Wilson Tennis Balls

Written on September 4, 2009 – 5:18 pm | by thrandur |

Wilson tennis balls are the most popular brand of tennis balls in the world. When you pick up a tennis ball, chances are that its branded with the familiar Wilson logo. The ball of choice for the US Open since 1979, the balls are among the most commonly used in professional matches. Production on Wilson […]

Tennis Twist Ball Machine

Written on September 4, 2009 – 5:14 pm | by thrandur |

Is a tennis twist ball machine the right fit for you? A tennis twist ball machine is the type of machine that is perfect for beginners, intermediate players and children. There are several tennis ball machines on the market and you must choose the correct machine for your level of professionalism. There are several great […]

Lobster Tennis Ball Machines

Written on September 4, 2009 – 5:07 pm | by thrandur |

Why use Lobster tennis ball machines? Do you want to increase your tennis skills? Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, a good way to improve your game is by using a Lobster tennis ball machine. These battery operated tennis ball machines can help transform your game and help you make great strides […]

Prince Tennis Balls

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:57 pm | by thrandur |

Prince has launched tennis balls in the market. You can easily classify these tennis balls into the following three categories: – Tour series balls which have a regular felt – Tour series balls with extra duty felt and – High altitude balls with extra duty felt All the Prince Tennis balls are USTA and ITF […]

Tennis Ball Rating

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:50 pm | by thrandur |

Can Tennis Ball Ratings Improve You Game? We’ve come a long way from playing tennis with leather balls stuffed with human hair. The tennis balls of modern day are more sophisticated. Scientific studies helped form the tennis balls used in modern day matches. The question is, can tennis ball ratings improve our game? As with […]

Tennis Ball Machines

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:25 pm | by thrandur |

Tennis is a game which greatly depends on practice for success. However, many people aren’t able to find a partner all the times they would like to play, or can’t find someone at the proper level to practice with. This is where tennis ball machines come in. Tireless and never busy, these machines are always […]

Prince Tennis Ball Machines

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:05 pm | by thrandur |

Being Served by a Prince You’re standing on the tennis court first thing in the morning, racquet in hand, waiting for the serve. This morning is like countless others before; you’ll take a hundred balls or so before your lesson with the club pro, then head off to the office to push some paper and […]

Playmate Tennis Ball Machines

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:00 pm | by thrandur |

Playmate tennis ball machines come in a variety of styles and price ranges. Whatever features you’re looking for, you will be able to find a state of the art machine made by Playmate to meet your needs. The Playmate PC model is one of the higher end products that has wireless control and 8 programmable […]

Cheap Tennis Ball Machine

Written on September 4, 2009 – 3:53 pm | by thrandur |

How to Buy a Cheap Tennis Ball Machine? If you are looking for a tennis ball machine but don’t want to spend a lot of money, there is hope. There are several ways to get a hold of a cheap tennis ball machine. Here are a few of your options. Buy a Less Expensive Machine […]

Wilson Tennis Ball Machines

Written on September 4, 2009 – 12:52 pm | by thrandur |

Wilson – The Brand you can Trust for Tennis Balls and Machines To the novice, superior tennis racquets overshadow the need for solid tennis balls. But, any pro you ask, tennis balls are an essential piece to a strong game. In fact, professional tennis player’s use new balls every time they play, including practices. Have […]

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