Best Tennis Backpack in 2023
Wilson Team Backpack, Black/Red
Wilson Advantage II Backpack - Black/White
- 2 Racket compartment with locking zippers
- Additional compartment with tablet pouch and space for small Apparel items
- Pockets on either side for personal effects. Compartment in front for smaller items
- Wilson logo on the front
- 12 x 7 x 19 inch (31 x 18 x 47 centimeter)
adidas Unisex Tour Tennis Racquet Backpack, Black/White/Silver, ONE SIZE
- Fits up to two 110 size racquets
- Bold adidas branding
- Side pocket water bottle holders
- Interior webbed pocket and key fob
- Padded shoulder straps
Head Tour Team Backpack Bag Navy/Blue
- 1 racquet compartment. 1 main compartment. 2 side accessory pockets. Front accessory pocket. Shoe/wet clothes pocket.
- Backpack. Adjustable shoulder straps. Cushioned back panel for added comfort.
- Stores 1-2 uncovered racquets
- Dimensions: H22" x D7" x W15"
LISH Men's Court Advantage Tennis Backpack - Racket Holder Sport Bag for Tennis, Racquetball, Squash (Grey)
- KEEP RACKETS SAFE AND SECURE - A dedicated racket compartment keeps your rackets separated and protected from the rest of your gear, and can hold 1 - 2 rackets comfortably. The zip closure ensures everything stays secure while you're on the move.
- COMFORTABLE TO CARRY - Padded shoulder straps provide cushion and comfort, and can be adjusted for a perfect fit. A quick-grab handle on the side makes it easy to grab your bag if you're in a hurry.
- PLENTY OF STORAGE - A front zipper pocket keeps keys and other small items organized, while the spacious main compartment is just the right size for extra balls, towels, shoes or snacks. On the side, an elastic water bottle pocket gives you the perfect place to store your drink.
- HIGH-QUALITY CONSTRUCTION - Each LISH Men's Tennis Court Bag is crafted from a 600 denier polyester with quality stitching, for an extra durable tote designed to withstand frequent use. Contemporary, sophisticated colorways and luxuriously textured fabrics make this tennis bag the one you'll want to carry.
- PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - Bag measures 18" L x 12" W x 6.5" D; Fits tennis rackets up to 11.5" in width.
Wilson Fed Team Backpack, Black/White
- 2-Racket compartment with locking zippers
- Additional compartment with interior pockets for valuables
- Exterior mesh pockets for water bottles
- White screen print logo
- Roger Federer signature
- Bag Dimensions: 18.5 x 12.5 x 10"
Athletico Premier Tennis Backpack - Tennis Bag Holds 2 Rackets in Padded Compartment | Separate Ventilated Shoe Compartment | Tennis Bags for Men or Women (Black)
- PADDED RACKET COMPARTMENT - fits two rackets (super oversized through junior size); top loading with double anti-slip zippers that stay in place to secure rackets -- alternatively a protective laptop sleeve
- DRAWSTRING MESH BAG INCLUDED: clips onto backpack or fence, for all your tennis accessories and gear; perfect for balls, clothes, towel, grip tape, etc.
- ISOLATED AND VENTED TENNIS SHOE COMPARTMENT: separates shoes from the rest of the contents
- POCKETS GALORE - XL main compartment is spacious enough to hold books, sweatshirt, tennis balls, etc. Zippered personal pocket: perfect for accessories, snacks, phone, wallet, keys, etc. Large bottle pockets on both sides of the bag: reinforced bottom with elastic band top to securely hold large sports bottles.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK - We believe highly in the quality of our tennis bags. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase for any reason, simply return it for a full refund.
HEAD Tour Team Tennis Backpack
- Pocket Types: 1 racquet compartment. 1 main compartment. 2 side accessory pockets. Front accessory pocket. Shoe/wet clothes pocket.
- Straps: Backpack. Adjustable shoulder straps. Cushioned back panel for added comfort.
