The Ultimate List of Cool Tennis Gadgets, Aids, and Gifts that will make you (or your friends) a better player!
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ARTICLE UPDATED SEPTEMBER: Big update of the popular “10 Really Cool Tennis Gadgets 2018!” post with more new cool tennis gadgets and aids. I have also removed a few outdated products no more on the market. Enjoy.
If you are a tennis player, you have probably noticed the increasing amount of gadgets related to your sport. From advanced sensors that monitor how you play and let you debrief your techniques to small smiley face thingies, you attach to the strings to reduce vibration.
At the moment, rain and soon winter prevents me from playing outdoors, but playing tennis indoors is always possible. There’s no problem with that, but in a few months spring is yet here again and the outdoor season can begin. What about boosting your tennis training right now with a piece of high-tech tennis gadget and be ready to show off very soon? I have collected a list of 24 cool tennis gadgets, trainers, sensors, aids, and equipment that will help you practice and become an even better tennis player.
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If you’re looking for popular tennis gifts for yourself or others, this list will give you some great ideas. It’s not always easy to find unique tennis gifts or cool accessories, and even on Amazon, they can be a bit tricky to find. I have created this list, the ultimate and comprehensive tennis gift guide, for your convenience – both cheap and expensive stuff.
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I also urge you to get a copy of the Tennis ebook Win Tennis Matches – Strategy And Mental Guides. It gives you insight on strategy and mental toughness that will help you win every match. I can also recommend the video course by Feel Tennis for tennis players. You will learn advanced tennis technique development for all levels of players.
So here we go – the must-have tennis gadgets and accessories for 2019. Click the product picture to get straight to detailed information about the different products.
1. Zepp 2 Swing & Match Analyzer
The new Zepp 2 Swing Analyzer is the second and updated version of this very popular tennis sensor. Improve your swings and track your performance in real-time with this smart gadget.
The advanced motion sensor attached inside a mount at the end of the racket can measure swing, power, stroke type, ball speed, ball spin, sweet spot, court time and more instantly. It fits any tennis racket and can capture over 1000 data points per second. The data is sent to a smartphone or tablet in real-time and is the perfect tool for advanced tennis players or coaches that want to improve their play.
A cool feature is the 3D view of swings which let you analyze in-depth how to improve and where you do it right. With the app, you can track your progress over time and keep a diary of your improving skills.
I wrote about the first Zepp Swing Analyzer a few years ago.
Check the updated price, user reviews and more info on Zepp 2 by clicking the picture on the right.
2. Bionic Gloves for Tennis
This product can perhaps not count as a gadget, but it is a brilliant tennis glove designed by hand specialists at Bionic. The Bionic Glove is supposed to give you more support, control, and grip when you become sweaty during play. They are especially handy in cold tennis halls during wintertime.
Several pads inside the glove even out the pressure when you hold the racket. If you want to avoid blisters and burns these gloves promise to handle that as well.
Check the price and different sizes for men and women on Amazon. Click the picture for a direct shortcut.
3. Ball Coach Pocket Radar
Measuring the speed of the ball is an encouraging method for tracking hitting power. This Pocket Radar gadget make professional and amateur players aware of their technique and if it’s optimal for hitting the ball. From there the player can adjust and further improve their skills.
The radar can track ball speeds between 40 and 209 km/h, which should be plenty enough.
This awesome training tool can be handheld or placed on a tripod for more comfort.
The Pocket Radar works with other kinds of ball sports as well as baseball, volleyball, lacrosse, and cricket. Actually, everything that moves faster than 40 km/h can be speed checked with this device.
The product has a top score among Amazon.com users and can be bought for a few hundred dollars. Click the picture to check the recent price.
TopspinPro is a very interesting tennis training aid that lets you practice your topspin. It is ideal for beginners, intermediate players and recreational players of all ages. If you are a tennis coach this setup will teach your students to hit consistent topspins in no time. It is adjustable in height, so it can even be used by 5-year-olds and upwards.
Using it for a couple of minutes each day, indoor or outdoors, your muscle memory will start to remember the technique and your topspin will get better fast. The screen reflects the perfect racket-angle and you will feel how professional players do it.
