We’ve tested and reviewed the 4 main tennis sensors available on the market today. Whenever an App or device updated, we’ll update our reviews and add it to our News section. We are also undertaking reviews of other apps and devices available for tennis players. These will be logged here and on our Facebook page.

Tennis Sensor Reviews

  • Head Tennis Sensor – Game Changing Mount. How About the Analytics? - The new Head Tennis Sensor arrived on retail shelves a few days ago, amid very little fanfare it must be said. The sensor is “powered by Zepp”, which rings a few alarm bells based on our testing. We’ve been testing the Head Tennis Sensor for the last couple of months. The companion app was clunky […]
  • Zepp 2 Video – Review of Video Functionality - In Part 1 of our review of the new Zepp 2 Tennis Sensor we delved into the on-court and app experience. In Part 2, we’re still looking through the app but looking specifically at the new video functionality. For those familiar with Zepp 1, 3D Man was as “video” as it got. Zepp 2 has two […]
  • Zepp 2 Tennis Sensor Zepp 2 Tennis Sensor – Any Improvement on the First Zepp? Part 1 - The Zepp 2 Tennis Sensor hit retail shelves a couple of months back.We were hesitant to test it based on our review of Zepp’s first foray into tennis racket sensors. More than that, in our article last month we revealed the new Head sensor, which is powered by Zepp. Whether they’re the same or similar […]
  • Babolat Play – Review of The Sensor Built-In to the Racket - Babolat Play is the only tennis sensor that’s built in to the racket. Rather than going down the path of compatibility with the Sony Smart Sensor, Babolat went for a sensor that’s already there, embedded in the handle. We play tested the Babolat Pure Drive model. For the record, the Babolat Play racket felt exactly the […]

Other Reviews & Gadgets

  • The Qlipp’s Accuracy – Any Improvement? - It’s been a while since our original Qlipp v Sony accuracy hit session. In early September, the Qlipp developers released a new update which, among other things, was supposed to improve the serving algorithm. The Qlipp’s accuracy was called into question during our last test, with only 69 out of 100 shots correct. Sony, on the […]
  • Qlipp v Sony – Are Tennis Sensors Accurate? - Tennis sensors are a relatively new addition to tennis. The Qlipp Sensor is the latest to hit the market while the Sony Smart Sensor has been around a little longer. We decided to get a handle on whether the output from these devices is accurate. Why Qlipp and Sony and not the Others? Two simple answers: Session […]
  • Latest Tennis Sensor and Gadget news plus the coach's opinion Tennis Sensor Comparison Table – How They Stack Up - The GT Sensor Comparison Table lists the four main tennis sensors available on the market today: Sony Smart Tennis Sensor, Zepp, Qlipp and the Baolat Play racket. All have been independently tested by tennis players, both juniors and adults, as well as by coaches. It should be noted from the outset that Gadget Tennis is not […]
  • Tennis gadget market heating up in 2017 Sensor Accuracy Challenge Part 1 – Groundstrokes, Volleys and Serves - 4 Sensors, 1 accuracy challenge. We strapped, clicked and fiddled our sensors into a few rackets. We changed the player a few times and threw a few juniors into the mix. Why? To see if we can get some sort of handle on the accuracy of the products available in a fairly young product market – tennis […]