I've always loved viewing statistics graphically. Be it for tennis, business or a stock price, graphs make a lot more sense than numbers on a screen. That's because they tell more of a story than a list of numbers.
When it comes to junior tennis players, pure numbers on a screen make even less sense. What makes a lot more sense is producing those same ...
Have you ever wanted to show your junior the stats from a particular score in the match they just played? Have you ever watched your junior lose a match from a winning position? Perhaps they won the first set and had 3-0 in the second and went on to lose? Or perhaps the reverse?
The problem with tennis stats is that they tend to show the stats of an ...
The four tennis sensors (Sony, Qlipp, Zepp and Babolat Play) have rather different outputs for "Speed". So, as a player and/or coach, is racket speed more valuable or more important than ball speed, or vice versa?
It should be stated at the outset that all you will ever get from Zepp and Babolat Play are session or overall averages. Neither provides ...
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.
To see if we can get some sort of handle on the accuracy of the products available in a fairly young product market - tennis sensors.
Our starting point is the the simplest ...