Shotgun 15 — TW Tournament!

You guys asked for it, and we answered!

You guys have been asking to see more competition between the playtesters, and that’s just what we did last week! We enjoyed a little friendly competition between the playtesters and created a tournament that we called Shotgun 15!
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Keeping Up with the Playtesters…round 3!

This week I wanted to know what items the playtesters have been favoring over the summer months. If you have a question you want answered by the playtesters, be sure to email us and let us know what you would ask the playtesters! (feedbacktw@tennis-warehouse.com)

TW Playtester Favorites - Summer Edition

Check out what our TW Playtesters had to say when asked,

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How to get ready for a tennis tournament

Become a champion like Andy Murray by following our 4 important steps for preparing for a tournament!  Photo courtesy of Cynthia Lum.

Become a champion like Andy Murray by following our 4 important steps for preparing for a tournament! Photo courtesy of Cynthia Lum.

Summer usually means good weather and more tennis tournaments! I’ve been competing my fair share this summer, and as I get ready for my next tournament, I want to share with you a few of the most important things to focus on when getting ready for a competition. If you do these things, you’ll give yourself the best chance to perform at your highest level and have the most fun when you hit the courts…

1. Practice

The first and seemingly most obvious aspect of preparing for a tournament is practicing beforehand. Make sure to get plenty of high-quality hitting sessions with many different styles of players, because you never know what type of player you’ll face in the tournament. You could face all kinds of opponents that may be awkward to play (lefties, pushers, serve and volleyers, etc.), and you want to know how to handle each and every one of them. If you vary up your practice partners, you’ll naturally learn to adapt to different styles of play.

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