Developed under the guidance of Andy Roddick and James Blake. Built by A.I. experts from Tesla and Apple.

SwingVision® is the most advanced, affordable and accessible solution for tennis training!

iPhone/iPad Features:
• Track ball speed, placement and contact point
• Analyze shot type, spin and accuracy
• Generate video highlights of your best points
• Get actionable coaching advice after each session

Apple Watch Features:
• Analyze swing speed, spin and shot distribution
• Track scores and professional-level match stats
• Use Siri to start tennis practices and matches
• Save tennis workouts to the Activity and Health apps

Use SwingVision® on Apple Watch to track your scores point-by-point, log your tennis workouts, and analyze your swing. Use SwingVision® on iPhone for deeper analysis of shot patterns, placement and accuracy. Discover nearby courts, message players in your area, and schedule matches ahead of time. Share pro-quality match highlights on social media with your scores and stats overlaid, and get coaching advice after every session.

Use SwingVision® on iPhone to track your students' scores point-by-point from the sidelines. Keep track of detailed stats like winners, unforced errors, first serve percentage, and break point conversion. Analyze your students' video highlights and match stats over time to objectively pinpoint areas for improvement.


"SwingVision is the first solution to bring sports intelligence to any court in the world, using just your smartphone. I’m thrilled to work with the team as they push the boundaries of tennis and technology." 
- Andy Roddick

"On tour, we had to pay thousands of dollars to achieve our potential on the court. Now, thanks to SwingVision, professional-grade technology is available in a handy app for tennis players of every level." 
- James Blake


Subscribe to SwingVision® Premium to unlock:
• Unlimited shot tracking per session
• Head to head records against non-Swing users
• Private notes on any match or player
• Data exporting for customized offline analysis

Subscribe to SwingVision® Pro to unlock:
• Stroke and spin type filters for placement and contact heatmaps
• Accuracy metrics (% shots in) by stroke type and player
• Smart insights pinpointing what to improve after each session
• Exclusive coaching videos and drills from top tennis pros

Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Subscription payments will be made via your iTunes account and will auto-renew within 24 hours of expiration, one month from purchase date for monthly (or one year from purchase date for yearly). Turn off auto-renew at least 24 hours before expiration in your iTunes Store settings to let your subscription lapse.

The current price of SwingVision® Premium is $9.99 USD per month (or $99.99 USD per year) and the current price of SwingVision® Pro is $19.99 USD per month (or $199.99 USD per year). Prices may vary by country.

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What’s New

Version 5.0.5

watchOS Fixes & Enhancements:
∙ Fixed a bug that caused only 10/20/30/40, etc. shots to be recorded
∙ Fixed serves being tracked as overheads
∙ Fixed random crashes while tracking practice sessions
∙ Fixed a bug where health/shot stats would disappear or not update in real time (upgrade to watchOS 6.1 for best results)

iOS Fixes & Enhancements:
∙ Continuous auto-focus (no more issues with lighting changing throughout the recording!)
∙ More accurate contact points and shot counts
∙ Cleaned up animations when playing back video or starting/ending a recording
∙ Updated video playback interface to have more intuitive navigation controls
∙ Fixed font sizes being too big on some devices
∙ Display calories in the match feed
∙ Brought back point history for game-by-game matches

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
236 Ratings

236 Ratings

The Don Fiasco ,

Not bad (updated review)

After some initial glitches to get it to work on my watch, I’ve now used it a couple of times for some hitting sessions/clinics. It sometimes misreads shots - interpreting overheads as serves, but honestly that should be expected to some degree. It also misinterpreted some other shots (volleys as flat forehands, or sometimes calling a forehand a backhand) but I would say it gets it right about 85-90% of the time, which I think is a pretty good number for a watch based swing tracker. It’s cool to look over the data after you’re done and see what a hit by hit breakdown types of shots you hit, the MPH and RPM of those shots, and the other data available to you. It’s nice that it also tells you what you need to work on and what you did well post-session/match. I’m going to keep it and see if it continues to learn my game and get better. I think it’s worth a shot if you’re really into digging into the data behind your game and how to apply that data to improve.

Developer Response ,

Hi Don, please email us at and we’ll do our best to resolve this issue. Generally the solution is to power off your phone and watch for 30 seconds and delete/reinstall the app. Doing this process a few times usually resolves any issues with the app not loading on Apple Watch. Sorry and thank you!

Va su ,


I am very happy with this app. I have subscribed for the pro version and using it 3 times a week mainly to track score, stats. The major flaw I noticed is when using the iwatch in the wrist of your forehand arm to track shots, it consistently misinterpret serves by overheads. Being a developer myself, i think an easy fix would be for the app to track the first shot of every point and every shot after a “fault” as a serve. Don't look for type of shot or movement pattern, every first shot would always be a serve.
Hope I could see that fix coming with the future version.
Other than that, I enjoy this app very much and I am happy to support a refreshing idea like this is.

Aaplmath ,

A colossal mess since watchOS 5

Swing used to be my go-to tennis workout tracker, but it's impossible for me to recommend it anymore in light of the veritable litany of bugs that have rendered the app almost unusable on watchOS 5. When the app finally manages to start a workout, glitches pervade the in-session experience: sometimes the Settings screen will persistently appear and make it impossible to view in-practice stats (or even stop the practice), workouts often fail to get saved to Apple Health, pressing the “Stop” but won’t actually stop the session…the list goes on. The Swing watchOS app has always lacked a little bit of polish around the edges, which is fine, but this degree of usability-hindering behavior often leads me to just use Apple’s Workout app and spare myself the headache. Were these issues to be ironed out, this would once again be among the best apps for an Apple Watch-owning tennis player available on the App Store.

Developer Response ,

Hi we apologize for any of the issues you’ve been having. We’ve resolved these bugs in 4.2.1. In the future, feel free to send us an email at and we will be able to address your concerns immediately. Thank you :)


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Requires iOS 13.0 and watchOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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In-App Purchases
  1. SwingVision® Premium Monthly $9.99
  2. SwingVision® Pro Monthly $19.99
  3. SwingVision® Premium Yearly $99.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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