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Old 09-25-2012, 08:45 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by tyu1314 View Post
This thing maybe awsome for practicing serve, it would bounce back, and save the time to go to the other side to get the ball ,lol.
No. You would need a much more sturdy and heavy duty tennis rebounder to take the pounding of serves. I purposely bought a cheapy one because I knew I was just going to use it for easy tosses.

Since a lot of you seem to have questions, I will post a video soon. I was surprised at how well it worked. It's EXACTLY like having someone stand about 20 ft away from you and underhand toss you feeds to hit on one bounce. You can even alternate hitting forehands and backhands.
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