HOW CAN I PREVENT OR AVOID A KNEE INJURY WHILE PLAYING TENNIS?
An estimated 1,130,700 Australians play tennis according to the Australian Sports Commission’s 2006 survey. The rate of tennis injury amongst Aussies is five injuries per 1,000 hours of tennis sporting activity.
Lower limb injuries are the most common tennis injuries including tennis toe, ankle sprains, acute and chronic knee injuries.
Tennis players can also be affected by upper limb injuries such as tennis elbow, wrist and shoulder injuries due to the high-velocity arm movements.
We recommend wearing Bauerfeind Sports Performance range and braces to prevent injuries which might keep you on the bench for long.
NICK KYRGIOS WEARING GENUTRAIN A3
Wearing a Bauerfeind brace or knee support can minimise your chances of a tennis injury by providing enhanced stability, proprioception and moisture-wicking medical-grade compression.
Take a look at Nick Kyrgios wearing the GenuTrain A3 during his game. The A3 features a unique massaging kneecap pad which helps in reducing pain and inflammation when your body is moving.
Bauerfeind knee braces help to promote healing with the use of medical grade compression, something not found when using basic neoprene sleeves and braces.
This added support will help stabilise your joint without limiting your ability to serve, volley, smash a ball and win your next set.
View this post on Instagram
Nick Kyrgios in the GenuTrain A3 knee support following his knee injury 🎾. If your knee is weak, swollen, painful or recovering from an injury, the GenuTrain A3 will help you with relief and stability👌. So you can get back in the game faster 👊. #motionislife . . . . . . #bauerfeindsports #sports #football #training #bauerfeindaustralia #fitness #supports #braces #shoulder #nswblues #australia #sydney #nickkyrgios #bauerfeind #comfort #workout #wrist #knee #brace #shop #insoles #compressions #tennis #sportswear #nrl #compressionwear