From racquets to equipment and everything in between Tennis Express serves up the goods for weekend tennis warrior or players gunning for a spot someday in the U.S. Open....
From racquets to equipment and everything in between Tennis Express serves up the goods for weekend tennis warrior or players gunning for a spot someday in the U.S. Open.
Like any sporting goods outlet store, questions abound as to whether a company like Tennis Express truly embodies quality or is simply looking to score customers with low prices.
Tennis Express canâ€™t hide from the fact that they offer some of the lowest prices on the web in terms of tennis equipment, shirts and shoes. But they certainly canâ€™t be fingered as a low-brow outlet store when names such as Adidas, NIKE and Pro Kennex line the shelves of Tennis Express.
Tennis Express lives and breathes everything tennis related and thus features sections named after the major events throughout the year: French Open, Wimbledon, etc. Shoes, clothing, racquets and other items used at those aforementioned events are highlighted for customers to buy based on credibility.
Lovers of tennis and those who play the game expertly likely have a pretty good idea of exactly what to buy. But not everyone is the next Serena Williams or Roger Federer and probably could use some help in the buying process.
Tennis Express knows its stuff and quickly points the less-experienced tennis guru to its aptly titled â€œbuying guideâ€ for all the ins and outs. And that is one of main differences between Tennis Express and other tennis stores and big-box sporting goods retailers. The latter group doesnâ€™t specialize in one particular sport such as tennis and thus isnâ€™t quite as adept at the specifics of the game.
Tennis Express makes it a point to mention that their main goal is to make sure customers know exactly how and what to buy. Theyâ€™re interested in making the right sale, not just the most sales.
A quick glimpse of Tennis Express and its incredibly inventory and adherence to satisfaction, only one word comes to mind to describe how customers feel about the company: love.