This is a popular gadget used in more than 80 countries around the world. Read more about the product by clicking on the picture.
5. Tennis Ball Dryer and Drink Cooler
A wet tennis ball will lose its performance and bounce ability. So it’s a good idea to keep them dry. In the unfortunate case that your tennis balls have been soaked after playing in the rain, it’s great to have one of these gadgets. Some will also call it the ultimate tennis gift for players who have it all and it’s awarded best tennis gadget of the year.
Four wet balls fit inside at one time and a three-layer drying system will squeeze the water out in a matter of hours. It’s cheaper than buying new balls all the time.
The accessory itself is great for carrying balls around and while you play you can cool your drink bottle inside it instead. The blue carrying strap can be used as a convenient measuring tool for net height.
The price isn’t bad either. Get the latest price info here.
6. Hit Zone JR Tennis Air Tee
This is a great tennis training tool for kids and beginners! This device allows the tennis ball to float in the air in front of the player and is especially good for footwork and shot training. A couple of foam training tennis balls suited for the Hit Zone follow in the package since ordinary balls just don’t work that well all the time.
This gadget will allow players to train all year round indoors and you don’t really need a tennis hall to utilize it.
Kids with interest in tennis will love the Hit Zone. The purchase includes a dozen balls.
7. PIQ Robot Wrist-worn Tennis Swing Analyzer
PIQ Robot is an awesome tracking gadget that measures the swing type, topspin, style, serve speed, and spin.
The powerful nano-computer can analyze impressive 195,000 data points per minute in real-time. You wear it on your wrist just like any other wrist-worn activity trackers.
Important data is shown on the LED screen on the device surface so you don’t need to check the smartphone. Battery life is 8 hours, it is IP67 waterproof, and weight 9.8 g.
Read more on PIQ Sports Intelligence and find the price and more user reviews by clicking the image.
It is, in fact, the multisport sensor and can be used for golf, tennis, skiing, boxing, and kiteboarding as well. You might need to buy some extra accessories for each sport.
8. Lobster Sports – Elite Two Tennis Ball Machine
Ok, I admit that this is an expensive gadget. And it’s not as tiny as gadgets used to be. But how cool is it to have your own portable tennis ball machine that spits out balls in random directions and speed like in a real match? It’s the perfect training tool!
The manufacturer Lobster Sports sure have some superb products, for instance, the Lobster Sports Elite Two Tennis Ball Machine, which is one of six awesome machines. Read more about the Elite Ball Machines on the manufactures website and buy on Amazon (shortcut link above).
It’s capable of throwing out 150 balls every 2-12 seconds which can make even the most trained coach tired. The machine has rechargeable batteries which last for around 8 hours.
If you have too much money to spare, just won the lottery, or perhaps own a tennis court, I would definitely recommend the Lobster Sports Elite Tennis Ball Machine.
Here is an official product video of Elite Grand Four:
9. String Thing Tennis String Straightener
And now to something completely different and in a totally different price range than the one above …
After some time you will probably need to straighten out the strings on your tennis racket. Correctly straightened strings give you more spin and better play. With this small String Thing gadget you fix this in no time and it’s so fast you can do it in between games.
Amazon sells the String Thing accessory for a few dollars. This is a neat little gift for tennis players of all ages.
10. Adidas miCoach Speed Cell
The miCoach Speed Cell from the well-known company Adidas is a small sensor you clip to your laces or place in your miCoach compatible shoe. Tennis shoes have to be fitted for this purpose, but the lace clip works on everything.
The gadget tracks your rallies, speed in all directions and distance. After the tennis match, you synchronize it to the miCoach MultiSport App and view your results.
A fun thing is that you can download the Adidas miCoach Tennis app for iPhone and iPad which is a video game that pairs up with the Speed Cell. It takes your improvements in the real world and transfers it to the avatar in the game.
The price tag on the Adidas miCoach Speed Cell is available on Amazon. Keep in mind that you can use it for football and running too!
11. ServeMaster Training Tool
The 3-ball ServeMaster is a serve and swing trainer for adults and larger kids of all levels of training. It feels like a proper racket when swung.
