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SIBOASI Mini tennis ball training machine T2000B

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SIBOASI Mini tennis ball training machine T2000B can be used by three ways,you can choose the way you want according to different requirement.

  • 1. Mini remote control;
  • 2. The machine is used for serving only;
  • 3. The training net can be used separately;
  • 4. The training net and tennis rebound board can be used together.
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    Product Highlights:


    1. Comprehensive tennis skill drills with functions of ball feeding, ball returning, and ball bouncing.

    2. Smart tennis machine feeding balls, tennis training net returning balls, bounce board bouncing balls;

    3. Help users to improve fundamentals (forehand, backhand, footwork) and ball-hitting accuracy:

    4. No need to pick up the ball frequently,no need playmates.

    5. Good for both single training and double training. Good for having fun, professional tennis training, or parent-child activities;

    6. Good for both tennis beginners and professionals.

    Product Parameters:

    Voltage  Input 100-240V Output 24V
    Power  120W
    Product size  42x42x52m
    Net weight  9.5KG
    Ball capacity  50balls
    Frequency  1.8~7.7s/ball
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    How to start playing tennis for a beginner?

    If you are a beginner who wants to start playing tennis, the following steps will help you get started: Get the right gear: Start by getting a quality tennis racquet that suits your skill level and style of play. Go to a sporting goods store or consult a tennis professional to find the right racquet for you. You'll also need a tube of tennis balls and appropriate tennis shoes to ensure good traction on the court. Find Tennis Courts: Find local tennis courts in your area. Many parks, schools and recreation centers have tennis courts for public use. Check ahead of time for any restrictions or reservations required. Take Lessons: Consider taking tennis lessons, especially if you are completely new to the sport. A qualified tennis coach can teach you proper technique, footwork and rules of the game. They can also help you develop good habits and prevent potential harm from the start. Practice your grip and swing: Become familiar with the various grips used in tennis, such as the Eastern forehand grip and the European backhand grip. Practice hitting against the wall or with a partner, focusing on developing your swing and generating racquet head speed. Practice your forehand, backhand and serve regularly. Learn the rules: Knowing the basic rules of tennis is crucial. Learn about scoring, court sizes, lines and in/out boundaries. This will help you participate in matches and communicate effectively with other players. Play with Others: Find opportunities to play with other novice players or join a local tennis club. Playing against different opponents of different skill levels will help you improve your game, adapt to different play styles and gain experience. Exercise: Tennis is a physically demanding sport, so it's important to develop your fitness and stamina. Include exercises that focus on agility, speed, strength, and flexibility in your routine. This will help you move efficiently on the court and prevent injuries. Enjoy the game: Tennis can be challenging at times, but it's important to have fun and enjoy the process. Don't be too hard on yourself and celebrate small improvements. Remember, tennis is not just about winning or losing, it's about having fun playing and being active. Remember, tennis is a sport that requires patience and constant practice to improve your skills. Keep practicing, seek guidance, and stay positive.

    With time and dedication, you will improve as a player and enjoy the game even more.

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