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Challenge: The return of serve is the most often hit shot in tennis after the serve; however, it is also the most under-practiced shot. So why isn’t there a single ball machine that can serve balls to help people practice their return?
Solution: Now there is! The Ace Attack is the ONLY all-in-one serving machine in tennis!
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Sports Attack began engineering and manufacturing its patented ball-throwing machines for multiple sports in 1995. Today, these machines are used by leading professional teams and top universities that read like a "Who's Who" of sports. The Ace Attack tennis model has been time-tested in the field for nearly 2 decades.
Transparent poly-carbonate ball basket shows when basket is almost empty.
Flashing feed indicator trains player focus, split step, and ball response!
Feeds serves and groundstrokes at adjustable heights with 3 drill pattern options: random, 3-ball, and 4-ball.
Unique 3-wheel design feeds right- or left-handed flat, slice, or kick serves as well as specialty shots that include inside-out slice backhands and side-spinning squash shots.
Feeds serves or groundstrokes up to 110mph.
Variable width 2-line and 3-line; plus 1-line and random.
Powder-coating with polyester paint keeps machine rust-free.
New improved control panel is simple to use!
Half the price of competing machines. Includes remote control.
"The Sports Attack ball machine is key to effective teaching. Realistic launch heights. Control of trajectory. Spins from beginner to the ATP levels. Plus the ability to serve with velocity, accuracy, and realistic spin variations. It allows teachers to be on the same side of the court with the student—in my opinion where they belong—to video, to demo, and to work directly with players on physical positions and checkpoints. I have used mine for over 15 years and can’t imagine teaching without it."
Tennis Researcher and Founder