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Thanks to Sponsor String n Swing

Thanks to String n Swing for being the top sponsor for the 2017 Junior Team Tennis State Championships!

jtt_stateFor over 45 years, String n Swing Tennis has been supporting tennis with its people, service, philanthropy and products. It has everything one needs for tennis, from ball machines to racquets to apparel and shoes, with lots of selection to take home today! There are stores in Memphis and Nashville and a Tennis Machines business in St. Louis.

Its business unit in St. Louis, Tennis Machines, invented the stringing machine in 1934 and has been selling stringing and ball machines backed by our superior service and warranty work ever since then. String n Swing is also the exclusive distributor of Prince stringing machines, including the Neos 1000, Neos 1500 and the Prince 7000. JC Carpentier, the manager, has been with String n Swing for over 24 years and is widely regarded as the expert on all stringing and ball machines.

With its storied history and decades of experience, it’s no wonder that String n Swing is the go to store for all tennis players, from beginners to pros and every skill level in between. Its knowledge of the game and quality products have helped grow and develop the skills of thousands of tennis players from various areas, even helping a few turn pro.  

jtt_state_2String n Swing Tennis has been supporting Memphis area tennis players for 45 years and Gary, Jennifer and Matt have helped me tremendously since I was 12 years old. Throughout my entire tennis career, they have provided me with the best equipment, advice and support I could have asked for. In juniors, I played at Wimbledon, the US Open and the Australian Open, and just completed my collegiate career at UCLA where I was a 4-time all American and NCAA & Pac-12 Champion. As I begin my career as a pro tennis player, I’m excited to continue my relationship with String n Swing Tennis.” – Memphis native and professional tennis player, Catherine Harrison