By Iris Theresa. Tennis. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 06:44:01 AM.
Towel: A towel is always good to have in your bag. It helps with sweat management but there's endless other uses for it as well. What if you need to stretch out after your match on a hot court or a grassy lawn? What if you slip and fall on the clay and need to wipe yourself off? I don't think I need to explain any furtherÉcarry a towel with you in your tennis bag!
Water (and/or sports drink): Don't be too cool to bring hydration to the court - it's not smart. Make sure you bring plenty of water or sports drink to the court. Even mild dehydration can affect your concentration emotions and how quickly you fatigue. More importantly it's simply unsafe to get dehydrated during exercise.
Extra clothes/shoes (shirt socks jacket flip flops off-court shoes etc.): This goes in the ready for anything category. It's always good to have a spare shirt and extra pair of socks in case that match goes deep into the third set. To keep your muscles warm off-court keep a light jacket in your bag so you're not stuck stepping on the court cold and more susceptible to energy.
If you rarely (or never) break strings just make sure you bring two racquets. If you break strings more often then 3-4 racquets will do the trick. Ideally your back up racquets should be as similar as possible to your racquet of choice.
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