Balls for serve practice?

#3
I use my Tretorns. But I have a ball machine too.

You might get by with the Pro Penn just for serving. And they are cheaper.

Other reason I like the Tretorn is because I bought the 2 color (white / yellow) ball instead of the green. As I'm hitting 144 balls, easy to lose one on the neighboring court. Makes it easy to find and impossible for anyone else to mistake my ball for theirs.
 

acintya

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#5
Pro-Penn... I have like 120 balls in the basket and after 3 yrs.. still great for practice.:)
3 years???? opened balls???

i play babolat roland garros or dunlop forte or wilson 2/3 and this balls get worn out very fast.why do this pro-penn last so long?i dont get it
 
#6
3 years???? opened balls???

i play babolat roland garros or dunlop forte or wilson 2/3 and this balls get worn out very fast.why do this pro-penn last so long?i dont get it
I think they have a thicker rubber lining or something that keeps the air molecules from escaping so they stay bouncy
 

acintya

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#8
I think they have a thicker rubber lining or something that keeps the air molecules from escaping so they stay bouncy
just wanted to ask you again, because of this thicker rubber ----- do they play any differently.. and please can you give me the exact MODEL you are talking about? :)
 
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#14
I use my Tretorns. But I have a ball machine too.

You might get by with the Pro Penn just for serving. And they are cheaper.

Other reason I like the Tretorn is because I bought the 2 color (white / yellow) ball instead of the green. As I'm hitting 144 balls, easy to lose one on the neighboring court. Makes it easy to find and impossible for anyone else to mistake my ball for theirs.
+1 on tretorns for practice balls that last forever.

that said, someone opens cans everytime we play (or a usta match, 5 courts of cans are opened), and no one keeps the "old" ones, so i do, and have like 3-4 hoppers overflowing with balls.
 
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