Advancements in gear, apps, and more are changing the game.
Long-deemed a traditional gentleman’s game, tennis has always been steeped in history. Slowly but surely, though, today’s technology has been changing the sport. No. 1 in the world Novac Djokovic’s racquet is made from Nobel-prize winning material. Top coaches use super iPads to track analytics in real-time. Big-name sporting goods companies like Wilson are developing tech-infused products.
So, in light of tennis’ final slam, we've rounded up some of the ways technology and sport are merging to improve performance—from stat-tracking apps to top-of-the-line gear expertly designed for the courts.