A Tennis Ball Machines allows You to Practice without a Coach.

Whatever the level of player you are, buying a tennis ball machine is an investment you should undertake as it enables you to practice without the need for a professional trainer (coach).

However, it is very important that you make the best choice if you want to enjoy your drilling or if you are just taking some strokes when no one is around. The versatility of tennis ball machines has been made more pronounced with the modern technology and hence the variables in programming them is virtually endless.

Before buying these machines, you need to consider the following things.
1. Budget

Buying a tennis ball machine can be quite challenging investment given that most of these machines are very expensive. In most cases, their prices can range from moderately expensive to quite expensive. Consider buying a model that fits into you budget, especially if you are buying for your personal use.

2. Power

This is one of the most important considerations you should put into account before buying tennis ball machines. Majority of these machines are designed to be powered by batteries because some tennis courts do not have a power outlet. Unfortunately, some batteries are designed to power the machine for just a few hours while others can provide power for up to eight hours. If you intend on using the machine in a court without a power outlet, then buying a portable one that is powered by batteries would be a prudent idea. Similarly, buying a tennis ball machine without a battery is the best option if your tennis court has a power outlet.
Lobster Elite Grand V Tennis Ball Machine

3. Control

Control is basically the heart of every machine and tennis ball machines are no exception. For instance, you may consider buying a design you can control remotely if you will be alone. If you cannot find such a machine that uses a remote control, then you can opt to buy them as accessories.
4. Oscillation

A machine with an oscillation feature has the ability to shoot the ball in different directions and some also have the ability to place shots randomly. You should therefore consider buying a machine with good oscillation features if you want to practice anticipating shots. Ideally, such machines are more suitable for intermediate and advanced tennis players. Also, consider buying a machine you can program its shot placement.
5. Capacity

Capacity plays a big key role in helping you decide on the design tennis ball machine to buy. These machines can hold as much as 300 tennis balls and as few as 30. If you want to practice without any interruptions, then it is worth considering the machine with a higher capacity even though such a machine would be so cumbersome to move around with. On the other hand, a low capacity tennis ball machine is lighter and hence it’s much easier to move around.

 

These are just a few things you should consider before buying tennis ball machines. For the best results, you can use your machine in conjunction with guidance from a professional coach if you want to improve your game rapidly. You can browse through some models available online before making your choice.

Vamos Rafa !! Five in a row :D !! Thoughts on the match ?

I thought Rafa played really well 😀 At some points in the match he did look a little bit rattled but he was totally solid in the end 😀 !!
Five in a row !!!
The trophy was huge haha 😛 Just as well Rafa has those huge biceps haha 😛
http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/26042009/5/photo/rafael-nadal-spain-holds-trophy-defeating-spain-s-david-ferrer.html
Thoughts on the match ?
Aww how sweet is his smile 🙂
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Melts my heart every time (L) lol 🙂

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Ok! I really don't know from where to start. I'm in the hospital from almost 4 days and no one seems to know what's wrong with me and doesn't seem like they care either. 4 days ago I was at the dentist and he inject me with an anaesthetic. After about 15 minutes after that I started to shake with my whole body my blood presure went to 170/90 they called ER but before they got there I was already stabilized. So I went home and all day I felt my heart like it was a little bigger. In the morning I woked up refreshed myself and when I started to have breakfast I got a little dizzy and my heart beat went super fast. Not a while after I started to shake with my whole body( I am not cold, I just shake), so I called 911 and they put me an injection for lowering my BP it was 160 somewhere. So the same day I got into the hospital and every morning when I woke up I get this rapid heart beat, I start to shake and my blood presure is rising instantly….after the injections my blood presure is normalised 120/80, but I can get worse anytime again…however this morning was different because yesterday i got some pills and for now they seem to work because this morning I was again shaking but with less heart beat and it released me in 5 minutes, but my blood presure was 90/55 and after the shake it was 100/60 i guess it's from the pills….but still no one knows what is wrong with me and no one can give me even some suggestions. For now all I know is that the ECG shows that everything is normal and doctors tell me that is from stress which I don't believe is true. I am 20 years old, athletic type, I have a really strong and happy relationship I can't stand doing nothing all day, I go to run, fitness, i play tennis and etc. I suggested the theory that it's from the anaesthetic that the dentist put me, because all this started from there but for the doctor it's just a coincidence. Oh and I forgot to mention that sometimes my heart beats so strong that i move with the bed literally.

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would they like a brit better?

i am not just spain heritage by the way im french to. so a mixture of european.
btw i was thinking of moving to belgrade serbia, this is why i ask.

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