Check out this Kia ad. If you're a sci-fi geek you'll notice the Voltron references big time. Apparently Kia is recalling it's ad for containing some innappropriate content. I don't see it. The content is weird but I don't see it as inappropriate. Then again I suppose Nadal shoving his foot up the a#$ of a mini Nadal midget while transforming into a anime style super robot was a little over the top...
This is a very cool ad for Lacoste. Still pushing its 75th anniversary, they're launching a new "Lacoste Future" website which juxtaposes the old (Rene Lacoste footage) with the video below of what tennis might be like in 2083.
HEAD takes a look at one of the most spectacular of all shots, the "Flying Forehand."
This "most demanding strike of all the many forehand attacking possibilities in terms of sheer coordination is the flying variant" can be seen here in photos and instructions, and also here if you'd like to see a more dynamic video.
Well, traditional advertising may be dead or dying, but Nike still sure knows how to make a TV ad that gets you itching to go workout, play or compete. Here's a new Nike ad for the Hong Kong market which shows Sharapova and Federer training.
We talked about Prince's foray into the world of Wii the other day. Well, the crack jounalistic team at What's All The Racquet has found a very cool video featuring a robot that reacts to Wii movements. Eventually, it just might be the only way to beat Federer...
We're going to start a new category here at What's All the Racquet called "Tennis Videos." An uninspired name, I admit, but what won't be uninspired will be our dedication to scour the Internet in search of cool, funny or ridiculous videos that feature tennis equipment. Our hope will be that these videos speak for themselves, this one certainly does.