- Technology: No
- Racquet Storage: Stores 1-2 uncovered racquets
- Thermal Lining: No
Babolat - Maxi Tennis Backpack Black - (B753064-105)
- The blacked out Babolat Maxi Tennis Backpack is perfect for players who need a versatile backpack ready to go anywhere.
- Adjustable Straps
- Backpack with Handle Cover
- Accessory Pockets
- Size - (Backpacks) | Color - (See Description)
HEAD Core Tennis Backpack - 2 Racquet Carrying Bag w/ Padded Shoulder Straps
- HEAD PERFORMANCE: Born out of revolutionizing how we ski and play tennis, HEAD has constantly pushed athletic equipment into the modern era. With decades of experience in all racquet sports; HEAD offers nothing but the best tennis equipment on the market.
- UP TO TWO RACQUETS: The equipment bag's main racquet compartments offers enough room for up to 2 racquets or 1 racquet with other court essentials. Keep your racquets properly protected and playing like new for seasons to come.
- AMPLE STORAGE SPACE: Each racket backpack features a large main compartment, a front racket compartment, as well as an exterior zippered accessory pocket for smaller items such as your phone or keys.
- CARRY COMFORTABLY: Adjustable padded shoulder straps offer a comfortable fit even when the athletic backpack is at full capacity.
- SPECS: The sports backpack measures 13 x 7 x 20in and is made of a durable fabric that will stand up to seasons' of use.
How to Play Tennis- Step by Step Instructions for Beginners and Pros
A guide on how to play tennis, tips for every level of tennis player.
The most crucial thing to know when first starting out is grip. Your right hand should be on the bottom and your left hand should be on top. The face of the racket should be sideways, you should only be able to see the edge of the racket. The racket should be angled about 45 degrees upward. This is your ready position.
You should stand just behind the baseline with your racket in the same position as the previous step. You should always be on your toes, constantly shuffling from one foot to another, even when the ball is not in play.
You always want start off shuffling and in ready position simultaneously. You should always have your eye on the ball before, and until the point of contact. At which point you will want to continue to look at the point of contact until you have completely followed through.
Start by shuffling in ready position, once the ball is hit you want to shuffle sideways toward the ball, then rotate so your body is pointed sideways toward the net, your eyes should be following the ball. Bring your racket back in a loop, act like you are bringing the racket around a beach ball. So bring your racket around in a loop and then make contact with the ball, ideally with your arm fully extended, then follow through until your racket is on your left waist. Remember to continue looking at the point of contact until you have completely followed through. If you are new to tennis, the ball may have gone way out, and that's okay. As I mentioned before, it all takes time. As you continue to practice, adjust the face of the racket so it is either more open (upward-tilted) or closed (downward-tilted)
If you are more experienced you may want to use topspin to make the ball drop quicker. To do so simply brush the racket upwards as you make contact with the ball.
Once you feel like you have really nailed the swing start focusing more on aiming the ball. Some people think aiming is all about timing, but they are wrong. You must aim with your shoulders. Whichever way your shoulders are pointed is where the ball should go.
The serve is one of the most import aspects of the game of tennis. Start by holding your racket up as high as you can. Your toss should be about this height. Since the serve is so complicated I am going to break it down in several sub-categories.
Positioning: You should be about halfway between the mark in the center of the baseline and the alleys for your serve.
The Toss: Your toss should be about the height of your arm straight up with a racket. The toss should be at about one o'clock. So slightly to the right.
The Motion: Your racket should go down and backwards as your toss goes up. The racket should go up behind your head and meet the ball at the highest point that your racket can go. Your wrist should snap a lot, this is where almost all of the speed comes from. If you don't get it at first don't worry, first focus on getting your serve in, add power later. You need to start with a foundation (getting it in) then build onto that.
The Split Step:
A very crucial part of tennis is the split step. A split step is a short little 'hop' that you take to set your feet before you move to the ball. You should try to do your split step just before your opponent makes contact with the ball. If you've ever watched a professional tennis match, you would notice that almost every player does a split step before every shot. Using a split step will help you get in a rhythm much easier than without it. It will also improve the stability on your shot.