If you want to know more about working in the tennis industry, what racquets and strings the pros use and what it is like to be a stringer, this is the podcast for you.
Andrew from Prospect Customization
I talk to Andrew from Prospect Customization about swing weights, pro player specs, what racquets different players should use, issues with gear on the college level and much more. This is definitely an episode for true tennis nerds! :)
Heysil Racquets Co-Founder Jeffrey Yeh
A while back I was approached by Jeffrey Yeh, one of the founders of Heysil Racquets. He wanted to send me some racquets for review.But due to COVID, it took quite a while to get the parcel from Australia, where Heysil is based, to Malta, where I am. A couple of weeks ago the Heysil racquets arrived and I have been play-testing them ever since. Heysil is a young company, a few years old and run by Jeffrey Yeh and David Willis. I got the opportunity to talk Jeffrey Yeh about Heysil, their products, and their plans for the future.Read more: https://tennisnerd.net/gear/racquets/introducing-heysil-racquets/23122
US Open Update - Looking for exciting new players to watch
Who is your favorite player to watch and have you found any new ones to be excited about during the US Open?
My Tennis Story
I published a video vlog that I think works well also in podcast form. I just wanted to give you a status update and tell you a bit about my tennis story. Keen to hear yours.
Q&A with Instagram Followers of @tennisnerdinsta - Gear, Kyrgios, Tennis Elbow, And More
I asked my Instagram followers to send me questions for a Q&A podcast. And voila! Here are my answers.I was asked about:Rafa's and Roger's retirementsWhat to do about tennis elbowWhat do I think about Kyrgios US Open statementWhat are some good budget strings?Will I ever settle on a racquet?...and more!
Filippo Gioiello, Founder of Mental Tennis
Filippo Gioiello is a mental tennis trainer and founder of Mental Tennis. He has created a process to strengthen your mental and strategical approach to tennis. The idea is to make you enjoy competitive tennis more and create a strong mental foundation to play better, increase your love for the game, and win more matches. I have worked with him for a few months and I have really learned a lot from it.If you want to find out more, check out his website at: https://www.mental-tennis.net/