Tennis Shoe Cushioning. For tennis players, the primary factor determining purchase of a tennis shoe is comfort. For researchers and manufacturers, injury prevention is a main area of interest, concern and design. For both groups, heel and forefoot cushioning and stability is the common denominator between comfort and injury reduction.
Tennis Warehouse University (TWU) is dedicated to helping tennis players scientifically compare and choose racquets and strings as well as to increasing tennis science education. At TWU we test all racquets and strings with specifically designed equipment in our lab. We measure actual performance — not just static propeties such as weight and balance (though we do that too).
A higher string stiffness means more control, less power, and less comfort. Stiffer strings exhibit higher peak impact tension, higher peak force, less string deflection, and shorter dwell time (time on the strings).
A tennis string comparison tool comparing string on lab tested performance criteria like power, energy return, stiffness, softness, control, comfort, shock, inter-string friction, ball-to-string friction and spin potential.
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Tennis Racquets. Owned and operated by players, we've been helping people all over the world find the right racquet for over 25 years. We playtest tons of our products to provide you with honest and knowledgable feedback so that you can shop with confidence. To speak with a racquet specialist please call 1-800-799-9230.
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