If you're new to applying overgrips to your racket, you might be wondering which side of the overgrip you should use. The quick answer: For most overgrips, the side with the plastic covering strip should be on the outside. However, some overgrips … [Continue reading] about Which Side of the Overgrip Should I Use?
In the modern game of tennis, spin is a crucial element. The pros hit with enormous amounts of spin (Nadal's forehand averages around 3200 RPM), and if you want to improve your game, you need to hit with a lot of spin. The biggest impact on spin … [Continue reading] about The Best Tennis Strings for Spin (2020 Buyer’s Guide)
If you use a lot of balls when playing tennis, either as a coach of when you're training on your own, a tennis ball hopper can be a huge convenience. Tennis ball hoppers can help you quickly collect the balls, and then give you easy access to the … [Continue reading] about The Best Tennis Ball Hoppers for 2020 (Reviews & Buyer’s Guide)
Tiebreak rules are perhaps the most complicated rules of tennis. And there are a few extra things to consider when it's a doubles match. Below, I have outlined how a doubles tiebreak should be played, (hopefully) including every scenario you might … [Continue reading] about Tennis Tiebreak Rules for Doubles
Playing tennis when you have sweaty hands can be problematic to say the least. The racket slips in your hand, you can't get a good grip, you end up missing shots you know you should make, and it can even make your confidence drop. Using the right … [Continue reading] about The Best Tennis Overgrips for Sweaty Hands