Rebound Nets

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  1. caltiger123

    caltiger123 New User

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    What do all of you think of rebound nets? I'm a good junior player and I usually play 4 times a week but I'm craving more tennis.

    Would a rebound net be good practice, or would it just be a waste of time and money or make my strokes worse through repetition of bad technique?

    I would mainly like to use this for groundstrokes as my game is oriented towards baseline game.

    Also, if you believe a rebound net would indeed help my game, could you recommend me a good one?

    What are your thoughts or experiences with these?
     
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  2. ShoeShiner

    ShoeShiner Rookie

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    I think it is better than wall :
    portable, low noise, faster ball bouncing speed, adjustable face angle of net.

    By adjusting face angle of the net, the ball bounces differently : see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ypwODRSGNo#t=190.

    I have seen it is used in a tennis academy for beginner juniors.

    It is quite expensive 150 US$ for GAMMA Rebound Net. It needs good maintainance from users.
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  3. caltiger123

    caltiger123 New User

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    Thanks for the response! I don't know anymore if a rebound net is for me. I'm not a beginner junior and I'm pretty good. One concern I do have is that I have a windshield wiper, nearly western forehand and spin is a major part of my game so the ball frequently goes higher. Any other thoughts?
     
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