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Forget Slams and No. 1 rankings, these accomplishments would be EPIC.

As if competing to sign World Number 1 Caroline Wozniacki wasn't challenging enough, Japan-based Yonex even managed to find time to design a new racquet family.  Already being played by Wozniacki, Australian Lleyton Hewitt, and the lesser known Juan Monaco, check out the first glimpe of what all goes into these new racquets.

Who knew Kimiko Date-Krumm had such a powerful serve that Radwanska's head would be blown right off?!?

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One of the most popular shoes that few outside of the tennis world have heard of is, of course, the Prince T22. The successor to the popular T10 before it, the T22 beefs up the most important features to a tennis player, the stability, comfort, and durability.  Also available in a mid-height variation, which rise up to ankle level, the T22 is quite simply, a world class shoe.

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