The Slinger App has gained attention in sports technology, changing how tennis players approach their game. By using artificial intelligence (AI) and Gameface technology, this app provides players with detailed data to improve their skills and satisfaction on the court.
What makes the Slinger App unique is its ability to analyze data from uploaded practice or match videos. It’s the first app to effectively use AI for tactical analysis, giving players valuable insights for their training. Plus, it’s available on both iOS and Android.
Creating an app like this was a challenge. The developers had to create recognition learning for different playing styles and techniques in modern tennis. With so many variations, the AI needed to analyze and give accurate feedback for each player’s approach.
During beta testing, the Slinger App got attention from professional coaches and players. Darren Cahill, the ATP Coach of the Year, praised the app for its feedback, saying it helps players at all skill levels.
Club-level testers were impressed too. One tester said, “I just started exploring the Slinger App, and I love its design. The highlighting of the player’s body to show the monitored areas is really cool!”
The Slinger App focuses on four key parts of a player’s game: Hitting Foundation, Shoulder Rotation, Weight Drift, and Hitting Contact. Through video analysis, the app gives scores for each part and offers tips to improve performance. By breaking the game down like this, players can identify areas to work on.
Mike Ballardie, CEO of Connexa Sports Technologies, is happy with the feedback. He said, “We’re really pleased with the feedback on the Slinger App. It comes from professional coaches and everyday players. It shows the app can change how tennis is played and coached.”
The Slinger App is easy to use and works with one camera or smartphone. It’s for players of all ages and levels. It encourages regular use to track progress and gives insights to help players reach their full potential.
Over 500 testers worldwide have used the Slinger App. Connexa Sports Technologies plans to launch the app in February 2024 and introduce a subscription service with more analytic features.
The sports AI market has potential, with estimates saying it could reach $2.1 billion by 2022. The Slinger App is at the forefront of this market.
As players look for ways to improve, the Slinger App combines technology and insights to help them. By using AI and video analysis, tennis players can unlock their potential and perform better on the court. The Slinger App is set to change how players train, learn, and compete, bringing in a new era of tennis analytics.