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Amazon Wants You To Get Outside With This Deal On A Tennis Racquet

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With Wimbledon just ending last weekend, the next professional tennis tournament won’t be happening for over a month. People have been catching tennis fever, and want more tennis on TV. Wimbledon was exciting with many upsets, and riveting tennis play. Now, we are without tennis for at least a month.

Along with that, it’s summer time and everyone wants to get outside to get involved in some type of sport. People have more time in the day to exercise, but some sports are not for everyone. How can you continue your Wimbledon fever and get exercise at the same time? That’s where this new HEAD Ti.Conquest Tennis Racquet comes into play.

Normally $28, this tennis racquet is 25 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $28, this tennis racquet is 25 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)

HEAD Ti.Conquest Tennis Racquet (Strung) on sale for $21.25

The new HEAD Ti.Conquest Tennis Racquet will take your game to a whole new level. HEAD is widely recognized as one of the best brands in tennis, so you know you will be getting a top tier tennis product. The best part, it is now 25 percent off on Amazon Prime. Prime Day ends today, so if you want to get outside and play tennis with your friends, you have to get this product as soon as possible!

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Make sure to keep checking the Daily Dealer over the next two days for a comprehensive collection of the best deals we find on Prime Day 2018, and they are all in one place in our running list of the top discounts.

Normally $28, this tennis racquet is 25 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)

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