Zepp Tennis Sensor

  • $99.95
  • Overview

    The Zepp Tennis training system consists of a motion sensor, racket mount, and mobile app for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch that helps you capture and analyze your performance on the court. Just attach the sensor to the handle of any tennis racket and swing away to get instant feedback on your iOS device. Now you can track your matches and practice and get to know your game like never before.

    Understand your game in an entirely new way

    Now you can get instant feedback and measure your performance while you're playing. The Zepp sensor tracks shot type (serve, forehand, backhand, smash), power, spin (topspin, slice, flat) and your total court time and active time (rallying or playing points).

    Practice with purpose and play your best

    Whether you're playing a match or just hitting around, your practice should always have a plan and a purpose. Zepp paves the way for improvement by letting you see your game from different perspectives: Analyze your swing data, compare and share it with others, and track your progress over time. It reveals what you’re doing well, what you need to work on, and how to improve.


    Capture and review your match performance and practice sessions

    Track shot type (serve, forehand, backhand, smash), power, spin (topspin, slice, flat), and total court time and active time

    Compare and share your swing data with others

    Lightweight sensor and racket mount

    Easily attaches to any tennis racket and sends data via Bluetooth wireless to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

    Captures more than 1,000 data points per second

    Zepp sensor also works with Zepp Baseball (bat mount required) and Zepp Golf (glove mount required)

    Did you notice?

    The lightweight sensor attaches to your tennis racket where it captures real-time information about your swing.

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    Analyze and improve your tennis game with the data collected on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

    What’s in the Box?

    Zepp Tennis Sensor

    Racket mount


    Free mobile app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

    Tech Specs

    Power Source: Battery Power

    Height: 0.42 in./1.08 cm

    Length: 1.08 in./2.75 cm

    Width: 1.08 in./2.75 cm

    Weight: 0.21 oz./6.3 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: ZA1T1AP

    UPC or EAN No.: HE541


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    Warranty: One-year limited

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  • Answers from the community

    • Does it work with Squash?
      • Asked by Hesham A from GARDEN CITY
      • on Jan 6, 2016


      With the soft mount it fits prefect to a squash racket. As tennis is different you can not get to mu With the soft mount it fits prefect to a squash racket. As tennis is different you can not get to much relevant information about your squash game. Forehand and backhand strokes are correctly indentified and counted, but, as natural for tennis, the serve is overestimated compared to squash, where you often use a softer (not weaker!) serve... You get a good overview about the amount of strikes over the game and how well you hit the ball with the sweet spot, but for squash the slice, topspin and flat strikes are of an much smaller effect and so the rewarding information is limited due to the difference between squash and tennis. A customized interface for squash instead of the tennis app would improve the information collected, but it is not to much likely that this will be available soon... I like the Zepp Tennis Sensor and use it for all my squash training sessions to count the amount of strikes I've done. (Usually 700 in one hour, solo 1000...1200 in one hour...)

      • Written by Richard K from Maulbronn
      • on Mar 30, 2016
    • How does it track score?
      • Asked by Lori H from Westport
      • on Jun 6, 2015
    • Will this analyze your racquetball swing?
      • Asked by Jerry B from Portland
      • on Aug 25, 2014


      Currently this product is not designed to analyze a racquetball swing.

      • Written by Elliott M from Campbell
      • on Nov 6, 2014


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