Time Saving Tennis Court Equipment
September 29th, 2015
by Do It Tennis
filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews
The tennis court equipment you use can have a huge impact on your practice. Obviously, tennis equipment can help you practice even when you don’t have a partner. It can even save you time when you need to get in a quick workout. Whether you need to take the next step in your tennis skills development and get your first court equipment, or you just need to update your setup, here are some options that would make a great addition to tennis practice for someone at any skill level.
Tennis Ball Mower
If you like to use a higher quantity of tennis balls during practice you could really benefit from a ball mower. The Hoag Deluxe tennis ball mower is perfect for tennis coaches or tennis club owners/managers. Now you can save time during your tennis lessons and get in more hitting time, rather than spending it cleaning up. It’s easy to maneuver and is specially designed to go along a fence line so it can get almost every ball on the tennis court. It’s simple to get the basket off of the machine and transfer the balls into your ball cart. It’s also very durable and should hold up well over the years.
Tennis Ball Hopper
Everyone could use a Gamma Whopper ball hopper. This one’s ideal for a medium amount of balls, and there are other tennis ball hoppers that hold less and some that hold more, depending on what suits your needs. Whether you are coaching someone or practicing yourself, it’s very practical and will save you time on the tennis court. Also, you won’t have to bend over as much to pick up tennis balls, which helps save most of your energy for practice. Best of all, it doubles as a basket so if you’re practicing your serves you can hit all the balls you want. This particular ball hopper is affordable and holds 140 tennis balls, which is plenty of balls to keep you busy.
Tennis Twist Ball Machine
The Tennis Tutor tennis twist ball machine is an affordable option that can replace your tennis partner.
It comes either battery operated or you can opt for the a/c plug. It can fit 28 tennis balls and will feed a ball every 5 seconds. It only weighs 11 pounds and the battery operated one can last up to 10 hours. This is a convenient option for a recreational tennis player who often practices on their own.
Tennis Rebound Net
If you don’t feel like leaving your house, you should use a tennis rebound net like this one from Courtmaster. Use this to assist in practice and get a player-like response while playing in the comfort of your own driveway. It’s very easy to assemble and when paired with a foam practice tennis ball (aka speedball), it’s just what you might need to fine tune your technique. You can easily break it down and take it to the courts to use as a warm up tool and/or even help keep you loose in-between matches and during breaks.
Portable Tennis Net (junior)
Even your little ones can get some good tennis practice away from the court with a Head ten 10 & under portable tennis net. Easily set this up in the driveway to give them some practice hitting over a tennis net before they play the real deal. As the name implies, this is specifically made for tennis players under 10 years old.
It can also be used on half of a tennis court if the kids aren’t ready to hit over the regular size net. Kids love it because they can finally hit some tennis balls without constantly getting frustrated or discouraged because they keep hitting the net.
Extra Tennis Balls
Lastly, of course you can always use more tennis balls. Keep this handy bucket of balls in your trunk so you always have enough to play with. The bucket contains 48 tennis balls which gives you plenty to keep you and your tennis partner running around.
These are just some of the fun ways you can incorporate extra training tools and court equipment into your tennis practice. Whether you’re looking to save time or wanting to get in extra practice on your own, you will love the practicality and ease of use this tennis equipment offers. Check out all the other tennis equipment and tools
you could use on the court and find what is right for you!