Zepp Tennis 2 Swing & Match Analyzer
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- Track key performance metrics for each swing including; stroke type, ball speed, ball spin, sweet spot and more
- Smart rally capture technology automatically captures each rally Turning them into Individual clips for you to review
- Automatically rank on the leaderboard using your recorded match results. Challenge opponents to move up in the rankings
- Join the community, check-in at courts you play on, Meet new friends, keep Track of their stats, and share your best moments
- The Zepp sensor easily attaches to any tennis Racquet to capture over 1, 000 data points per second, and wirelessly sends that info to your Smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth
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Zepp tennis 2 is an evolution of the world's most powerful swing analyzer. Track practice and match statistics, and compare against other players to gain powerful insights about your performance instantly. With new smart capture technology, you can easily record video of each Rally then generate and share your match highlight reel. Simply attach the sensor to your racquet and let Zepp help you become the player you ASPIRE to be.
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I attached the Zepp 2 to my 2017 Wilson Burn 100S tennis racket, using the provided "insert mount". In the Wilson tennis racket, I popped out the "W" cover with a small screwdriver and inserted the Zepp provided "insert mount".
After charging the Zepp 2 sensor, I attached it to my racket by turning it into the racket mount. It seemed secure to me, but it does stick out.
I installed the free Zepp app from the iTunes store on my iPhone 7. It easily found and connected to my Zepp device.
After playing two matches, I checked the recorded stats on my iPhone. The statistics look alright -but not very detailed - I was hoping for better.
Having played a few matches, I can now report my findings on this new Zepp 2 Tennis sensor.
* Works well with my Wilson Burn 100S racket (and without any special adapters)
* The sensor sticks out at the end of the racket (and I find the extra length obtrusive). I did not like it's presence when changing hand grips.
* Why didn't the designers allow it to be placed inside the racket? There is plenty of room inside the racket's handle
* Turning it off/on is really stupid:
Holding the on/off button for 4 seconds turns the sensor off or on - but whether or not it's turned on or off is hard to tell. A separate OFF/ON buttons would have been nice.
* There is no "on" indicator - the designers should have at least used a blinking led or something. Once when I though I turned it on - I actually turned it off. (The difference is in the white blinking led: 2 quick blinks means zepp is on; dimming white led means it is off). What were the engineers thinking?
* Charging cable is also poorly designed. Why invent a whole new connector when a micro-USB would have worked as well? It kept falling off my zepp.
* Zepp iTunes app was a bit buggy. One time, it locked up while syncing with the Zepp sensor.
The user interface is fairly simple and probably no harder to use than your average App. So, if you have trouble with Apps in general, than this one probably won't be easy either. The biggest issue with this and other App sensors is their ability to stay connected through BlueTooth. In many cases, range is important, and unless you want to practice tennis with your phone in your pocket, you may have range problems. Disconnections are fairly commen, but you can use the sensor "offline" and then when connected, the sensor will send the saved swings over. The main problem with this is that you don't get the immediate feedback that is needed to know a good swing from a bad one.
I also believe that the videos could be much more useful if they are provided alternative ways to hit the ball. Namely, classic players use a very long stroke and often do not hit topspin (or much of it). This starts with the grip selection, and is associated with an entirely different swing motion. The software tutorials are very generic and not customizable, something that would provide a huge benefit if they had a simple questionaire that asked you some questions about your approach to hitting.
But with all of this said, these sensors are still VERY cheap compared to getting lessons from a pro. The pro can obviously quickly identify problems and make corrections, but after the lesson you may not really have enough reps to change your muscle memory. That is the reason that a sesonr like this one could have great value. Namely, it allows you to practice between sessions and reinforce the correct stroke that the pro taught you. This is done by examing the recorded swing path in teh graphical interface. So, the hybrid approach is really the best and fastest way for improvement. As someone who likes to work things out on my own, I think great progress can be made with just the device itself.
Overall, Zepp has been around for a while and offers a product that really accelerates improvement. But you HAVE to pay attention to the data, and interpret it correctly! It's incredibly important to try and understand what you're doing during your good swings so you can reteach your body and mind to repeat this without thinking. I think this is a great gift for a tennis entusiast, but keep in mind, there are practical limits on utility. I wish that it worked perfectly every time recording swings, but it doesn't and even requires periodic reset.
Most off the people practice more than play ! It’s hard to set the app to practice mode, to bee honest I’m not sure if i got it yet!
Once you get to record your “session” the data collected is not well presented! You can only access a short lousy resume of your session, “X” forehand shots with “YY”% on sweet spot, average speed and average rotation, and that’s all you are going to get, forget to analyze you data and you shots over time! This second generation sensor is much better than the previous one, smaller, smarter, have a better mount (i do use the insert mount), and you don’t have to calibrate before use it, they really improved the sensor itself, but the app is really the week point.
I really don’t recommend this sensor. I have tried other brands, and there is better options at least for me! I still prefer the discontinued Sony smart Sensor ... soo far the best one ...