We’re lucky to have some talented contributors to Tennisnerd.net. Here is an overview of our current Tennisnerd contributors, but we’re always looking for more.
Henrik Wallensten, Racquet Reviewer
Henrik Wallensten is an advanced tennis player, Davis Cup stringer, and long-time racquet reviewer for the Swedish tennis magazine and Tennisnerd.
Here are some of his posts and our podcasts together.
Evan Gaudreau, Coach and analyst
Evan Gaudreu is a former D1 college player and currently a coach for high level college players and recreational players in his area. He writes match analysis pieces and has fresh and different take on the game.
We have done a few podcasts together discussing pro players, combos, plays and tennis tactics.
Rush Walters, Pickleball
Rush Walters is our pickleball reviewer and writer. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the United States and many tennis players play a bit of both, which is why it makes sense for the tennisnerd audience.
University student, tennis coach and tennis fan, Alex Mann predicts matches and draws for us. Check out his Wimbledon predictions as a great example.
James is a tennis nerd who loves to talk about molds, layups and tennis racquet history.
Check out his pieces about HEAD here.
Ferenc Ferdinand Weisz
Ferenc is an intermediate player who loves testing new racquets and strings.
Here is an example of his reviews.
Oak Gast is a 4.5/5.0 tennis player in San Luis Obispo, CA. As a product specialist at Tennis Warehouse, Oak oversees orders and customer communication internally within the racquets department. Additionally, Oak uses his M.A. degree in English to develop writings around various equipment, such as racquets, strings, and shoes, and the geopolitical significance of tennis as an international sport. Personal research topics include modality of information, Romantic literature, and film studies.
Landon started playing tennis early and competed in USTA Junior Tennis growing up. After taking a long break from tennis until his 30s, Landon now plays UTR and on a Men’s USTA 4.0 team in Denver, CO. Knowing very little about gear until his return to tennis, he has enjoyed trying all the new string and racquet technologies on the market while optimizing his game and getting on the court as much as possible. Landon has also regularly contributed to Tennis Warehouse racquet and string play tests and play-tested gear directly for multiple racquet and string brands.
4.5 all-court player who plays with a one-handed backhand and uses a semi-western grip on the forehand. I played division I collegiate tennis from 1997-2001.
Currently customizing a Wilson Blade Team V8. Racquet most nostalgic for: Prince Graphite II Mid Plus.
Check out Mark’s article about racquet customisation.
Kevin Zebroski is a fiction writer from New York. He has an MFA in Fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Check out his article, Why is Tennis More Awkward Than Dating.
Roger F is a tennis enthusiast in the computer industry that enjoys writing a variety of tennis content. Guess Roger F’s favourite player? :)
Oddspunter is our anonymous betting and odds expert.
Do you want to contribute to Tennisnerd?
We’re always looking for talented writers with a slightly different take on tennis. You can review racquets, write about tennis history, players, events, tournament predictions, draw breakdowns, shoe reviews, string comparisons, padel anything that is well-written and relevant to tennis nerds the world over.