Players will feel the correct weight and drag of the weighted end and will, therefore, practice a better professional whip-likee feel to the serve. It gives the user an experience of a real flat, slick, kick and topspin serve.
It also comes in versions with one and two balls, used for training younger kids and youths.
The tool is easy to carry around and should always accompany you when you are training. Use it on the beach, backyard or in the garage. Check out the price and more benefits by mouse click the image.
12. HEAD Tennis Sensor
The HEAD Tennis Sensor is a performance tracking tool that helps you with improving your tennis game. It is waterproof and contains the latest Bluetooth technology. It is also powered by Zepp, which has its own tennis sensor, but this version has the same weight and design as a racket head cap.
That makes it the only sensor solution if you want your racket to feel the same as usual without adding weight. The price is almost like the Zepp 2 Swing Analyzer in place 1.
13. ScoreBand PRO – Tour Edition
The ScoreBand PRO wristband the perfect solution for keeping track of the scores during a match. It has 5 modes and is perfect for tennis, but can also be used for golf, as a timer, and stopwatch. The new design is strong and durable, and it can handle a rainy day with ease since it is 3 ATM waterproof.
Stats are shown on the backlit display and the quick-touch scoring buttons on the face of the watch enable scorekeeping without disruption to the play rhythm.
You get it in black and white and in two sizes.
14. Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun
If you are looking for a way to measure the speed of the tennis ball, the Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun is a good choice. Knowing the speed of the ball can help you learn how to approve. The device is easy to use – just point-and-shoot at the target. It has a range that is more than enough for tennis courts and an accuracy of +/- 1 MPH (1.6 km/h).
It has a large and clear LCD display that shows the fastest speed once the trigger is released. It tracks a ball from up to 90 feet or a moving vehicle from as far as 1,500 feet (if you need to do that).
It can, of course, be used for baseball, softball, and other ball sports too.
15. In/Out Portable Line Call device
The In/Out tennis aid is a smart device that will tell you whether your serve and shots is in or out, hence the name, plus much more. It gives you accurate feedback of ball speed and shots and provides real-time line calls with red and green lights and sound-beeps. To get started, the device is placed on the end of the net a calibrated in a matter of seconds. It finds the lines of the court and uses advanced pixel algorithms to conclude if the ball is in or out. Quite amazing.
It has 2 hours of battery and HD video and stats can be downloaded to your smartphone or viewed on the onscreen display. It basically does a lot of the same as tennis sensors, but with the additional line call feature that will make discussions dead before they even start.
It acts just like a personal tennis referee – line calls and stats for everyone! Check their homepage and follow them on Twitter.
16. QLIPP Tennis Sensor Enhanced
QLIPP is a sensor that fits all tennis rackets. It senses spin, stroke and has sweet spot detection of every shot. It is designed to improve your game with advanced analytics.
It is attached to the strings of the racket, and some people report that it causes more vibration, nor reducing them. The Enhanced version has improvements like robustness, it comes with a rubberized cover and with an L shaped cable so you don’t have to remove it from the racket for charging.
Do you think it is worth a try? Comment below.
17. Head Tour Team 9R Supercombi Tennis Bag
All serious players that travel a lot need a practical tennis bag to carry the gear.
The Head Tour Team 9R Supercombi bag has room for 9 rackets and can be carried as a shoulder bag and a backpack.
There is an inside mesh pocket as well as one outside pocket. The dimensions for this bag are 31 x 14 x 13 inches. Comes in different colors.
Maybe room for 9 rackets are far too much for you? Check out more bags from Head on Amazon by clicking the picture.
18. Ame & Lulu Game On Tennis Backpack
For casual female tennis players that need a way to carry your racket and stuff to and from the court, the backpack from Ame & Lulu is a good choice. It fits two rackets without covers and offers a lot of other storage like side pockets, interior zip pocket, and interior slip pockets.
It comes in two striped colors, blue and white and red and white in dimension 12.5 x 5.5 x 17 inches.
