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What You'll Get
A well-timed tennis grunt can help a player intimidate opponents on the court and distract judges as they list mail-fraud verdicts from memory. Complement powerful yelps with quality equipment with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of tennis apparel, equipment, and more at Tennis Zone on Miamisburg Centerville Road. This Groupon is also valid for tennis supplies on sale and clearance.
Tennis Zone outfits racket wielders of all levels and ages with gear and apparel. Drape ball-batting limbs in gear from Nike, Adidas, Babolat, Wilson, Head, Dunlop, and other top brands. Court sprinters ages 4 to 6 can defend against tennis-ball-sized mosquitoes with a Prince Airo Sharpova 21” racket ($29.95), which greets miniature hands with a lightweight aluminum-alloy frame. Men can free knees from the restrictions of pants or mummification with a pair of black Adidas shorts ($25) or gift a loyal mixed-doubles partner with a women’s Puma Summer Strappy tank ($20). Retreat from the scene of courtly battle with men’s Reebok Sportaslyde sandals ($29.99), which uses memory foam to customize comfort and keep tabs on when the dog raids your closet.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid toward strings, service, accessories or tennis balls. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tennis Zone
Tennis Zone's staff of tennis players, coaches, and experts equips customers for slam-filled showdowns with tennis apparel and equipment from brands such as Adidas, Babolat, and Nike. The staff helps competitors of all ages speed up their stroke with lightweight Tecnifibre racquets and increase court cred with polos from Adidas and feather skorts by adizero. They can also point customers toward specialized gear, such as Wilson backpacks designed with dedicated compartments for racquets, balls, and thank-you notes for ball boys.