RSSArchive for February, 2010

Types of String Used by Inspired Tennis Clients

Tweet Please excuse the “shaking” of this video.  My ten year old daughter graciously offered to film me, and apparently her hands weren’t too steady.  Perhaps you can close your eyes and just listen.  Bear with me, I’ll get a nice tri-pod soon. Thanks for checking in. DH

74 Court Tennis Complex

Tweet In three or four years, Rome, GA could be home to the United State’s largest tennis complex…  a 74 court mega complex.  This news was announced a couple of months ago, so I am a little late to the party reporting it now, but better late than never, right?  In case you haven’t heard […]

Custom-Printed Tennis Balls

Tweet Having never played Division I college tennis, I don’t know if having custom-printed tennis balls is common practice for college tennis teams, but I do know it is pretty cool. The Wright State University (my alma mater) men’s and women’s tennis teams practice at the tennis club where I am a member – South […]

Luxilon Adenaline In The House

Tweet I picked up a set of Luxilon Adrenaline late last week.  Here is a brief video about it… Thanks for checking in. DH

Client Spotlight: Namchi Le

Tweet Wife, mother of three, emergency room doctor, and tennis player…   All descriptions of Inspired Tennis client, Namchi Le. Growing up on the outdoor hard courts of Southern California, Namchi and her siblings spent numerous hours playing tennis with each other, and these practice sessions of her youth translated into her being an excellent player […]

USTA Ratings Shake Up for 2010 Season

Tweet After a highly successful 2009 USTA season at the 3.5 NTRP Level, I was bumped to 4.0 for 2010.  I posted a singles record of 7-2 in my 3.5 league and even had a singles win at 4.0 as well.  I am proud of my 2009 results and am proud to get bumped up […]

Video: How to Properly Cut Out Broken Tennis Strings

Tweet Check out this brief video that explains why to cut out broken strings as soon as possible and how to properly cut out broken strings. Thanks for checking in. DH

A New Look for Luxilon

Tweet Even though Luxilon has been (and still remains) the #1 string on the pro tour (and by #1, I mean the most used), its previous retail packaging had to rank near the bottom of the pack in terms of aesthetics.  While other major string brands have highly-professional packaging, Luxilon’s packaging was just plain ugly.  […]