Women's Tennis Bags Today Are As Fashionable, Feminine And Practical As Your Stylish Tennis Apparel
Maria Sharapova's New Fall Gold Embroidered Tennis Bags From Head (See Below)
Tennis bags for women tend to fall into two basic types: Firstly, the large and mainly functional bag carried by many of the top professional women players, for bringing multiple racquets and accessories to court, and secondly, bags for the more recreational game that often have a bit more style, color and 'personality'. These smaller bags can be three pack, single racquet backpacks and holders, and tennis totes.
Generally speaking, the smaller and sleeker the bag the more stylish the design, so if you don't need to carry 12 or 9 racquets onto court, choose a smaller alternative such as a 6 racquet tennis bag or smaller.
The top women players invariably choose the same brand of racquet bag as their tennis racquet, but this needn't be the same as their apparel, as the best bags and racquets aren't necessarily made by the leading clothing brands.
This women's tennis bag looks every bit as good as it sounds. The Casanova Blue Azure tennis bag from Court Couture is going to get you noticed , but is perfectly practical. It's two racquet capacity should be fine for a friendly game at the club, so enjoy the stylish freedom a bag like this will give you.
There's only one problem with a bag as nice as this though - finding tennis dress that isn't going to be eclipsed by it's stunning good looks!.
Maria Sharapova's Head Tennis Bags - Fit For The Style Queen Of Tennis
If you look at the poll on the Tennis Dresses page, you'll see that Maria Sharapova is regarded as the most stylish woman in tennis, so not just any tennis bag will do for her.
Head have risen to the challenge of supplying the Russian style queen with bags fit to be viewed alongside her brilliant Nike tennis apparel, since Maria switched from Prince tennis racquets.
The Head Maria Sharapova Combi bag isn't just style though, with enough room for 6 tennis rackets, two of which can be stored in a climate controlled compartment. The padded straps allow you to carry all your gear in complete comfort.
If you want all the style, but don't need to carry as many racquets as Maria, then the smaller Head Sharapova Court Tennis bag is just the ticket, with compartments for up to 4 racquets, separate shoe bag and pockets for personal effects. Like the Combi, it's decorated with Maria's gold embroidered monogram.
The colors gold and white are a winning combination with most apparel designs, and these innovative tennis bags will work particularly well with Maria's exquisite Nike New York Slam Back Court Night and Day Tennis Dresses.
Volkl Produce A Practical, Pretty, Pink Tennis Bag For All Your Tennis Gear (Or Your Team!)
I've never been that keen on Volkl Tennis Bags, visually at least - they seemed to be like many of the loud and unrefined bags so widely available today.
But this new tennis bag looks likely to catch your eye for all the right reasons. It's bold but it's not brash, and has the room and compartments a serious tennis player would need.
Separate shoe and damp clothes compartments and another for keeping your racquet cool to preserve string tension, will appeal to the competant and casual player alike.
Though it's called a six racquet bag, It's really designed for about 3 plus your tennis gear, so it isn't huge. The backpack-like straps will ensure you won't have to struggle even when loaded to the hilt.
Apart from the classy Maria Sharapova tennis bags above, Head have made a big effort to make a woman-friendly range of tennis bags with a bit more emphasis on style, but while still keeping the functionaity.
With the requirements of top players in mind, there's room for multiple racquets within it's capacious body including a climate controlled section.
I particularly like the matching assortment of bags designed by Head to complement this main tennis bag, like the toiletry bag (left).
It's not shown to scale and will fit nicely into the tennis bag along with your tennis gear. There's also a sling backpack bag, a smaller tennis bag and a sports bag in the range that'll cater to any and every need you might have on court.
These bags will suit women who find some of the tennis bag styles designed purely for women a bit loud and busy, with the anthracite, white and gold coloring creating a sophisticated feel.
And if they don't notice then you can be pretty sure they're just envious. These bags are purpose built for tennis, with 2 separate racquet compartments, a cell phone and ID holder, two insulated water bottles, a large main compartment with six pockets, and a comfortable padded shoulder strap.
But it's the styling that really sets these tennis totes apart. Here you see some of their newer fashion bags, (including the brand new 'Reptilian Frost' and 'Pink Ritz' tennis totes), picked because of their sumptuous styling. There are many other new Jet tennis totes to view, if by chance none of these get your pulse racing.
Jet is now becoming more known as the 'Life Is Tennis' brand, but slightly confusingly, it's known as both at the moment.
Prince make a range of wonderful women's tennis bags and backpacks, but rather less known is the stylish range of bags they make to celebrate the Wimbledon Championships.
This one (right) is probably the most practical of the bunch as it's got all the necessary pockets and can easily haul three tennis racquets to court whilst exuding Wimbledon's unique refinement and sophistication.
The colors have been chosen to match Wimbledon's iconic purple and green decor and would look particularly striking with a white tennis dress for the full Wimbledon effect!
Another unfamiliar but equally desirable tennis bag is the Hibiscus Tote. Prince really set their imagination free with the design of this exquisite tennis racquet bag. Where else in tennis bag land can you find the combination of pink and black colors in a hibiscus floral illustration.
It seems that Prince are better aware than most that the universal big, bold and bland racquet bags aren't everyone's cup of tea. A little more substance, subtlety and style is often preferred and these bags are so much more than racquet holders.
What could be better - Buy one of the best looking women's tennis bags on the market and help a deserving charity at the same time! For every bag sold, Wilson will donate a percentage of the profit to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
This triple tennis bag has just been re-styled and looks to be just as pretty, and with all the refinements of the old one.
Actually there is something better - you could buy these Penn Championship Pink Tennis Balls, America's best selling make of tennis ball, happy in the knowledge that your pink tennis balls will match your pink bag, and that Cancer research has benefited from each purchase.
Yonex Tennis Bags - Chosen by Ana Ivanovic and Caroline Wozniacki
Women's tennis pin-ups, Ana Ivanovic, Maria Kirilenko, Caroline Wozniacki and Jie Zheng all carry these smart bags. In fact Ana's even had a Yonex bag designed and named in her honor!
The new 2012 bag has all the convenient compartments, comfort and performance features the top women players require for their every tennis need on court.
What Should You Carry In Your Yonex Tennis Bag (Or Any Tennis Bag)? Get Some Ideas Here!
Whak Sak Ultimate Tennis Totes - as Chic as Their Showy Backpacks
Famed for their outrageously showy women's tennis backpacks, Whak Sak have a similarly themed set of tennis totes, with protective compartments capable of carrying up to 4 racquets! There's separate pockets for essentials and even a detatchable cooling section to keep your drinks cool.
The Whak Sak Pennies In Heaven Ultimate Tennis Tote is a new addition to the appealing range, and it doesn't look like the designs are getting any less brilliant. To appreciate these totes you have to appreciate attention!
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