By Juliya Tatyana. Tennis. Published at Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 - 07:33:19 AM.
Sunscreen: This is another no-brainer to bring to the court for players that play outdoors. Skin damage affects way too many tennis players so make sure you lather up and protect yourself from the sun when you go out on court. There are some great ones that are water and sweat-resistant and also absorb into the skin quickly. Once again don't be too cool to protect yourself from the sun.
“Namd”Graphite: Over power with heavy drives. With “Namd” graphite’s unique flex and fast frame snapback players can grip the ball and fire-off aggressive attacking spin. The graphite fibers are covered with highly-bondable carbon nanotubes allowing for better cohesion with the resin. “Namd” combines “soft” and “hard” properties giving the shaft tougher flexibility and resilience for increased shaft torque which applies high levels of power and spin to the ball.
It is natural to get excited about these positives but it is important not to put the horse before the cart. The ITF has not yet enacted any of the proposed changes. It is encouraging however that they did unanimously endorse the proposed changes which will be reviewed at the ITF's general meeting in August. One hopes the changes will garner approval and whatever adjustments may need to be made in the future it is fantastic to see that the ball has finally gotten rolling to start making the Davis Cup relevant in tennis once again.
Another great thing to keep is an ankle brace. In case you roll an ankle throwing these on your injured ankle will replicate a tape job from a trainer and help you finish a match.
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