Start the new year with tennis games and buy brand new training equipment as many training clothes and shoes are now up to 50% off at Tallink Tennis Shop. Come with the whole family as you will find various products for men, women and children by great well-known brands, such as adidas, Asics, Nike and Lucky in Love.
Offer is valid until 31.1.2020.
You are welcome to the Tallink Tennis Centre, Osmussaare 7, Tallinn.
Have a sporty New Year!
Stop by for a visit: Mon-Fri 12-20; Sat-Sun 12-19
Tel: +372 5332 9300
Wilson is the number one tennis brand used by Grand Slam winning pros around the world, including Roger Federer. With a full dedication to sports and wellness, the brand has managed to fulfil its promise to provide athletes with the world’s best equipment.
Derived from the Latin phrase, Anima Sana In Corpore Sano, ASICS stands for “a sound mind in a sound body,” making it one of the preferred brands for sports enthusiasts across the globe.
Adidas designs products for athletes who always strive for their personal best and find inspiration in sports. Through innovation, the brand helps people achieve their peak performance by making them faster, stronger, smarter and cooler.
For catering to the needs of a modern woman, Lucky in Love has put a unique twist on traditional tennis apparel. Through bright colors, unique patterns, and perfectly fitting silhouettes, the brand brings you a contemporary design combined with gorgeously feminine elements.
Founded in Lyon, France in 1875, Babolat is the first company to have specialized in racquet sports. As the world leader in producing natural gut strings, this legendary brand offers a complete range of products for tennis and badminton.
Nike creates products for today’s athlete while solving problems for the next generation. By marrying inspiration with innovation, the company has gradually turned into the biggest athletic brand in the world.
When the famous Swedish tennis player, Robin Söderling, was asked what his favorite tennis ball was, he couldn’t answer the question, so he decided to develop his own.