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Recuperation: How to Overcome the first Obstacle in Tennis

Anyone who steps on a tennis court will face two direct obstacles; the net and your opponent. The net should be the first to worry about, but should not be your nemesis.

 

What is above the net? The sky is the limit. It might be easy for some players to hit over the net, but for others it might be a nightmare, especially during a match. Obviously people are going to make mistakes and will put the ball in the net no matter what. You might know by now that tennis is a game of errors and the less you make those errors, the more chances you have to win the match.

 

Unforced errors can be divided into two categories; the net unforced errors and the out long, or alo known as wide errors.

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Tennis Rebound Nets | Do It Tennis

Tennis Rebound Nets | Do It Tennis | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
Tennis rebound nets at Do It Tennis. Deluxe and portable models available. Call (866) 900-3648 for more information.
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A DIY Weekend Project

A DIY Weekend Project | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

Throw down a slab of cement, paint on some lines, and put up a tennis net; how hard can it be?

 

It sounds easy doesn’t it? But before you grab your paint brush and rake, you need to do your homework, as there are many factors to consider when building a residential tennis court; playing surface, positioning, type of net, grading, excavation, and retaining walls; that’s the short list and doesn’t even scratch the surface. A DIY weekend project? Hmmm, maybe not.

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Rally Master Backboards: 'Top of the Line' May be an Understatement

Rally Master Backboards: 'Top of the Line' May be an Understatement | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

"Materials So Durable, You Can Shoot Lacrosse Balls At It!

 

When you shell out money for a tennis backboard, you want it to last awhile. That means taking the abuse from balls hitting it thousands of times and extended exposure to UV rays over a period of several years."

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WikiAnswer to: What are some good tennis rebound nets?

WikiAnswer to: What are some good tennis rebound nets? | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
Several companies make quality tennis rebound nets. Rally Master and Bakko make several that you can use in a club or home setup.
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Answer to: Are Rally Master backboards any good? || WikiAnswers

Answer to: Are Rally Master backboards any good? || WikiAnswers | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
Yes, Rally Master backboards are good, in fact, they are among the best in the industry. They are made of a dense plastic material that is very.
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What To Look For When Buying A Tennis Stringing Machine

What To Look For When Buying A Tennis Stringing Machine | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

There are many factors that go into playing tennis effectively that go beyond a player's skill or training. Equipment must be set up properly for the player using it and the conditions it will be used under. One of the most critical features of tennis equipment is the string tension on a racquet. In order for this tension to be set properly, a tennis stringing machine must be used and configured properly, allowing the racquet to perform well and respond to demanding conditions typical of tournament play.

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For an honest game provide tennis scorekeepers

For an honest game provide tennis scorekeepers | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

Tennis coaches with several courts running at one time know the value of a good scorekeeper.

 

The professional tennis score card set by Courtmaster is one of the most durable and professional looking scorekeeper sets and is easy to use. Large O-rings attach the red and black numbered cards to the stand for easy flip-and-go action. The only problem players will have changing the score is when they lost a hard earned point. With score, set and blank name cards there will never be cause for score confusion during a match. The entire post and card set weighs only 3 pounds and the cards are coated with exterior-grade styrene to ensure a long product life.

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You and Your Tennis Rebound Net

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Traditional practice aids like ball machines and backboards can get noisy. Clubs and courts that have more than one board or machine can get even noisier with multiple players and that could break the concentration of even the most focused individual.

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Don't forget the tennis posts

Tennis posts may be one of the most forgotten pieces of equipment on the court; that is, until a player runs full force into it.

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10 and Under Tennis: Same Game Just Smaller Tennis Nets, Courts and Equipment

10 and Under Tennis: Same Game Just Smaller Tennis Nets, Courts and Equipment | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
In 2008 the USTA launched the Quickstart program with the hopes of getting kid`s involved in the sport. It later changed its name to 10 and Under Tennis but the goal remained the same.
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UK Tennis Club Welcomes New Member: A Tennis Ball Machine

UK Tennis Club Welcomes New Member: A Tennis Ball Machine | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
The Masham Tennis Club in the UK welcomed a new member to the team; a brand new Tennis Tutor tennis ball machine! Part of the Masham Sports Association, the Masham Tennis Club aims to “provide su...
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Complete the court with tennis benches

Complete the court with tennis benches | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

Tennis courts are a place of action and adrenaline, but there are times when players need to rest or friends want to watch, courts with tennis benches say sit down, stay awhile and get your game on when you’re ready.