19. Winning Ugly – Lessons from a Master Book
Learning from the masters and picking up useful tips and advice is crucial if you want to win. Winning Ugly: Mental Warfare in Tennis – Lessons from a Master is good reading, even if it was written a while ago. Buy it as an ebook (Kindle), paperback or on MP3 CD.
It is written with clarity and wit by Brad Gilbert and Steve Jamison and has become the bible of tennis instruction books for countless players worldwide.
Also a great gift idea to give alongside something else.
20. Gexco Tennis Ball Saver
The Gexco tennis ball saver keeps 3 balls fresh and bouncing just like new.
The two-piece pressurized container is a fairly cheap way of protecting your important gear and has the size of a water bottle. It keeps the air from entering the storage space and damage the balls.
It is a popular Amazon Choice product with top user reviews. Remember, it can only be used for maintaining good balls, not for rejuvenation of dead ones. Don’t use the canister they came in for storage.
21. Wilson Sporting Goods Prime All Court Tennis Ball
Good tennis balls are essential for fun play. It is also a good gift idea for tennis players. They are cheap and durable. Popular brands like Wilson and Penn are two good choices.
My recommendation is the allrounder, Wilson Sporting Goods Prime All Court Tennis Ball. They are USTA and ITF Approved, works on all court surfaces for training and competition.
Remember to pick up the ball dryer from number 5 or 20 in this list to keep them in mint conditions so they last longer.
22. Rebound Ball Trainer
There are many versions of rebound ball trainers, but the TRNsports Trainer equipment is a number 1 seller in e-stores and very popular. It is used for solo practice and often used by kids. You hit the ball that is attached to a piece of string, and it comes right back to you.
In this particular kit, you get five elastic replacement strings included.
It is a perfect gift for your friends, family or kids who love playing tennis.
23. Racquet Weight Tennis Training Aid
There are many ways to train your muscles and muscle memory. There are also many products out there. Here is a suggestion called Racquet Weight. It does not damage the racquet or strings when mounted.
Why use other weight training for this sport when you can use the gear you already have a train exactly the muscles you need?
This aid provided resistance to all types of strokes and let you develop strength and racket speed.
24. Fangcan Silicone Vibration Dampeners
Last but not least, as always in my gift suggestion lists, a cheap tennis gift which is nice to have for all tennis and squash players. These are small vibration dampeners that you attach to the strings on the racket. You’ll only need one at a time. They come in many different colors and shapes and you get 6 of them for a few dollars.
Check out all the different types here. Amazon has several other types of these as well.
I hope you found some cool gadget advice here and please share and comment on the page if you found it useful. What is your new must-have tennis accessory? More tennis gadgets here and here.
I never realized how many useful gadgets that are available out there. Great site with lot’s of useful information.
Thank you Brian. 🙂 Useful gadgets are the best.
Some really clever cool gadgets here I particularly like the Babolat racket thanks for the info well done
Hi! Thanks for your comment. The Babolat racket is awesome. If you prefer another racket without the build in sensor you can, as I mention in this article, also buy the Zepp Swing Analyzer and attach it to whatever racket you want. 🙂
Great items! Your reviews and photos are great and make we want them. Alas, I don’t play tennis. 🙂
Thanks for your comment. I’m happy you like how I write and set up my articles. 🙂
An informative site, Andreas. You good information and tips. I’m not a tennis player myself but I have friends who are always playing or talking tennis. I will send them your link! ~Jude
Hi Jude! Thanks for passing my article to them. I hope they also find the article useful and perhaps find a gadget that they want which can improve their tennis play. 🙂
Cool gadgets, they’re becoming quite advanced. I remember as a kid playing with something like that air suspension tee at a museum. It was great fun
Hi Vince. I remember those from museums when I was a kid myself. They used to have inflatable beach balls hovering over them. 🙂
This post and your website has lots of great information. Thanks for posting it.
Thank you! I strive to write informative and interesting articles. 🙂
Great tips and advice Andreas. I didn’t realise that there are so many gadgets available for tennis.
Keep up the good work.
Thank you Olive! I think there are even more, but I chose the ones I thought was coolest. 🙂
This is the best thing about technology today. Everything is being upgraded and new useful ones are being invented. Those things that we just day dream about that someday they will come up with this and that is now happening.
