Tennis Ball Dryer. Has anyone tried one of these?

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  1. Rosanna-London

    Rosanna-London New User

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    Hi,

    I came across this at the London Tennis show a few weeks ago and thought it looked quite cool and useful.

    As tennis balls often get wet when I play outside and I usually throw them away because they lose the bounce, this seems like a good idea.

    www.tennisballdryer.com

    Just wondered if anyone had tried one out ?

    Thanks

    Rosanna
     
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  2. jigar

    jigar Professional

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    First post on TW forum..Let me think. I am not trusting it. It is all marketing.. I don't play during rain. Why do you play when the courts are all wet?
    Isn't it common sense?
     
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  3. TWE Staff

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    Best you can do once your tennisball got wet, is to open a new can for the next match.

    Stefan / TWE
     
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  4. baseline_monster

    baseline_monster Professional

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    Wow, your just perfect. The guy was just making a thread to show something to people
     
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  5. spaceman_spiff

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    Because in Britain, it rains - usually sprinkling - all the damn time. If you never played on wet courts, you would only play about 20 days a year (or indoors).

    That's why the clubs here use "all-weather" surfaces. And yes, wet balls are a byproduct of that.

    Still, the OP is spam.
     
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  6. TWE Staff

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    I think it is about time that we close this one.

    Stefan / TWE
     
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