September 16, 2005

A Ball Machine That Actually Hits Realistic Shots

It slices...it dices...it can cut through an aluminum can and then gently slice a tomato. Well, maybe not that last thing, but check out the Serve Lift ball machine from Playmate Tennis. No more mind-numbing repetition. This baby can help you with your serve return, you can also adjust the height and lateral direction. This means it can feed you slices, overheads, and wide or inside serves. Not cheap at $3,995, but maybe you'll be able to play on the tour with such a great practice machine!

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Posted by Bob Wallace at September 16, 2005 4:48 PM

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