Zepp Tennis Swing Analyzer
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- The NEW and IMPROVED Zepp Tennis Swing Analyzer
- Analyze your serve in 3D and measure the intensity, consistency, and power of your match play
- Breakdown every shot and see exactly where you are making contact on the racquet
- Get video tips, drills, and match strategy from Milos Raonic and top tour coaches
- Zepp sensor attaches to any tennis racket and wirelessly sends data to you smartphone or tablet (the same sensor also works with the free Zepp Golf and Baseball apps, mounts sold separately)
- Kindly see the Zepp Tennis User Guide for charging issues
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Meet the All New Zepp Tennis.
Zepp Tennis is a revolutionary training system (motion sensor + racquet mount + mobile app) that helps you capture and analyze your performance on the court. Just attach the sensor to the handle of any tennis racquet and swing away to get instant feedback on your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Now you can track your matches and practice sessions and get to know your game like never before.
Receive personalized reports instantly after every match or practice session to see what aspects of your game are the strongest, and where you may need to focus on improvement. Session Reports provide a complete shot breakdown, by measuring three core areas of your game; Power, Consistency and Intensity. Tap into these three focus screens to get detailed analysis on what is happening on the court along with tips and drills from Milos Raonic and top coaching professionals.
See your serve instantly in 360 Degree from any angle in 3D Serve Mode. Track your racquet from start to finish, and see at what point you’re making contact with the ball. Paired with the 3D visual you’ll see serve metrics; racquet speed, potential ball speed, spin, backswing time, and impact time.
Whether you’re playing a match or just hitting around, practice should always be done with a plan and a purpose. Zepp paves the way for improvement by empowering you to see your game like never before, analyze your swing data, compare and track your progress over time. It reveals what you’re doing well, what you need to work on, and how to improve.
How It Works?
The Zepp multi-sport sensor easily attaches to any tennis racquet—using the included racquet mount (multiple racquets) or pro mount (single racquet)—captures over 1,000 data points per second, and wirelessly sends that info to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. The Zepp sensor is also compatible with other Zepp sport apps: Zepp Baseball and Zepp Golf (baseball bat and golf glove mounts sold separately).
Zepp Tennis Swing Analyzer is a revolutionary motion-sensor training system and app that helps you analyze and improve your tennis technique. Attaching easily to any tennis racket, the analyzer wirelessly sends data to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch so you can see your swing in 3D from any angle. Track and measure shot type Track the amount of forehands, backhands, serves and smashes you hit, including the power you generate with each stroke or over the course of a whole game. You can also measure how many topspin, slice and flat shots you hit by shot type and record the amount of time you spend active on the court. Analyze and improve your game Using the Analyzer, you can now review real-time analysis of your matches on your smartphone or tablet. Use the Zepp Tennis app to track your movements, compare and share your data with others and get helpful tips to improve your game.
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timer (but so is a watch)
# of swings
sweet spot or not detector
Hard to / refuses to calibrate. You are asked to lie it on a flat surface and wait a few seconds for it to calibrate. Never can get there.
The serve function appears to need to be reset after ever serve. Very annoying. You can't just serve 20 balls and look at the serves.
Takes a while to synch to the phone / find the phone. A hassle if you are trying to get on the court.
If you need a count of hits or percentage that you hit the center of the strings, this will do that. However, if you are a lefty, it will not get the spins correct. Can't say for a righty. And I bought a half dozen mounts to put on my many racquets - now they have come out with a version 2 that has a different mount. I will not be buying version 2.
Setting the device up is pretty straight forward, just a regular bluetooth pairing and app installation, nothing a regular user should've problems with. The mouning on the racquet, by the other hand, can be tricky, specially if you are a racquethead like me: the sensor weights about 8gr, using the Pro-mount you'll add 12gr to he overall weight of the racquet, going with the flex mount it adds a whopping 20gr. This will alter the behavior of your racquet unless you customize it to retain its current balance (personally I believe that most of modern frames require more weight and a more head light balance, but that's just my opinion) or, if you already customized your frame you'll have to tweak it a little bit to keep it within your specs.
In terms of features the app is fun and the information you get.could be useful for a certain type of player, particularly beginners or coaches that can use it to detect some flaws in technique and correct it. For more advanced players i believe it will get boring after a little while, not because of the sensor itself, but how the information is presented to you, it shows you averages of three different indicators: intensity (active time vs total playing time), precision (impact zone on the string bed) and power (racquet speed at impact), but there is no context for this data, it tells you that you hit an outstanding 183kph backhand...but did you hit in the sweetspot or was it a shank? There is no way to relate this information to the memories of your session (when was this backhand, did I win that point?). If you are an experienced player with sound technique your sessions will get an above 90 average (is not really clear how this is calculated) and if you consistently hit more than 90% of your shots in the sweetspot, it would seem that there is not much room for improvement, therefore you'll lose interest in what the sensor gives you.
I believe that they nailed down the data collection part pretty good, and the sensor itself gets a good deal of information, what needs a lot of improvement is the layout of this data to become useful information. My personal wishlist:
- A data export feature so I can analyze the data in different ways
- An opponents database
- A racquets database (I believe that the sensor can play an important role in racquet selection/customization)
- Directional information (not sure if this can be done) but knowing if you hit crosscourt or down the line it's a great info
- Redesign of the all data layout using time as the leading variable, this could be done at differente level: overall sessions info will show your progress, at single session level it could give you insights on your match or practice, use it along with a tennis stats application (like tennis-math.com) or a video recording and you get a huge deal of knowledge about your tennis.
The sony sensor is much better!
I wouldn't recommend this!
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Tried it with my coach today. Backhands were recognized as serves. Very difficult to pair and configure.Read more