Real-time data allows tennis players a chance to improve their game courtesy of QLIPP.
“It’s all about players improving their games,” says Donny Soh, co-founder of the Qlipp Tennis Performance Sensor.
Easily attaching to the strings of any tennis racket, QLIPP, a tennis smart sensor and the accompanying mobile app for either iOS or Android isn’t looking at changing the way users play tennis, it just wants to provide valuable data that will help users play better.
Technology is one of the prevailing themes in tennis these days and with the U.S. Open just hours away, products like QLIPP will be not only on display, but in use by players all over the globe. It’s actually the way all sports are headed.
“Whether heading out for a casual match or competing in a tournament, tennis players are always looking for new ways to improve their game,” adds Soh. “Players using QLIPP will be able to improve their game by having shot insights that have never been available before. It’s like having your own personal tennis coach with you every time you take the court. By knowing how you are hitting the ball, you can have the knowledge needed to help maximize each stroke.”
The QLIPP may not produce the quickest real-time data, but it’s some of the most accurate. This includes capture of a player’s strokes, spin, shot speed and sweet spot hits. The app is really key here as it is well designed and harvests that real-time data for the players to view. Features include comparison to other players,
QLIPP is the perfect training tool for tennis players, whether casual enthusiasts or tour professionals, to improve their game. Via the free QLIPP app, players can instantly view their data, save each session for future reference or compare their performance to others using QLIPP. One cool feature is the the app has voice feedback capability, so you can get that instant verbal feedback while on the court, kind of like having a coach standing there watching your practice session. I love what I call the “sweet spot spotter” as it lets you know where on the strings you are hitting the ball. Watch the top pros play and you will see them consistently hitting the ball in the sweet spot. You can also share your data via social media so your friends can see your progress and you can scare your future opponents. I also like that players can set goals and then try to reach and surpass them.
The QLIPP sensor fits in your strings taking the place of the vibration dampener and it adds no extra weight whatsoever to the racket. The fact that this can be used with any frame should be a great selling feature. The QLIPP works and I’m told it will work even better as time goes by. It’s a tennis sensor that a player can use to grow their game.
Preorder QLIPP now with a U.S. Open special price of $89.