Looking to bring out your wild side on the tennis court? Now you can with Sequen’s Safari Collection of vibration dampeners. Choose between several different animal prints like tiger, leopard (in pink too!), giraffe, and a zebra to add some funky style to your racquet. Not only do they look stylish but also reduce shock and vibrations.
Whether you’re just starting out in this wonderful sport or if you’re a touring pro, these are the moments we should all cherish as tennis players. In no particular order:
Hitting a target set up during serve practice
It could be a cone. It could be a pyramid of tennis balls. It could be your bag, but my personal favorite is just an empty tennis ball can. You know the feeling: you’re out there, hitting an entire basket of balls at one or two spots in the service box. Some shots come so close you want to just call it good, but then, finally, you hit a clean serve and *pop*, the can explodes into the air! Practice session complete.
Let’s face it, you treat your tennis bag kind of like a mobile locker. Lots of things get thrown in there only to be lost forever. But there are some items that you should really clear some room for. Along with used tennis balls, most tennis players will have the standard equipment in their bags: extra strings, overgrips, dampeners, and a towel. Here are 5 things that you probably don’t have in your bag, but should.