SquareHit Tennis TossAssist to Coincide With US Open

SquareHit
Tennis TossAssist is a bio-mechanically designed tennis trainer that helps all
levels of players develop a consistent service toss as the foundation for
powerful and accurate serves.

TossAssist
lays the player’s wrist back to the correct angle creating a stable wrist and
hand platform to lift the ball toss to the same spot ensuring an accurate ball
toss by guiding the player to hit the landing target included with the
TossAssist.

“Over
the years I have watched amateurs and pros alike struggle to consistently time
their serve due to an erratic ball toss. Let’s face it, the serve is the single
most important stroke in the game. You will never develop a great serve without
a great toss. I love the TossAssist,” stated Brad Gilbert, world-renowned
tennis coach who led Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick to the world’s number one
ranking and now coaches

UK
rising star Andy Murray.

“When
you have a solid ball toss you can really attack with your serve because you
have the confidence that your toss will be in the right spot. If you adjust
your serve each time to accommodate a bad toss, bad things happen, especially
under pressure. TossAssist helps develop a consistent ball toss that is out in
front of the serving shoulder and in position to be struck with a confident
service motion,” stated Bow Rodgers, CEO and President of SquareHit
Tennis.

Last year
the US Open attracted 95 million viewers in 184 countries. Many of the viewers
get inspired to improve their game after having watched the top players in the
world compete at the US Open. SquareHit Tennis is introducing TossAssist in

New York at the start of
the U.S. Open at the Tennis Teachers Conference to give tennis instructors a
great new tool to motivate their students and tennis team players returning to
school.

The
TossAssist is the latest product from SquareHit Tennis. The WristAssist
introduced in 2006 is currently sold in 42 countries. Adopted by over 500
coaches, tennis instructors and thousands of players alike, this advanced
tennis training tool helps improve players’ tennis strokes fast — from the
forehand to the one- and two-handed backhand strokes and volleys.

SquareHit
Tennis, the tennis division of SquareHit Sports Inc, based in

Palo Alto, designs, develops and markets
innovative tennis improvement products.