no further. It offers superior ball pocketing with a comfortably firm finish. As with most Kirschbaum polys, this one is pre-stretched for longer lasting playability.
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Wilson Blade 98 18x20 (2015) Racquet Review
 
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http://bit.ly/Blade98 With this update to the Blade 98 (18x20), Wilson gives intermediate and advanced players an even better combination of control and feel. Thanks to its unique Braided Graphite/Basalt layup, the hoop of the Blade 98 is able to flex more at impact. The result is enhanced ball pocketing with the kind of classic feel that rewards big swings with exceptional control. Wilson adds their Parallel Drilling technology to this update, a feature that expands the sweetspot and adds a little extra pop to the dense 18x20 string pattern. There's also an impressive level of stability considering its 11.3 ounce weight. As with the previous Blade 98, Wilson uses Amplifeel technology in the handle to further enhance feel and comfort. From the baseline this racquet's control makes it easy to select ambitious targets and drive the ball confidently through the court. At net the combination of stability, precision and feel allows the player to shift seamlessly from soft droppers to penetrating punches. All in all this a very solid addition to the Blade franchise. Aggressive players looking for a little extra control along with great feel are urged to give this one a serious look.
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Yonex VCORE SV 95 Racquet Review
 
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http://bit.ly/TWYonex After skipping a few generations, the 95 square inch model returns to the VCORE franchise. Named the VCORE SV 95, this racquet is perfect for the intermediate or advanced ball striker who wants the undeniable feel and precision of a compact head size. With this iteration of the VCORE racquet line Yonex introduces SV Frame technology, which combines a more flexible carbon material (Nanometric XT) with a more aerodynamic beam shape. The result, according to Yonex, is a Spin Vortex, which can be measured in both increased dwell time and rotational torque (two features that help with spin). Additional technologies include Yonex's New Aero Fin system, which uses strategically placed grooves to cut wind resistance (so that you can swing faster). On groundstrokes, in addition to the control, this racquet offers a surprising combination of maneuverability and power for a small headed player's racquet. And let's not forget about Yonex's Isometric head shape, which seems to make any stringbed feel bigger (and more comfortable) without sacrificing an ounce of control. In the front court this racquet’s compact 95 square inch head provides a recipe for crisp and precise volleys, and the sub 12 ounce weight will definitely help on fast exchanges. Finally, as with most compact midplus racquets form Yonex, the SV 95 provides the perfect mix of precision, pop and spin on serves to force some weak replies. All in all this is another very solid offering from Yonex, a company that should have a patent on user-friendly player’s racquets with great feel. The SV 95 is a must demo for intermediate and advanced balls strikers who want a surgical weapon in a maneuverable package.
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Yonex VCORE SV 98 Racquet Review
 
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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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Volkl C10 Pro Racquet Review
 
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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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How to pick a tennis string -- VLOG #557
 
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Have you always wondered what string you should be using?! Chris goes over some of our more popular strings so you can learn what each offers and which one is best for you and your game! Any questions, leave a comment below!
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Prince Phantom Pro 100P Racquet Review
 
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http://bit.ly/2EcVzvB Introducing the classic, box-beam version of the Phantom 100. Called the Prince Phantom Pro 100P, this stick delivers a classic feel, impressive stability and surgical targeting. It also packs enough mass to feel stable against big hitters. With its thin and flexible box beam, the Prince Phantom Pro 100P provides a soft and buttery flex at impact - a nice departure from the stiff and brassy feel of most modern player's racquets. The Phantom Pro 100P also comes with a CTS Beam, which goes from a thin 16mm in the shaft (for feel) to a thicker 20mm in the head (for power). This racquet also features Textreme, a material technology that boosts flexibility and stability. On groundstrokes the Phantom 100P not only feels solid when trading heavy balls with big hitters, but it rewards full swings with a rare combination of power and precision. In addition to its arm-friendly flex, this racquet packs an open 16x18 string pattern. The upshot is easy spin combined with a higher launch angle for greater depth. At net, block volleys feel solid, powerful and accurate, with plenty of touch for dropping the ball short or working the ball into tight spaces. Aggressive servers who can get this racquet moving fast will find enough spin and precision to force some weak replies. All in all, Prince has delivered an impressive player's racquet with a "best of class" combination of precision and feel. This is a must demo for strong intermediates and advanced players looking for an arm-friendly racquet with seductive levels of accuracy across all stroke speeds.
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Head Hawk String Review
 
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http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Head_Hawk_17_Strings/descpageACHEAD-HAWK17.html Head Hawk is a firm, low-powered monofilament that rewards long, fast strokes with expceptional precision. This string benefits from a unique manufacturing process along with special chemical additives which give it above average touch and comfort for a firm control string. Our TW playtesters reported incredible bite and massive spin from this string. Needless to say, players who hit with heavy topspin should love this one.
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