Volley Tips

Attacking The Second Serve Tennis Strategy

Tennis Strategy - Attacking the Second Serve   One of the amazing things about tennis strategy is that you don’t have to win the point for a certain tactic to pay off. This obviously sounds counter-intuitive, but with tactics like attacking the second...

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Wilson Revolve String Review

With great control, and lots of spin for big-hitting, big swinging, aggressive players, Wilson Revolve is a solid option for advanced players and experienced intermediates. This co-poly is designed to get you ripping over the ball and generating lots of...

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The Serve Plus One Tactic

The Serve Plus One   If you’ve ever watched Rafael Nadal on the TV then it’s likely you’ve heard the serve plus one mentioned. That’s because Nadal is simply unbelievable at it. The serve plus one is a tennis tactic where you view the serve and the first...

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Wilson Clash 100 Racket Review

Wilson Clash 100 Specs   Head Size:    100 in² / 645 cm² Length:    27in / 68,5cm Strung Weight:    312g / 11oz Unstrung Weight:    295g/10,4oz Balance:    31,98cm / 7 pts HL Swingweight:    312 String Pattern:    16 Mains / 19 Crosses   Our Review   We’ve...

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Wilson NXT String Review

During a two week playtest, it became very clear to us why Wilson NXT is such a popular string. This multifilament offers something for every level of player and every style of player, allowing it to cater to a broad spectrum. If you’re looking for...

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Solinco Tour Bite Soft Review

Solinco Tour Bite Soft is a spin-friendly, comfortable co-poly that’s bound to be a breath of fresh air for anyone seeking comfort and spin without compromising too much on control.  Tour Bite Soft offers its users a more comfortable version of the popular Solinco...

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Tennis Rackets

The tennis racket - the crown jewel of your tennis equipment and your partner in your eternal quest for improvements. We lift our tennis rackets aloft when we win and we throw them to the floor when we’re frustrated (although we’re immediately repentant...

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Does Tennis Need Big Rule Changes?

It’s a constant question in life, do things stay the same or do they adapt and change with the times? Some might say the old things are the best things, others might say adapt or die. Personally, I’d say I lean towards the second group of people, but when...

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Tecnifibre NRG2 16 String Review

So far, we haven’t written many multifilament string reviews, but here we have, Tecnifibre NRG2. I’m (Will) not really great at playing with multifilament strings because I’m a bit of a control freak (on the court) and I like something that gives me a bit of spin. The...

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Head Tour Tennis Ball Review

The Head Tour ball is one of the most popular tennis balls in the amateur and professional game, alike – and for good reason too! There’s nothing worse in tennis than your equipment letting you down. This could be from being too lazy to get your racket...

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Luxilon 4G Review

We’re always looking for the perfect balance for our rackets, and your string is one of the most important aspects of this. Often when it comes to string setup we have to sacrifice one quality for another, but that doesn’t stop us looking for the holy grail of...

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Head Graphene 360+ Gravity MP Racket Review

Racket Specs   Head Size:    100 in² / 645 cm² Length:    27in / 68,5cm Strung Weight:    312g / 11oz Unstrung Weight:    295g/10,4oz Balance:    33,48cm / 3 pts HL Swingweight:    323 String Pattern:    16 Mains / 20 Crosses   Our Review   The Head Graphene 360+...

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Luxilon Element String Review

There have been so many wonderful new rackets out recently that I’ve not managed to get too many string reviews in of late. However, the perfect racket is nothing without the right string, so the string reviews are back and we’ve got a great one for you with Luxilon...

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Head RIP Control String Review

We tend to think that if you want top levels of control then you should look at a poly string, but there are multifilament strings out there offering great control, and Head RIP Control is one of them. Although the Head RIP Control doesn’t offer quite the control of a...

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Dominic Thiem Racket and Strings

Which racket and string setup does Dominic Thiem use? We hear you ask! Before we tell you though, ask yourself why you want to know… Even amongst professional players, there is an enormous variety in choices of racket and string tension alike. I would even...

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Head XtremeSoft Overgrip Review

The Head XtremeSoft Overgrips offer players who love a thin, soft grip an excellent alternative to classics like the Wilson Pro Overgrip. While those players who don’t suffer too much from sweaty hands might find this to be the ideal grip, I would offer a word of...

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Wilson Ultra 100L Racket Review

The Wilson Ultra rackets are quite an understated range, but I have to say, they are one of my favorites. That’s because they do everything well. They don’t lean too much towards any one characteristic, but they do give you good all-round performance. This time we...

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Head Hawk String Review

If you’re looking for a low powered, durable string then you’ve come to the right place. Head Hawk string offers the classic combination of control and spin that poly string users will be familiar with. However, if it’s power you’re after, you certainly won’t find it...

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Pacific Poly Power Pro Review

From what I’ve heard, the Pacific Poly Power Pro 16L is right up there with some of the most durable strings out there. As someone who’s not a fan of constantly getting their rackets restrung, this means this poly from German string company Pacific should be right up...

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Babolat Pro Tour Overgrip Review

I figured it was time to match my Babolat racket up with a Babolat grip and give the Babolat Pro Tour Overgrip a runout. I’ve used these grips a bit in the past and generally found they were a bit like the Wilson Pro Overgrip without being quite as good as the Wilson...

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Volkl V-Feel V1 Pro Racket Review

Today I returned to the racket company of my youth as I tried out the Volkl V-Feel V1 Pro. I must say, I’m a big fan of some of Volkls more “old school” rackets, but I find their modern ones to be quite hit or miss. The V1 Pro looks like it’s a racket that might suit...

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How To Approach Pressure Points in Tennis

Pressure. It can proceed some of our greatest moments and it can also leave us ruined. Sometimes it makes us feel like the world is about to collapse on us, sometimes it makes us feel as if we can fly. Some of us deal with it better than others. But I can assure you,...

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