Over a year ago GT wrote about Smart Dampener by Courtmatics. The Smart Dampener was due for release late last year but the trail went cold. It's taken a while (over a year in fact) but the Smart Dampener is about to become a reality. Pre-sale of the product is now scheduled for late November and shipping of the first batch in February, 2018.
We should ...
There are some who would argue that volleys
are becoming lost to the game of tennis. While one has to agree that the modern game has less volleying than 20 years ago or more, it's still an integral part of learning the game.
When I was a junior, volleying was the easiest part of the game to learn. It was a two step process. Abbreviated backswing, ...
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, ...
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 ...