Archives for December 2018

Happy New Year!

Wishing you all the very best that life has to offer in the coming new year! 0

Merry Christmas!

Seasons greetings to all. Here’s wishing you a wonderful holiday season and the very best in the coming New Year. 0

Wilson Blade 98S V6.0

Unlike the black and green palette of the previous version, the Blade 98S Countervail is updated with a more modern cosmetic with the addition of Countervail technology. Countervail is a special carbon layer used to minimize impact vibration. The Blade 98S Countervail still has Parallel Drilling technology and this model is a Spin Effect frame [see more]

Recreational players & string choice – Part 3 – Why change?

Can we agree on one thing? Far too many players rely on the person stringing the racquet to choose the string and tension and that’s ok IF that person has been properly trained. Unfortunately, from my experience of 10 years presenting the IART symposiums, I found that the majority of those people have no real [see more]

Sergetti sale!

Dear IART Member, Great news!!! We now have a 30% Sale on until 31st December 2018. Wishing you and your loved ones a very happy festive period!!   Thanks Kind Regards PETER MASTERS Business Development Manager – Europe, Partner +44 7734 044920 Sergetti® is a Registered Trademark of Concepts Sergetti INC. © Copyright 2017. All [see more]

Recreational players & string choice – Part 2 – the racquet makes a difference

The racquet makes a difference In part 1 I talked about string, particularly polyester. However, it’s important to understand that the racquet you’re using has a huge impact on the string you choose. The racquet should be compatible with your playing style and level of play. Once that’s determined then it’s time to choose the [see more]

String choice – Part 1 – You are different than your favorite tour player

PART 1 For many recreational tennis players choosing a string can be a real challenge. It’s not that there aren’t enough strings out there to choose from. In fact, it’s the exact opposite and that’s one of the things that complicates the process. Selecting a string involves looking at the big picture and assessing each [see more]