Hopefully, we just stick it out on the useful and helpful things rather than the things that will hurt mankind. I have learned another great information, thanks to your article.
I agree. I find it very interesting to see all the new products and ideas that are invented. And it goes really fast so bad products don’t have much lifetime when the word-of-mouth start to spread on the internet. Maybe in the future we get more or less one singular gadget, perhaps in the form om a wristband, which does everything we need – activity tracker, mobile phone, pc, payment card etc. 🙂
Great post. I wish I was playing tennis to enjoy those cool gadgets.. But I do run! Are you planning a post about running gadgets?
I have written many articles about fitness/activity trackers which are suited for running. 🙂 Just look here for instance. Running is what I do most myself. One of my favorites for running is the TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS Watch.
I also didn’t realise that there are so many aids to improving your tennis game. Not a sport I was ever good at in my younger years. Football/Soccer for my USA friends was what I was good at. Too old now.
Great website with lots of sports info.
Stephen & Jennifer
Hi Stephen & Jennifer,
There are lots of aids for any sports really. 🙂 You just need to find them. Perhaps I’ll make a list of Football and Soccer gadgets too if I find any interesting ones. 🙂
Hello, Andreas. Nice post. I used to play tennis in high school but never really got into it after that, but these are some great gift ideas. I really like your website!
Thanks Peggy! Glad you like the site in general and tennis gift ideas. I’m quite satisfied with the list myself. 🙂 So many cool things.
Sorry for being a little bit late answering the comments on this post. Will make up for it now.
I always only considered a good racquet, shoes and tennis balls as the only necessities. I have been playing for a few years now and consider myself pretty average. Maybe I have found the gadgets to elevate my game to the next level. I am considering trying one or two of your suggestions.
Tennis is a great game. Just continue to play and I’ll be sure you will see a lot of progess. With one of the gadgets I propose that progress might come even quicker. 🙂 Tanks for your comment.
I came half a year late! You write that spring will soon be here… gosh, it’s already September. Well, there’s nothing I can do now… except for waiting it out.
Ha, maybe I’ll have enough money to go to Florida this winter… not sure if they play tennis there, though!
Haha, well it’s been a few months since I wrote this post, but the content itself is not old. Tennis will never be outdated and even in wintertime it’s possible to play indoors. 🙂
Cool site you have here. I remember when I was a kid playing tennis with an old wooden racket. I still have that racket, maybe it’s collectible?
I had no idea there were so many tennis gadgets! Thank you for providing links to all of them.
What would be a good racket for occasional users?
Hi Randy, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
There is a ton of rackets in different price categories, so I understand it can be difficult to choose the best tennis racket if you only play once in a while. A good tip for beginners is the Babolat Pulsion 102 Tennis Racquet which are quite cheap in comparison with other rackets. If you are passed that level you might give the medium priced Babolat Pure Drive Lite Cortex Tennis Racquet a try.
As you can see I like rackets from Babolat, but Wilson is also a good choice.
My son has begun playing tennis for his high school for the first time this year. I’ve never played but have a usable racket and hit balls back and forth with him.
There are times that he wants to practice outside of school but I’m just not available. He likes the Hit Zone air suspension tee but says there’s no place to plug it in.
Are there any of these kinds of tees that are battery operated?
Thanks for your question. I understand the problem with the power. There are many batting tees for baseball practice, and they are basically flexible poles with the ball on top. I’m not completely sure how this will work for tennis practice but if the pole is soft and flexible enough to take a hit from a racket, it might work. The SKLZ Youth No-Tip Batting Tee is one example.
Maybe someone else have a suggestion or experience with battery-driven hit tees for tennis practice, or how batting tees will perform in contact with rackets?
