Find out exactly what you should be putting in your tennis bag to be ready for your next training session or match.
You'll pack different things into your bag depending on how big it is.
Obviously, there are your rackets, balls and water bottle to think about, but there are also plenty of other bits and pieces that are just as important!!
If you break your strings or racket, you're going to want a spare one to hand...
Did you really think you could play tennis without balls?
Having a firm grasp of your racket is a must
It's your choice whether to use one or not. But you never know, your partner might need one.
If you break your strings mid-match and there's a Decathlon on your way home, you can get your racket restrung in record time!
Mop up the sweat you've worked up during your match or practice session!!
If you don't want your hair to get in the way, this is a kit bag essential.
Whether it's there to reduce perspiration or to keep your hair out of your eyes, a headband is so useful to have!
Are there actually any tennis players out there who've never worn a cap?
Wristbands are there to keep your face dry on the court.
Since tennis is often played outside, it's important to protect yourself from the sun so you can your match to the full!
Warm up properly so that you're totally ready when you hit the court!!
Having a change of clothes is a must, especially when it's hot.
It's not at all uncommon for laces to snap, so it's always wise to have a second pair of shoes with you.
If you're starting to flag, a cereal bar is sure to perk you up!!
Hydration is very important when playing tennis. Drinking plenty will keep you on top form throughout your match.