Best Tennis Gear in 2023
LISH Men's Court Advantage Tennis Backpack - Racket Holder Sport Bag for Tennis, Racquetball, Squash (Black)
Nike Swoosh Wristbands (White/Black, OSFM)
- Nike Swoosh Wristbands
- Embroidered Swoosh logo. Sold in pairs
- Machine washable
- Easy care
- Width: 3 inches/7.62 cm
Gexco Tennis Ball Saver - Pressurized Tennis Ball Storage That Keeps Balls Bouncing Like New
- A NEW BALL EVERY TIME YOU USE IT: A one-of-a-kind tennis ball storage system that holds balls under equal internal and external pressures preventing air from seeping in and out of pores.
- MAKES THE PERFECT TENNIS GIFT: For yourself or someone special, The Tennis Ball Saver makes the perfect addition to any tennis lover's gym bag.
- SAVE TIME AND MONEY: Never worry about last minute runs for fresh balls ever and again! The Tennis Ball Saver ensures a fresh bounce just like new every time you open the container!
- LIGHTWEIGHT AND PORTABLE: A comparable size and weight to an ordinary tennis ball storage container, the Tennis Ball Saver is easy to take anywhere.
- QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Made in the USA with high-quality standards, the Tennis Ball Saver is made of a durable plastic casing that will hold up to travel, wear and tear so you can protect your tennis balls for years to come!
HEAD Women's Athletic Tennis Skort - Performance Training & Running Skirt - Prestige Silver Sconce, Medium
- ANY SPORT: Whether you're practicing your serve or just going for a run, HEAD workout skorts will keep you feeling fit and fashionable. Perfect for any exercise, running, and obviously, tennis.
- BOLD LOOKS: Our activewear skorts are available in several different trendy designs. Fitness never looked this good. Please note these active skorts run small, so consider sizing up!
- SECURE FIT: Our shorts skirt combination bottoms feature a snug banded waist that moves with your body and stays put during workouts.
- ATHLETIC DESIGN: Comfortable flat seams keep you comfy all day long. Moisture wicking material ensures you stay dry and comfortable during high impact activities.
- POLYSPAN BLEND: A 90% Polyester and 10% Spandex fabric blend provides a soft, comfortable and breathable performance sports skirt.
LISH Down the Line Canvas Tennis Racket Backpack - Women's Striped Print Drawstring Racquet Holder Bag (Grey Stripe)
- NAUTICAL STYLE- Even your sporty attire should reflect your own individual look. This eye-catching tennis bag has all the right moves with a relaxed shape to hang comfortably and a bold nautical stripe that sets you apart from the crowd. Tan faux-leather accents match back to the shoulder straps and bring that touch of luxury that everyone will envy.
- ALL YOUR GEAR - Matches and practice require all your gear on tap. With a bag like this, you'll have everything you need within arm's reach. A large main compartment with drawstring feature has a shape that adjusts for any amount of items, and two built-in slip pockets inside to keep smaller items like your phone and keys. A dedicated outside racket pocket has a side zip closure to keep your rackets secure and in place. Dual side pockets make room for tennis ball sleeves or water bottles.
- COMFORT FIT - Padded, adjustable shoulder straps bring a comfortable fit on and off the court. The relaxed design is light and easy to carry.
- HIGH-QUALITY CONSTRUCTION - Each LISH Tennis Drawstring Bag is crafted from a cotton canvas with denier backing and quality stitching, for an extra durable tote designed to withstand frequent use.
- PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS - Bag measures 20" H x 19" L x 6.25" W; Rackets are not included.
