Zepp Labs Adds 3D Swing Analysis To Tennis Sensor

Los Gatos, Calif. –– Zepp Labs has improved its Zepp Tennis sports sensor technology with an updated smartphone and tablet app that offers 3D swing analysis.
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Zepp Tennis users can now choose between 3D Serve Practice and Play Tracking.

Los Gatos, Calif. –– Zepp Labs has improved its Zepp Tennis sports sensor technology with an updated smartphone and tablet app that offers 3D swing analysis.

The updated app analyzes data sent by the Zepp sports sensor attached to the foot of the racket such as racket speed, ball speed potential, spin, backswing time and impact time. Additionally, a new Sweet Spot feature shows the users where on the racket strings the ball is struck.

Additional features include the ability to overlay and compare two serves, compare a serve to that of a tennis pro's or a user's coach, and view serve history and track serve trends and performance over time.

Users can also choose between 3D Serve Practice and Play Tracking, the former offering 3D serve analysis only, with the latter providing the ability to track and aggregate swing data of forehands, backhands and serves during a practice session or a match.

“3D performance analysis is something that’s never been available to tennis consumers before, and we’re incredibly proud to be the first company to offer it,” said Jason Fass, CEO of Zepp Labs. “Players know that small adjustments can make a huge impact on

their game. Using Zepp, now they can help pinpoint where to make adjustments on their serve and work on repeating their ideal swing.”

The Zepp multi-sport sensor is available at Apple stores, select Best Buy and Verizon stores and Zepp.com for $149. The new Zepp Tennis app is free and available in the App Store and Google Play.

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