SwingVision uses shot tracking and video analysis to improve your game without the help of a coach. The app uses artificial intelligence to analyze your play to provide personalized recommendations.
The company was founded by Swupnil Sahai. Sahai previously worked on Tesla Autopilot. Other SwingVision team members include D1 tennis players from UC Berkeley and iOS engineers from Apple
Former world number one Andy Roddick and former Top-10 player James Blake are investors in SwingVision.
How does SwingVision work?
You set up your iPhone behind the baseline to record the video of your play. Phones can be mounted on a tripod or on a fence using a fence mount. You need at least 5 GB of storage available on your phone. 5GB is sufficient for recording 1 to 1.5 hours of play.
Video Analysis And Recommendation
Video analysis shows your match stats, shot distribution around the court, spin, ball speed, serve placement and racquet contact heat maps.
The app tracks your footwork, court positioning, and your posture. It even has line calling if you have disagreements about your opponent’s line calling.
You can use the stats provided by the app to make changes to your game. You don’t need a coach to identify areas for improvement. The app does that for you every time you hit the court.
How much does it cost?
The basic plan is free. It allows you to track 1500 shots and has limited features. The Pro-plan is $9.99 per month. You can get the plan details here.