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A Maggie Mather tennis tote can be a powerful ally on the court

I imagine that the woman who carries a Maggie Mather tennis bag wants function and style but she doesn’t want huge lettering all over the bag. She has excellent taste beyond the tote and the tote is the accessory to match how she looks.”  ~ Lynne Burns.

Lynne Burns, owner and designer of Maggie Mather tennis totes for women has no degree in designing, but she comes from a long line of artists and clothing designers and said she knows what she likes.

The very first Maggie Mather bags were golf totes that she sewed by hand. But when golf started to lose popularity, Burns switched her creative attentions to the tennis market. She was no newcomer to the game of tennis; she had been playing since she was a young girl. Making the switch from golf to tennis went over agreeably for her.

“You can spend hours on the golf course, but with the way people have so little time these days, tennis is a fast game, it’s good exercise and great social interaction,” she said.

As with all Maggie Mather bags, the clean lines and elegant colors appeal to the tastes of the creator.

“The design reflects how I like things, not cluttered,” she said. “The important thing is that people enjoy the colors. That makes us feel really good.”

A new Maggie Mather tennis racquet bag came out this year. The “violin case” racquet bag holds up to three racquets and comes in macaw green or fuchsia with black and white zebra lining. A pewter version with pink and white zebra lining will be available in October. 

“We love bright colors and the zebra lining,” Burns said. “I love looking in a bag and seeing something fun pop out at you.”

Not only are Maggie Mather tennis totes and racquet bags attractive and fun. The price is attractive, too. The simple and practical design of these tennis bags drives down the cost of production without losing any necessary features. 

Here is a tennis blogger who fell in love with the Maggie Mather fuchsia tennis tote and even attributes her performance on the court to the bag. We all know the power of a great purchase!

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About tennisdiva619

I am a tennis-loving journalist who has decided to make it my job to find the best information on the web relating to tennis products and supplies. Gathering this information for your convenience can save hours of weeding through product endorsements and gimmicks (hours that I myself have had to endure). I have interviewed owners and manufacturers, including, but not limited to: Jill LaCorte of Cortiglia, Liz Waggoner of 40 Love Courture and Lynne Burns of Maggie Mather. I will continue to seek out owners, designers and manufacturers of all the top names in tennis and share that information with you here.

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