The Racket Bracket was co-invented by Vincent Darmohusodo and Joseph Cohen. Vince is a former
collegiate tennis player of UC San Diego and a USPTA certified tennis
Finally, Vince explained to Joe the fundamentals of the tennis swing and it got them thinking about a way to block bad habits and bring out the proper tennis swing technique. They co-designed The Racket Bracket and the rest is history. The Racket Bracket is the first of many tennis training devices that they plan to bring to the market. Joe’s Testimonial: "I had spent the last 15 years of my life focusing on fixing my swing but no matter how much I practiced I only experienced minimal improvement in my game. The problem was that I had poor fundamentals, where I used my upper body strength to generate most of my power and my wrist to adjust to different contact points. The first time we prototyped "The Racket Bracket", I soon realized that my footwork was extremely poor because I could hardly hit a single ball over the net. "The Racket Bracket" blocked my ability to execute my comfortable bad habits. I soon found myself intently focused on positioning myself in such a way that I could step into the ball at a constant contact point. My legs were killing me after only about 15 minutes of practice because I was not used to moving them so much. Now my practices are way more productive and my level of play has gone up drastically".