RSSArchive for January, 2011

Two More Wins

Tweet Two other Inspired Tennis clients, Keith Neargarder and Dave Cordrey, started the 2011 USTA Season with wins in the Dayton, Ohio Men’s 4.0 league. At #2 singles, Keith edged out his opponent in the super-tiebreaker – taking home a 7-5, 5-7, 1-0 victory and thus taking his record to 1-0. Keith use a Wilson […]

Inspired Tennis Client Nick Ciapetta 2-0

Tweet With the 2011 USTA Season only a couple of weeks old, Inspired Tennis client Nick Ciapetta is off to a great start. In the first two weeks of the season, Nick posted two solid, straight set victories at #2 singles in the Dayton, Ohio Men’s 4.5 league. Nick went undefeated in the Dayton, Ohio […]

Selecting Tennis Strings

Tweet There is a misconception among some players that certain types of strings should be used with certain types of racquets. I don’t subscribe to this belief. Watch this video to learn about the factors that should be considered when selecting tennis strings. Thanks for checking in. DH

Welcome New Clients: Mike Mossbarger and Nelson Varnell

Tweet Inspired Tennis welcomes two new clients, Mike Mossbarger and Nelson Varnell. I am thrilled you both chose Inspired Tennis for your racquet stringing needs. Your business is very much appreciated. Thanks for checking in. DH

Congrats Joe Hanna and Nick Ciapetta

Tweet Inspired Tennis clients, Joe Hanna and Nick Ciapetta, were both “bumped” from 4.0 to 4.5 for the upcoming 2011 USTA Season. Last year, Joe compiled a record of 4-1 (3 wins at #1 singles and 1 win at #2 singles), and Nick compiled an impressive record of 9-0 – all at #1 singles! Congratulations […]

New Strings for 2011 from Wilson, Luxilon, and Tecnifibre

Tweet With a new year comes new tennis strings. In the video below, I discuss new strings for 2011 from Wilson, Luxilon, and Tecnifibre. As mentioned in the video, the new strings from Wilson and Luxilon are not on the market as of today – 1/3/11. As I forgot to say on the video, the […]

Measuring Tennis String

Tweet For all of you stringers out there, here is a simple tip for quickly and easily measuring various lengths of tennis string – thus allowing you to save time when stringing racquets. Thanks for checking in. DH