Category - Racket Sports

6 Tips to use your Table Tennis Table

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You’ve got yourself a brand new Table Tennis Table but now you’re worrying how to maintain it, position it or even secure the shelves? Here are a few tips that can help you maintain your Table Tennis Table.…

How to Choose your Tennis Shoes

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Choosing your tennis shoes is an important milestone in your journey as a player. However, finding shoes to suit your feet is not always easy and depends on different factors, but they will determine how freely you move…

Sphoorti Biradar holding out promise for Tennis

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My Journey My journey began when I was 8 years old, at Mahesh Bhupathi Tennis Academy. My father was a passionate Tennis player, he introduced me to Tennis and motivated me to pursue it as a career. Through…

How to Choose your Badminton Racket

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When it comes to choosing products for your sport, you might sometimes feel a little lost as to what suits your needs best. Have you often felt the same while choosing Badminton Rackets? We have created a guide,…

Roger Federer: An excellent display of Sportsmanship

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It was Roger Federer’s unlikeliest victory in the grand slam yesterday that brought back so much nostalgia for most of us. A revival performance of a classic was really the reassurance we need in times as these. I…

How to Choose your Tennis Balls?

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A Tennis ball is a round and yellow ball made from rubber and covered in a fluffy felt designed inherently for the sport of Tennis. The wide range of tennis balls available all look fairly similar but can…

How to Choose your Tennis Racket

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Whilst tennis rackets may look roughly similar, rackets can vary considerably in terms of composition and performance and are often targeted at a specific standard of the tennis player. How then do you choose between them and find…

How to choose a squash ball

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The name “Squash” is derived from the squashable balls with which the sport is played. Modern squash balls are made from rubber, measure around 40mm in terms of diameter and weigh in at 23-25g. However, squash balls vary considerable…

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