USTA Extends Halt on Events Through May

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What It Takes to Excel as a Racquet Stringer

One of the questions that I am most frequently asked is:  What does it take to excel as a racquet stringer? There are probably many answers and different opinions. I would like to address this question using four traits I believe are needed to achieve excellence. The first trait a stringer must possess is Passion. [see more]

To play or not to play

Safety, it’s first and foremost for many of us in the era of COVID-19. Our addiction to tennis forces us to assess whether or not it’s safe to hit the courts and play the game we all love. But are we being honest with ourselves if we say there’s really no good reason not to [see more]

Online stringing instructions at your fingertips

As racquet stringers, one of the most important things we need access to is stringing instructions so I’d like to offer a great example of what one company provides. Having been around for over 100 years and introducing scores of racquets during that time, Wilson certainly has a massive library that a stringer can easily [see more]

Why One Neuroscientist Started Blasting His Core

Elite tennis players have an uncanny ability to clear their heads after making errors.

Is the COVID-19 pandemic another reason why tennis may be the healthiest sport?

“Why this global game may be the right sport for this global pandemic” 

Out of the shadows

Come out come out wherever you are!

New “Like” button for IART blogs

Hey everyone I’ve added something new to the IART website blogs. You’ll now find a “Like” button at the bottom of each blog post so if you liked that particular article you can give it a thumbs up. So why not test it out? If you like this idea drop down to the bottom of [see more]