Under Armour Men's Launch ArmourVent Cap, White (100)/Silver, One Size Fits All
- UA Free Fit features a pre-curved visor & unstructured front panels that conform to your head for a sleek, low profile fit
- ArmourVent Technology delivers true breathability in a light, stretchy, durable & fast-drying fabric
- Reflective taping & logo for increased visibility & safety on low-light runs
- Adjustable hook & loop closure
Wilson Advantage II Tennis Bag - Black/White
- Zippered compartment holds up to 2 racquets
- Zippered accessory compartment
- Adjustable shoulder strap with pad
- Padded top handle
- Metal zippers with fabric zipper pulls
Wilson Junior US Open Tennis Racquet, 23-Inch
- Aluminum Racquet
- Approved for tennis players 10 and under Ages : Youth 7 to 8
- Strung racquet without a cover
Wilson 75 Tennis Ball Pick Up Hopper
- Portable tennis ball basket
- Holds 75 tennis balls with a special no spill lid (Tennis Balls NOT included)
- Durable plated steel construction
- Handles convert to lockable legs
- Some assembly required (tool included)
Sportneer Wrist Strengthener Forearm Exerciser Hand Developer Strength Trainer for Athletes, Fitness Enthusiasts, Professionals
- STRENGTHEN MUSCLES: This wrist exerciser is designed to improve strength, power and speed in the wrists, fingers and forearms. The MINIMUM TENSION is about 8kg, which is ideal for athletes, sportsmen, fitness enthusiasts, professionals, rock climbers, golfers and tennis players
- ADJUSTABLE DESIGN: Perform regular and reverse wrist curls with the adjustable stabilizer pad, instruction included. TRY IT AT THE MINIMUM TENSION FOR THE FIRST TIME TO USE
- QUALITY & COMFORT: This wrist strengthener is made with heavy duty carbon steel springs and thick 10mm foam stabilizer pad (in comparison to 6mm) for extra comfort and cushion
- PORTABLE & LIGHTWEIGHT: Compact size, easy to take on the go, to the gym, office or use at home
- MORE BENEFITS: This wrist and forearm developer improves Hand Grip / Fingers / Forearms / Wrists Strength, and can also be used to Release Daily Stress and for Leisure Activities
Wimbledon Tennis Profile:Justine Henin-Hardenne
Justine Henin-Hardenne of Belgium has won three French Opens, an Australian Open, a U.S. Open and an Olympic gold medal. Only a championship at Wimbledon has eluded her. Justine excels in baseine play and fundamentals.
Henin-Hardenne, 24, entered Wimbledon on a roll by winning the Hastings Direct tournament in Eastbourne, England. She downed Kim Clijsters in the semifinals and Anastasia Myskina in the finals.
Henin-Hardenne turned pro in 1999 and rose to become the top-ranked player in the world on Oct. 20, 2003.
Currently, she is ranked No. 3 in the world. She entered Wimbledon with a 38-5 record in 2020.
Henin-Hardenne has captured 30 singles titles in her career. She has won $11 million in prize money in her career, including $2 million in the first half of 2020.
Justine's breakout year was 2003, when rose to the No. 1 ranking in the world. She won the French and U.S. Open titles that year, her first two Grand Slam championships.
She opened 2004 by winning the Australian Open, capturing three of the previous four Grand Slam titles. She also won her second and third French Open titles in 2005 and 2020.
Despite the recent emphasis on power in the women's game, Justine has managed to excel with a flawless baseline style. Her backhand is her greatest strength.
Her challenge, at 5-foot-6 and 126 pounds, is to compete with more powerful players like Venus Williams, Lindsey Davenport and Maria Sharapova.
Justine made her international amateur debut in 1996. She started to excel in 1998, winning three singles championships on the ITF tour. She earned her first ranking at No. 226 in the world.
She turned pro at the beginning of 1999 and became the fifth player to win her debut event. She also helped Belgium reach the semifinals of the Federation Cup.
In 2000, Justine upset Anna Kournikova at the U.S. Open and rose into the Top 50 rankings. By the end of 2001, she had moved up to No. 7 with three singles titles. That year, she reached the finals of Wimbledon, losing in three sets to Venus Williams.
Justine started to establish herself as a top-tier player in 2002, and it was no longer a huge surprise when she would score victories over Jennifer Capriati, Monica Seles and Serena Williams. Still, her first Grand Slam title eluded her.
In 2003, Justine finally reached the top. She beat Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters to win the French Open. She played an epic semifinal against Capriati in the U.S. Open, mounting several comebacks to earn a three-set victory. Less than 24 hours later, Justine beat Clijsters in the finals. On Oct. 20 in Zurich, Henin-Hardenne won her eighth tournament of the year, ascending to the top ranking of her sport.
Her hot streak continued early in 2004, as she won the Australian Open over Amelie Mauresmo. However, things went downhill as illnesses knocked her out of several tournaments - respiratory problems in Antwerp and hypoglycemia in Charleston. Her biggest problem was a bout with cytomegalovirus, which knocked her out of several other tournaments. Her ranking dropped to No. 4 after 45 weeks in the top spot.
After a layoff of several months, she won the gold medal for Belgium at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, defeating Mauresmo in the finals.
Justine continued her strong comeback in 2005, storming through the clay-court season with victories at Charleston, Berlin and Warsaw. She capped her winning streak by recapturing the French Open championship with a win over Mary Pierce in the finals.
In 2020, she won a tournament in Sydney before bowing out of the Australian Open finals against Mauresmo with a gastrointestinal illness.
Justine's success at Roland Garros continued with her third French Open championship. She downed Svetlana Kuznetsova in the finals.
Having ascended to the No. 3 spot in the world ranking, Justine Henin-Hardenne entered Wimbledon looking for the only Grand Slam title that has eluded her.
Henin-Hardenne has had the same coach, Carlos Rodriguez, since she was 14 years old. She has been married to Pierre-Yves Hardenne since 2002.