Apps For the Tennis Enthusiast

Smartphone apps are wide ranging. In fact, there’s an app for almost whatever niche you think of – from hobbies to daily organization to music and so much more. There are also apps for sports enthusiasts.

For those who love tennis, there are also apps specially dedicated for them. Here let’s take a look at some great apps tennis players (and wannabes) would love.

  1. FlashScore

Get the latest news, scores, stats, live text commentaries, and competition tables every day with this app. Available to both iPad and iPhone, you can now get connected 24/7 to international tennis tournaments. No need to scour the internet in search for tennis news as live feeds will be sent to your smartphone.

  1. TennisTV

At just $20 on a monthly subscription, this app lets you stream live tennis matches. Get to watch WTA and ATP tournaments and other international matches right at your mobile.

  1. My Tennis Stats

Get this app for as low as $9.99 and begin tracking your game. With this app, you can easily track a wide range of tennis statistics such as break points, first serve percentage, misses returns, and many more stats you want to keep track of. It also lets you check statistical reports for volleys, backhands, serves, and other common strokes. Continuously track your statistics through the website. A free version is also available but is only limited to 45 inputs.

  1. Hit With Me

Oftentimes, looking for tennis equipment and supplies is much easier than looking for other players. There are great review sites dedicated to tennis equipment, such as this site:, where you can find tennis racquets, balls, etc. That’s not always the case when looking for other tennis players, especially if you’re not in a tennis club. Hit With Me lets you connect with other tennis enthusiasts. You can check out nearby players and swipe through their profiles. After your match, you can leave a rating based on your opponent’s skill level and sportsmanship. Better yet, this app also includes a directory of nearby clubs and courts as well as tennis coaches.

  1. RacquetTune

Want to adjust the tension of your racquet for a great game? Install the RacquetTune app. With this app, you can determine and adjust the tension of your string. To do this, simply tap the strings and the app calculates the tension using the sound. Other features of the app include stiffness calculator and weight calculator.

  1. Coach’s Eye

Improve your game with this app. Coach’s Eye enables you to record video so you can study your form. It features different video settings such as zoom and pan, side by side videos, slow motion, drawing over video, and editing videos with annotation, audio commentary and speed adjustment. There are also premium tools such as spotlight tool and angle tool that you can purchase.

Take your tennis skills and tennis IQ to the next level with these useful tennis apps. There are still many other tennis app, just take your time and choose the one that best suits you!