Nice, very persuasive, I’m looking into things I’ve never even thought twice about needing, thanks for the info! Thanks for not only explaining what the gadget does but also touching a little on why one would need them for improvement. As a beginner though, what’s the importance of a better spin? is it speed? thanks again
Hi Kris! Glad you liked my list of tennis gadgets. Topspin, backspin and sidespin are different techniques you use to control the ball in the court. Here is a great article about generating spin. 🙂
I was particularly interested in number 6, the hit zone standard air-suspension tee. I’m thinking of buying it for my nephew’s birthday that’s coming up in a few weeks. He’s been really interested in tennis the last year and to be honest getting quite good at it. I’m quite sure a tool like this will help to keep him interested. 🙂 I was wondering, have you tried it yourself? Is it easy to just place the ball on top of the air? Or does it take a while? Cheers!
Hi, Maarten! Unfortunately, I haven’t tried the Hit Zone Air Suspension Tee myself. I have only heard people talk about it and seen it from a distance. It looks like very easy to place the ball on the air stream. Take a look at this video on youtube about 0:30 into it.
These are some awesome gadgets!
I used to play tennis when I was younger, and boy I do wish I had a few of these while I was playing!
My little brother still plays tennis, so I’m checking this out to get a gift for his birthday in a couple weeks 🙂
Thanks for bringing them to my attention!
Thanks again, Dan.
Hi, Dan! That’s great. Let me know if you ended up with buying him a tennis gadget gift and what you chose. 🙂
Some of the other products seems really techy, it’d be very useful for those that like to get detailed with their swing it seems. I like this review of different tennis products, especially the last two, they seem to be necessary requirements in any tennis racket bag. How long have you been a tennis fan?
Thanks for your comment. I’ve been a tennis fan for many years now. My oldest daughter play as well sometimes. Great sport.
Iâ€™m not into tennis, but I must say I found the ten gadgets on this page very interesting â€“ I even took a peek at the recommended gifts. Anyway, I do think it was the detailed description and the quality of the pictures in each case, that kept my attention going to the very end. Otherwise plenty to see, links to click and even free training. Great.
Hi, Michael! I find these cool tennis gadgets interesting myself. Recently I have found even more, so I might need to update this article very soon. Maybe I have to write about more than ten too. Andreas
Neat ideas and something for everyone. I’m not sure about wearing a glove when playing though. This must be a younger generation thing!
The tennis ball dryer is pretty cool. Growing up in Scotland we never had anything like that and were forced to play with wet balls (we always played outdoors).
Thanks for the comment Craig! I know the tennis ball dryer is a very popular and useful product. Andreas
Thanks for this article it opened my eye a bit more in this niche. I have been wandering which gear to recommend to my friend who is aspiring for a career in this sport
Now I know what to recommend.
Quick question if you don’t mind. What do you think about Adidas Run Genie for Tennis Foot wears?
And between standard air suspension Tee and a regular ones which would you recommend?
Hi! Thanks for the comment. Adidas Run Genie is made for picking out the right running shoes at the moment, but I guess it can be used for tennis foot wear as well. I’m not really sure on that one. 🙂
I think the Hit Zone Air Suspension Tee is a superb product for training tennis.
It is crazy how technology can make our lives much easier. I played tennis for about a year, but that was in 2007 and I had not learned of any of these gadgets. Maybe they existed then, but I just wasn’t informed. The tennis ball dryer and cooler looks like an awesome gadget. If I had to play tennis again, I think this is one of those gadgets that I would consider purchasing.
I stopped playing tennis when I started developing elbow pain and I’m wondering whether there could also be a cool gadget for folks like us with such pain who wish to play tennis again.
Tennis is a cool game! I have a little pause myself, but I hope to start up again soon.
A tennis gadget for players with elbow pain is definitely a useful gadget. I haven’t heard about any products for that, but I will investigate a little bit more. 🙂
Right AndreasS, these are cool gadgets. I didn.t know most of them. Am sure all tennis lover will be more than happy to have these gadgets.
You have done a wonderful research job to help tennis players with the right gadget they need and where to find and buy.
Thank you for the informative work you have done. Many people will find the solution to their problem.
Thanks Mariam, for the comment. 🙂 I’ve received lots of positive feedback with this tennis gadget post. Andreas
This page is very informative and a must read for all tennis enthusiast. Training would never be the same again, using some the best gadgets that you review.
I like the Ball Coach Pocket Radar specifically as it would give you a necessary result of your performance with regards to hitting the ball, specially for those starters.
