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The training aid for people serious about their tennis.
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The revolutionary training aid players, parents and coaches are using to give themselves an edge. Over 90% of the game is now played with topspin because it is the only way to control the ball with pace. Mastering it unlocks an exponentially better level of tennis. The TopspinPro combines both the kinaesthetic and visual elements essential to accelerated learning:
it lets you to feel what it’s like to brush the ball, not hit it, and the screen forces you to keep the racket face angle constant.
Okay, had a chance to use the TopSpin Pro last night after work and again this morning. I’ll admit to being somewhat skeptical beforehand, as I’m not a beginner, but this thing is awesome! One of the things that always showed up a deficiency in my technique I think is when you play mini tennis at the start of a session: I could never brush the ball the way I wanted, which translates into muscling the ball once on the baseline, which I’m getting out of now, since coming back to tennis. This thing is so helpful for that.
After about an hour of practicing on both the TopSpin Pro and the Eye Coach I had a hit yesterday on court and what an improvement it made straight away!!
These products are excellent. I started playing tennis a couple of months ago after 25 years of not playing tennis. I have struggled with my one handed back hand with the ball flying way over the baseline but yesterday 90% was in.
Thanks so much again, my wife and I will definitely benefit from these devices.
MESH SCREEN GUIDE
The mesh screen is a visual guide that ensure’s the player keeps his racket angle constant through the contact zone. The players objective is to make the ball spin without touching the screen. The screen is set to reflect a similar angle to which the pro’s hit the ball. By swinging with the racket face parallel to the screen, players will execute the correct stroke.
BALL ON SPRING-LOADED SPINDLE
The ball is loaded onto a thin wire spindle so that players can really get the feel of brushing the ball versus hitting it – the key distinction between topSpin and flat shots. The spindle is spring-loaded to offer the right amount of resistance for ball striking and to stop the unit from moving.