Donnay Formula OS EXT – Best For Tennis Elbow (Men’s Journal)

Men’s Journal writes, “Most racquets are hollow but this 9.9-ounce model is injected with tubing to product a light, shock-absorbing, solid-core frame.” Leach states, “I felt like I was driving a Cadillac. It’s smooth, easy, and perfect for anyone with shoulder or elbow pain,”

‘Tell-A-Friend’ Tennis Racquet Referral Program Promotes Camaraderie on the Court

We’d like to introduce our newest campaign – the Donnay Tell-A-Friend Referral Program! Here’s the scoop: If you refer a friend to purchase a Donnay tennis racquet, you can receive a cash rebate of up to 10% on your referral’s total purchase!

TTennis Racquet Referral Program by Donnayhe exciting part is that not only do you receive the 10% discount, but so does your friend! There is no minimum or maximum amount you have to spend in order to be awarded the discount, all you need is a Donnay account. Register for your account now, at: http://www.donnayusa.com/shop/register.php.

To ‘tell-a-friend,’ create your referral link using the Tell-A-Friend Referral Program guidelines, and share it with fellow tennis fans! If this doesn’t inspire your volley partners to shop with Donnay, we don’t know what will!

Care to play before you pay? Don’t forget that Donnay has a great tennis racquet demo program, offering one of the longest trial periods in the industry. You can test drive up to 3 of our tennis racquets for up to 3 weeks because we’re confident that you’ll love them!

Think this is a Referral Program worth chatting about? Be sure to share your thoughts with us by leaving a comment below. Don’t keep this awesome cash rebate perk to yourself, either – let your Facebook and Twitter buddies in on the secret! Go on, ‘tell-a-friend’!

Tennis Injuries Among the Young Becoming a Common Story

Tennis Injuries, Common Among KidsWhen Scott Elsass was 16 years old, he found himself a sufferer of intense shoulder pain as a direct result of his years spent playing tennis. “The summer I injured my shoulder, I had played 41 out of 42 days in a row. I had five tournaments in that stretch,” states Elsass, to the Star Tribune.

Tennis is taking a grueling physical toll on young competitors through dangerous arm injuries, like tennis elbow, affecting young players well into their high school years. Elsass was burnt out by the time he was a sophomore in high school and his doctor, Daniel D. Buss, had to coach him through an intense year-long recovery.

Sadly, tennis injuries are becoming a common story among younger tennis players. “Ninth grade is about when you start to see kids experience some soreness in elbows,” Erik Telleen, Minneapolis Washburn tennis coach said. Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center athletic trainer, Dan Christoffer, backs this up, “It’s becoming a lot more of an issue.”

Kid’s Tennis Safety: Donnay’s Focus

If Elsass’s story is a common one, why haven’t we heard more? It’s simple! The tennis industry doesn’t want players aware of the possibilities and frequency of devastating arm injuries running rampant among young players.

Why do we care? Education is the key to prevention. If you know what you’re up against, you have a fighting chance. Avoid overuse, and play with the right equipment.

At Donnay, we leverage our patented technology to manufacture tennis racquets engineered for arm safe performance. Donnay tennis racquets are designed to protect the arms of tennis players of all ages by absorbing the shock vibrations that lead to tennis injuries of the wrist, shoulder, and elbow. Through our integration of XēneCore technology, we’re able to offer players ‘arm safe performance’ via longevity, comfort, and protection.

If you feel as passionate as we do about tennis safety among kids and want the industry to be more up front with players about the potential of painful arm injuries, sign the ITF Injury Awareness petition to become part of the large cyber movement. Together, our goal is to compel the ITF to raise awareness of injuries present in the tennis industry.

Have something to say about kid’s tennis safety in tennis, or a question about Donnay’s tennis racquet technology? Let us know by leaving your comment here on our blog. We’re all ears!

Donnay Tennis Racquets ‘Take a Swing’ at Blogging with New ‘Arm Safe Performance’ Blog

Whether you already know and love Donnay, or you’re just getting to know Donnay – our ‘Arm Safe Performance’ blog is going to be your one stop shop for Donnay tennis racquet news and tennis safety information.

What Do We Know About Tennis Racquets?

The Donnay wheels started spinning in 1910 when Emile Donnay founded the company. “In 1934, the Donnay company built its first wooden tennis racket.” By 1969, Donnay brand tennis racquets were the choice of the world’s top players including Rod Laver, Margaret Court, Cliff Dysdale, Bjorn Borg and Andre Agassi. Want to know who’s playing with us now? Check out our current list of Donnay tennis pros at: http://www.donnayusa.com/pros.php.

Donnay Tennis Racquets Launches Arm Safety Performance Blog“Donnay is a heritage tennis brand for the ages. Donnay racquets have been used to win every major tennis tournament in the world and continues its heritage today” with the Donnay X-Series™ racquets which use XēneCore™ technology. “XēneCore’s multiple core and versatility enabled Donnay to create “Shock Armour,” where cavities are closed and open to prevent the dissemination of shock to the arm. As a result, the game of tennis is able to advance to the next level of performance while gaining control, stability and safety.”

For the first time in tennis, racquets can provide safety without limiting performance.

Arm Safe Performance: Hit the Court with Donnay

We’re not the type to just sit in the stands acting as spectators. We like to be on the court, in the middle of all the action. We know tennis, and we know tennis racquets. Now, we want you to get to know us.  Visit us often on our Donnay blog to stay updated on the latest tennis ‘racket.’

Have questions or comments? Drop us a line on any post that raises an eyebrow.

Feeling more social? Connect with us on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/Donnay, and Twitter, https://twitter.com/DonnayUSA.

We look forward to hearing from you, and meeting your tennis racquet and safety needs.