These are beyond cool!
The Pocket Radar is awesome. 🙂 It might not be the cheapest gadget, but it is a great tool for measuring the hitting speed and encourage improvement. Andreas
I like to watch tennis sometimes but I don’t play. I might not be your intended audience but I was still fascinated by the technology that has crept into the sport even on the consumer level.
Definitely some good gift ideas for my friends that do play. And some of those products easily translate to other sports involving running or creation time.
Hi, Chazz! Share this article with your tennis playing friends. 🙂 I would love to hear if they use any tennis gadgets or are planning to buy any of them soon. Just curious. 🙂 Andreas
Hey this is a great website. I didn’t know there were so many gadgets available to help you with your game. I am a keen tennis player and play as ofte as I can. I really like the Babolat tennis racket. The gadget inside the handle is awesome and I would find that very useful.
Thanks for the comment, Harjit. 🙂 Tennis is an awesome game and there is so many cool gadgets. Andreas
Right now we’re in summer and it will be very hot during the day but I enjoy playing tennis during the night.I bought the Babolot pure drive play tennis racquet 2 months ago and it was delivered to me faster.I was very happy to see that it feels comfortable to hold and it’s so strong. It’s worth the price.
Great feedback on the Babolat tennis racquet. Glad you are happy with it. Totally agree it is very hot during the day now. Andreas
This is a great list
This really nice. I have an daughter that plays competitive tennis and she is always at the park working on her game and swing.
So I try to do anything I can to help her reach her goals in tennis. She has been struggling with keeping her ball speed consistent so I think the pocket radar will do just the trick to keep her motivated to hit more powerful and controlled shots.
Definitely going to check it out and share on Facebook. Thanks for everything.
Hi Garrett! Thanks for the comment. Great to hear that your daughter loves tennis. Maybe the Zepp Swing Analyzer could help her too? It is a cool and very popular tennis gadget. Andreas
Wow those bionic gloves looks so awesome, they could prevent some issues i’m having when i play on the outside court…
I just have one question though… do you know if the gloves ventilate properly?
I sweat a lot and need proper ventilation to prevent taking the gloves between points, just so my hands can breath a bit…
thanks a lot and have a fantastic day
Hi! The Bionic Gloves are made with full-leather sheepskin in the palms and with Coolon moisture control material on back of hand for evaporation cooling, but I see in the question and comments section on Amazon that people way they can be a bit slippery on really hot days. Andreas
I really liked the portable tennis ball machine and the bionic gloves. I imagine those two things alone could really make playing tennis more fun and easier.
I also like that they other gadgets you mentioned will show you stats on how your performing, that way you can try to improve each time.
Thanks for these really cool gadets.
Thanks for the comment Michael. Glad you enjoyed reading my list of cool tennis gadgets. Andreas
What an impressive website. Lot’s of good content. I would be interested in how long you have been at this. Love the social bar and the product reviews. Images are clear and reviews are well written. Is the website from a theme or did you do that work yourself? I really like the recommended top posts menu on the right hand side. I like those graphic’s that you used. It really grabs your attention.
Hi Mike! Thanks for the comment on my page. I have worked a lot with it. The social bar is a plugin called Shareaholic. The theme is called Point Pro from Mythemeshop. Andreas
I am looking in to getting back in to tennis this summer. Especially as our local courts have just been resurfaced.
I had no idea that these gadgets existed. I’ve been away from the tennis scene for too long.
I can see the advantages in all of them, but I really like the idea of the Babolat racket.
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the comment Tom. 🙂
A great list. Thank you Andreas!
I was looking for a way to improve the grip on the racket, slippery during hot days, and difficult during cold times. The Bionic Gloves look fantastic. But are they durable? Because I don’t know the brand Bionic and never purchased any of their products before.
But what I like even more is the Zepp 2 Analyzer, I wish I knew about it long time ago. It could’ve helped me improve better. But it’s never too late to get one.
I hope you answer me about my question regarding the bionic Gloves before I invest in them.
Thank you in advance!
