The Tennis Invention That's Causing A Racquet

One of the main reasons why tennis stars like Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams are so successful is because of the small things they do during a match. Along with elegantly sweeping across the tennis courts, both athletes have a firm grip on the racquet their using. But its not so simple for the ordinary individual. As a match goes on, your hands get sweaty and you end up losing your grip on the handle of your racquet. One new company plans to fix this problem with a new development.

Claimed to be “a revolutionary tennis dominator on the market”, Control Freek tennis racquets take the word “cool” to the next level. Along with having a glossy look, these tennis racquets can keep your hands sweat-free by creating an air conditioner for your hand.

No, the company hasn’t strapped a mini portable fan to their racquet with duct tape. Instead, they’ve created a new technology that will air condition your palm as you play tennis. The tennis racquets will continuously circulate cooling air to your palm every time your racquet is in motion.

One of their models, the Dominator, is designed with two large air scoops above the racquet’s handle. By grabbing moving air continuously, its able to force the captured air inside the handle, where it is then blasted through holes and into your palm.

The Control Freek racquets are a remarkable idea, but it might be a nuisance the first time an individual uses the equipment. Athletes have to concentrate on the match before them and having cool air blast your palms unexpectedly could create a distraction. Aside from that, the racquets are a great invention that focuses on evolving the performance of tennis players.

To find out more information, you can visit the company’s website .

Jul 11, 2008
by Anonymous

check your spelling "its"

check your spelling
"its" instead of "it's" and "their" instead of "they're" .. hum, not very pro...

Jul 11, 2008
by Anonymous

at anonymous above

no one as far as I know have claimed they are pro's so find something else to do. Leave Joshua alone.