Engineered By Tennis Pros
Power is created when a perfect storm of sweet spot accuracy, racquet acceleration and timing all collide at once. As a wise person once said, "first hit the ball hard, then worry about getting it in."
Forehand Top Spin
Top spin is created by making an upwards brushing motion over the ball. Added spin will lead to greater consistency and control, and will even make the ball "jump" off the court.
Serve Racquet Head Acceleration
Racquet head acceleration is all about picking up speed as the swing progresses so that you have maximum momentum when making contact. Imagine your racquet is a sports car going from 0 to 60.
Serve speed is created first by coiling you hips and bending your knees, then by exploding upwards and timing your contact at the apex of the ball toss. Remember to keep it smooth, because trying to force a faster serve usually results in a trip to the doctors office.
The wrist snap on your serve should be a quick flicking pronation directly after making contact with the ball. Think Steph Curry holding his form right after hitting a game winning three pointer.
The split step is the act of taking a small bunny hop right after your opponent makes contact with the ball. If timed correctly your reaction time will be greatly improved and you'll be as quick as a jackrabbit.
Currently, we support iOS only. We will notify when Android app becomes available.
First device as a true vibration dampener that easily attaches to any type of racket. A direct replacement to a traditional vibration dampener which naturally fits on the racket strings. It captures motion data of highest quality to provide feedback with best possible accuracy.
Yes, the device can be easily attached to any tennis racket whether it’s an adult racket or a junior racket. The data and the metrics will not be impacted by the specifications of the racket and will provide same accuracy regardless of which racket is used.
The device is attached exactly the same way as a regular vibration dampener by pulling two middle strings apart to make room for the device to slide in.
Absolutely nothing. The device is designed to withstand direct impact with the ball under extreme conditions and not sustain any damage even when hit directly by professional tennis players.
The device grips to racket strings much tighter than a regular dampener and it is extremely rare for it to come off the racket under any circumstances.
The accuracy for all metrics is at least 95% based on a test group of 300+ beta testers from beginners to high performance players. The location of the device on the racket strings allows it to collect highest quality motion data and provide best possible accuracy for metrics.
The device feels completely natural on the racket. It is very light and does not change the balance of the racket, which is critical to keep the same feel of the racket during swing. In addition, the shell of the device is made out of silicon which the same material that regular dampeners are made of and it is attached to the racket strings exactly the same way as a regular dampener, providing soft dampening feel during the impact with the ball.
A great device for any player interested in analyzing and improving their game.
This sort of data is indispensable for players and coaches interested in improving weaknesses.
It's no bigger than a regular dampener that might already be attached to your racket.
Three Steps to set up
In less than 2 minutes, the Courtmatics
is simple to set up
intuitive to use.
Place Courtmatics in your racket strings
Sync with the app
Hit the court & gather data