Hi Amjad! I have first hand information that the Bionic gloves are durable and well suited for tennis players. Andreas
Thanks Andreas, that was great! I loved reading about all of the new tennis accessories that are available. When I played high school tennis 25 years ago none of these gadgets were available. I really like the new in/out line caller, that would have saved me from a few fights back in high school. I had no idea that most of these gadgets even existed so thank you very much for your article.
Thanks for the ace comment!
This is the best-kept secret in tennis. New patent.
The izzers Tennis Score Keeper. Easily mark and easily see the tennis game and tie-break score.
As a sportsman, tennis happens to be one of my favorite sport although I am not completely good at it and have been looking for ways to improve my game. These gadget does seem to be what I’ll need for easy and better tennis experience, I’ll be trying most of your recommendations here. Looking forward to more articles from you.
Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed this one.
This is one very long post but I must say its worth reading. I’m not a fan of tennis and I’m not really into it, although I love sport in general. I glad to have come across this post because its an additional knowledge to the little I have about the sport and now I can proudly talk about its gadget as well and even give someone tips about it. Thanks for sharing this nice post.
Hi Dane! Yeah, it is lengthy… But that’s how it gets when I’m trying to mention cool tennis gadgets with a little bit of description. 🙂 Glad you liked it.
Hello Andreas, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I like to play tennis with my friends although I am not a professional. One of my coevals wants to get in tennis seriously so I think that Hit Zones, I am sure she will be very surprised. Thank you for sharing. All the best.
Thanks for your comment Daniel!
Omg! This is an awesome list of great tennis gadgets. I did play tennis when I was younger but later on, I lost interest in it. How much I wish I had these then, however, my son plays tennis and I would be more than willing to get him some of the cool gadgets here. His birthday would be coming up next month and sane with their local championship u-15 finals, so I would be buying this to mark the two occasions for him. Thanks
That is a great idea! Congrats with both. 🙂
Hello. You really got me with this article. I play tennis twice a week with my friends. I didn’t know that there are so many gadgets. The only gadget we use is for measuring the speed of the ball. It’s very interesting and funny because we make challenges with this awesome gadget.
Once a week we go to play football too. I can’t wait to see here some of the gadgets that we can use in this sport activity.
Keep in touch. You made a great work here.
Hi, and thanks for the comment. Glad you enjoyed the article.
I can’t regret subscribing to your newsfeed, now I have been coming across your post regularly, personally I don’t do tennis but I am a great fun of a friend who plays tennis at the national levels i will have to share with her this article and I am sure she will learn more from it, I really want to thank you for being helpful to the public, I am sure your posts reaches and helps many on the online platform.
Thanks for the comment! Hope your tennis buddy will like the article. 🙂
I remembered as I kid when I do play a tennis I dont know all this gadgets mine was just to go to the park and play with friends which we enjoyed then though we get injured alot of times because there were not adequate gadgets,well my little son is also playing it now and I am thinking of getting him a good stuffs now I think this post all help thanks so much for the recommendations
No problem! Glad you liked them. I don’t think there were many gadgets like these when we were kids.
Hello Andreas, thank you so much for taking your time to compile this huge collection of cool tennis gadgets, aids, and gifts that will make me and my friends a better player!
I love the BIONIC GLOVES FOR TENNIS; for great support, more control, and grip because I am the sweaty type, I sweat alot especially when I am not relaxed.
Thanks for the comment! The gloves are great.
Men… This is a very large collection of cool table tennis gadgets. I believe you must have taken a lot of time to research, compare, contrast and put the very best together. I am not really into table tennis but whenever I am around where it is being played, I usually join in the game and I enjoy it too.
I haven’t seen some of these gadgets before; most of them are smart and cool.
Thanks! The gadgets are for ordinary tennis thou, not table tennis. Table tennis gadgets could be another post. Thanks for the tip. 🙂
Great article with a lot of great products! I have a Lobster Elite Three Tennis Ball Machine. One step above the one mentioned in the article. Works great! It really puts your skills to the test. Have improved significantly since purchasing. I used to be subpar and lose to most of my friends, however, now they are shocked when I go up against them. Best purchase I ever made and well worth the money.