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Ball Machines

July 2014

2014 Guide to ball machines: Smarten Up!

Push your players to practice with a ball machine to help boost their “Tennis IQ.” (Click here to read more...)

November 2013

Ball Machines Step Up The Game

In the last decade we have seen technology evolve exponentially in almost every facet of our lives, and tennis is no exception. The most visible may be electronic line calls in many professional tournaments, but for club and recreational... (Click here to read more...)

July 2013

2013 Guide to Ball Machines: Mechanical Advantage

A ball machine quickens the learning curve as it helps build muscle memory. (Click here to read more...)

July 2012

2012 Guide to Ball Machines

Of all the tools that can help your business, your ball machine may be the most important. (Click here to read more...)

July 2011

Machine Driven

Put your ball machine to work generating more income for you, and helping your players reach their potential. (Click here to read more...)

Find Your Ball Machine

For 2011, new machines from Lobster, Match Mate and Sports Tutor join the list. (Click here to read more...)

July 2010

Guide to Ball Machines 2010

For 2010, new machines from Lobster and Silent Partner and Sports Tutor join the list. (Click here to read more...)

July 2009

Guide to Ball Machines 2009

For 2009, new machines from Lobster and Silent Partner join the list. (Click here to read more...)

July 2008

Tennis innovations

Green Machine: Engineers Team to Produce Pedal-Powered Ball Launcher (Click here to read more...)

Guide to Ball Machines 2008

For a tennis facility, there are certain things that you just have to have. Ball carts or hoppers, string and grip inventory for sale, court maintenance equipment. But one of the most important items for your business should be... (Click here to read more...)

July 2007

Guide to Ball Machines 2007

Investing in a ball machine is kind of like putting money in a high-yield fund. The initial amount you may need to pony up may be a stretch for you, but you know in the end you'll come out... (Click here to read more...)

July 2006

Guide to Ball Machines 2006

No matter what kind of facility you have, a ball machine should be a key component of your business. While you may be put off by the initial investment, you'll make that money back — and much more —... (Click here to read more...)

Program Director

With realistic random-play options, ball machines enter the "I, Robot" generation. (Click here to read more...)

July 2005

Guide to Ball Machines 2005

No matter what kind of facility you have, a ball machine should be a key component of your business. While you may be put off by the initial investment, you'll make that money back — and much more —... (Click here to read more...)

Machine Ready

Generate more revenue by using your ball machine to the fullest. (Click here to read more...)

March 2005

Review: Super Coach

Super Coach is a one-machine company, but that one machine is the first we've ever encountered that really can feed any ball a person can. It offers a seemingly endless list of features and settings and is designed to... (Click here to read more...)

September 2004

Review: Lobster Elite

The Elite is Lobster's top-of-the-line ball machine. Designed for maximum durability, the portable, battery-powered Elite operates even where there is no AC power source. The Elite sells for $1,049. To contact Lobster, call 800-526-4041, or visit lobsterinc.com. ASSEMBLY In... (Click here to read more...)

June 2004

Guide to Ball Machines 2004

For your business, nothing beats a ball machine. (Click here to read more...)

Turn your ball machine into a money machine

When it comes to generating revenue for your business, your ball machine should be throwing money at you like an ATM. If it's not, then you may need some help turning your ball machine into a money machine. Chances... (Click here to read more...)

 

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