Racket Demos at Tennis Club of Vista

If you’re in the San Diego area and would like to demo a big range of Babolat rackets, Head rackets, Prince Rackets and Dunlop Rackets, come on out to the Tennis Club of Vista on May 22nd. The first 100 people who sign up will get a FREE WELCOME BAG AND T-SHIRT!  And, you can have a free consultation with a tennis pro.

Do It Tennis Demo Day & BBQ
Sat. May 22, 2010 – 11 am to 3 pm

Get a great deal on apparel items as well!

It’s going to be a great time. Make sure you sign up NOW!

Babolat Tennis Racquets

What was so surprising to see at this year’s Australian Open was the prevalence of Babolat Rackets and Head Racquets. If Rafael Nadal and Kim Clijsters had performed as expected, Babolat would have had an excellent showing of its amazing racket technology.

The thing that separates Babolat from other racket manufacturers is the one piece design. You have an amazing one piece carbon fibre frame that delivers excellent power, exceptional shock absorption, and great feel. Only the troublesome vibrations are filtered out leaving the low end frequencies a player needs to feel confident of the racket’s response. Take a closer look at Babolat rackets and their racket technology. Top pro tennis stars including Andy Roddick, Kim Clijsters, Li Na, Rafael Nadal, Dinara Safina, and now Jo Wilfried Tsonga use Babolat Rackets.

Babolat Rackets

Babolat Pure Drive Roddick GT Tennis Racquet

Roger Federer Wins Again – Grand Slam 16

Despite the valiant effort UK Tennis Star Andy Murray made to win a grand slam final for Britain, he wasn’t able to measure up the calibre of play that Roger Federer brought in this year’s Australian Open. Federer blazed to an easy victory over Murray in three straight sets. Federer was in fine form the whole tournament only losing 2 sets during all his matches. It was his 16th Grand Slam win.



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Serena Williams beats Justine Henin at the Australian Open

A great women’s singles championship final saw apparently injured Serena Williams win her 12th Grand Slam win in Melbourne 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 over newly returned Justine Henin. Henin battled hard but didn’t have enough to stop Williams. It was Williams 5th Australian Open win. The win moved Williams up in all time wins with the likes of Chris Evert and Billie Jean King but well short of the 24 championships held by Margaret Court. Williams accepted the trophy from the 67 year old Women’s tennis legend Margaret Court and then went on applaud Billie Jean King as her mentor.

Henin had won four of their six previous meetings at the majors, including three straight quarterfinal victories in 2007. About the free swinging Henin, Williams said, “She took me to the umpteenth level,” “She clearly hasn’t lost a step at all since she’s been gone.”

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Serena Williams Li Na Battle at Australian Open

In a very entertaining match, Serena Williams prevailed in the Australian Open womens singles semi final match today with Li Na. Na who was bungee jumping before the tournament played extremely well despite making a good number of unforced errors. Serena counted on her big serve to save her in this match though. Williams won a tight match 7-6, 7-6 despite some physical problems.

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Roger Federer Ousts Nikolay Davydenko

Nikolay Davydenko came out flying against Roger Federer Wednesday in the Australian Open Tennis Championships. It was the quarter finals and Federer was leary of the match with the hard hitting and feisty speedster from Russia. When the dust settled, Federer won 2-6, 6-3, 6-0, 7-5. After losing the first set, Federer took a bathroom break and came back to win 3 straight sets. Serena Williams used the same tactic in her match against Victoria Azarenka where a washroom break threw off her opponent. Expect more washroom breaks in upcoming matches.

Tsonga Ousts Djokovic

It was another years of bad luck ofr Novak Djokovic 7-6(8), 6-7(5), 1-6, 6-3, 6-1 as he looked tired and washed out from illness and lost despite making a valiant effort. He was sick before the match and during a medical timeout. “Just a terrible feeling. It’s been a great tournament for me, so it’s just a bad way to not to be able physically go through the whole match.” Djokovic said in a post match interview. Even with the loss Djokovic moves up to 2nd in Mens rankings on the WTP rankings.

Learn more about the Australian Open and take a look at Novak Djokovic’s racquet and Jo Wilfred’s new Babolat racket.

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