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 endorsed by, no sponsored by, ...
If you've read our reviews on tennis sensors, you'll know that we place a high value on video (media) functionality and the ability to drill down to shots, spin etc. In our wish-list of sensor outputs, it ranks just behind data accuracy.
Sony have announced they have improved their media functionality by providing users with side by side viewing. This ...
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 ...
The second serve
is the bug-bear of many a recreational and club player. Most go hard at the first serve
and then slow the racquet down to keep the second ball in play. The other method is to put the same serve
down first and second time around. That's nice in theory, but you generally won't develop much "pop" on your first ball. Your opponent is also ...