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Tennis Ballhoppers, Baskets, & Tubes | Do It Tennis

Tennis Ballhoppers, Baskets, & Tubes | Do It Tennis | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
Tennis ballhoppers, baskets and tubes at Do It Tennis. Call (866) 900-3648 for more information.
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Lower the Tennis Nets!!

Lower the Tennis Nets!! | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
Whether you are an avid tennis player looking for a way to enhance your game, someone looking for a new sport that will get you moving, or searching for an inter- generational sport the whole family can play together; gather 'round the tennis net...
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Tennis Benches as Recycled Recliners

Tennis Benches as Recycled Recliners | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

"The other day I found myself sitting on a bench made of an interesting material. I would not have given it a second thought, but I realized I wasn’t burning my bottom on hot aluminum or steel. The material was brown. Brown I wondered? Upon looking a little more intently on this brown seat to rest and recline my tired body, I saw a decal that read the bench was made with 1,050 recycled plastic milk jugs. I was impressed."

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My Adventures in Tennis - Multiple Benefits of Bakko Backboards

My Adventures in Tennis - Multiple Benefits of Bakko Backboards | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

"Throughout the decades, the Bakko backboards have taught thousands of people from all walks of life how to play tennis. Not only do backboards replace a live tennis partner or an instructor, but the “green wall” helps all-level players to warm-up before a game. Famous tennis champions like John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and the Williams sisters are backboard graduates."

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Answer to: What is the best Playmate ball machine available?

Answer to: What is the best Playmate ball machine available? | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
The top of the line Playmate ball machine is the Playmate PC. It can be used with any controller and has a remote controller that does not require you.
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Umpire Chairs: More Than Just a Seat

Umpire Chairs: More Than Just a Seat | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

No matter what you do with an umpire chair, officiate tennis matches or use it as a lifeguard tower, it is important to do your research before you purchase.

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The Tension Challenge: Finding The Right Tennis Stringing Machine to Overcome It

The Tension Challenge: Finding The Right Tennis Stringing Machine to Overcome It | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
Anyone familiar with the process of stringing a tennis racquet knows that the biggest challenge to doing the process right is maintaining the proper tension in the strings while passing them through the various holes vertically and horizontally.
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Improve your game in peaceful quiet with tennis rebound nets

Improve your game in peaceful quiet with tennis rebound nets | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

The rewards of tennis rebound nets are more practice time, increased muscle memory and better form on the court.

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Make Your Indoor Court a Place of Victories With Tennis Backdrop Curtains

Make Your Indoor Court a Place of Victories With Tennis Backdrop Curtains | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

The high velocity of the small green tennis ball as it sails back and forth across the court during a match can make it hard to see and it can quickly become a dangerous weapon of stealth, unless it is made more visible against a darker blue, black, green or red tennis backdrop curtain.

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Tennis Posts for the Serious Court Owner

Tennis Posts for the Serious Court Owner | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it
What makes a tennis court a tennis court is the posts. That seems a simple enough conclusion, but how do you go about making sure the tennis posts you purchase are the best investment for your dollar?
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Tennis Backboards Teach Tennis to Thousands - Web Tennis 24

Tennis Backboards Teach Tennis to Thousands - Web Tennis 24 | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

In order for athletes to improve their tennis skills, they must play regularly with an opponent. Not necessarily! Individual players can prepare for upcoming matches by playing against tennis backboards. Players can repeatedly practice different drills to improve volleys and ground strokes. Backboards are also a great tool for tennis players to “warm-up” prior to a match. This tennis wall, often referred to as the game’s best kept secret, is perfect for solo players and for doubles teams.

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Protect your court, your players and your liability with a tennis court divider net

Protect your court, your players and your liability with a tennis court divider net | Tricked-Out Tennis Court Equipment | Scoop.it

"Tournament facilities with several tennis courts side-by-side and back-to-back can quickly become a confusing and sometimes dangerous place, that is, unless tennis court divider nets are used."

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