All strokes in a match, from the manual start to the end, are automatically tracked.
Approx. 3-5 million data are tracked per match.
Permanent output of the current results based on point input. Display of match, set and game scores.
Point entry by means of two simple predefined movements.
In addition, Winner and Unforced Error information can be recorded by means of motion control.
Support of the Match tiebreak rule for the third set.
The points last recorded can be deleted and newly recorded by means of a corrective function. This enables you to go back in the score point by point.
Audio messages can be recorded at any point in the match; they can later be acoustically reproduced locally on the PC.
This function is also used for recording information on a match (opponent, surface, tournament etc.)
Using the pause function, the recording of a match can be paused and resumed again at any time.
Choice of various match rules.
All strokes of a training unit are automatically tracked.
Continuous display of the total training duration and length of tag (see tag function).
During training, various units can be divided by means of the tag function, e.g. warm-up, baseline training etc.
Audio messages can be recorded at any point in the training; they can later be acoustically reproduced locally on the PC.
Using the pause function, the recording of a training session can be paused and resumed again at any time.
Import of match and training data from the data tracker KIT.
Processing and supplementation of imported match and training units with further information such as name of opponent, place of tournament and category etc.
Upload of the recorded match and training data into the personal user account on the KITRIS server.
Firmware upgrade of the data tracker KIT.
Effective visualizations of individual matches at match, set and game level. Valuable information on point statistics, breakball ratio, forehand and backhand frequency, ball-in-the-game duration, service statistics, number of strokes etc.
Depiction of tournament activity with easy-to-read
information on matches won/lost, as well as sets, games and points.
Effective visualization of training sessions, if required divided into training sequences such as baseline or service training. Interesting information on active and passive training time, number of strokes, forehand to backhand ratio etc.
Chronological depiction of activities with detailed information such as training frequency, forehand to backhand ratio, focus on match-relevant strokes etc.
Effective visualization of all strokes over time with filtering options based on time, training and tournament, etc.
Sharing personal match and training data with friends.
Access option granted by players to selected coaches who can then view all training and match data.
(available for coaches - not part of Webclient Standard )
Online feedback tool with extensive functions for comparison of several matches and training units to help the user identify typical victory and defeat patterns. Benchmarking function for cross-reference with players of varying performance levels.
Valuable information for players and coaches on the decisive success factors (tactical, mental, technical and physical factors) and for the planning of further training units and tournaments.
(scheduled for 2016 - not part of Webclient Standard)
Depiction of the calorie consumption and the distance covered in training units and matches.
(scheduled for 2016)
Various national and international rankings based on the type of tournament, competition level and individual considerations such as breakball ratios, tiebreak efficiency etc.
(scheduled for 2016)
Device with Internet access for data upload and access
PC with operating system Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10
The launch of the KITRIS Tennis HUB software for Apple devices is not yet scheduled. It will not be possible to run the software Tennis HUB on an Apple device before it is made available. If Boot Camp is installed on your Apple device and you have a Windows license, the
Tennis HUB software will work.
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