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Purestriker

Rookie
I just got my hands on the Wilson H22 Pro stock. It is super arm friendly with a lot of power and spin

I have one as well. I would say it depends on if it came customized or not. Mine came at stock with no customization (32.25 balance, weight 304 and RA63), I added some weight to the hoop and now love it.
 
I have one as well. I would say it depends on if it came customized or not. Mine came at stock with no customization (32.25 balance, weight 304 and RA63), I added some weight to the hoop and now love it.
I don’t remember my specs. It was stock too. I had 6 of them before I sold them. I have some pro stocks for sale if your interested.
 

Groove Dude

New User
From last weekend's money tournament. 2.5 hrs match, won 7-6(7), 4-6, 10-7, 30 mins of highlights! EPIC EPIC stuff, very happy with the match film, best tape I've had in a while. PLUS, I time stamp all the most important points in the description. Enjoy it!

 

CHillTennis

Rookie
This was taken during the fall of 2019.

Believe it or not my most recent match. :(

I will try to get some new stuff (from the current decade) up on my channel, soon.

 
I bought a GoPro 3+ Hero on **** for like $50. Didn't want or need anything crazy fancy. What do you guys use to mount it to the fence? Is there any kind of product that is worlds better than the others? I saw one for like $50 I was gonna get but wanted to make do a little homework first.
 

CHillTennis

Rookie
I bought a GoPro 3+ Hero on **** for like $50. Didn't want or need anything crazy fancy. What do you guys use to mount it to the fence? Is there any kind of product that is worlds better than the others? I saw one for like $50 I was gonna get but wanted to make do a little homework first.
The set-up that I use is a Yi Lite action camera with a protective case and mounting device.

Most action cameras can only be mounted through the protective case, so you will definitely want to pick one of those up. Along with an SD card for the memory.

As for the mounting device, I would recommend the Smagtree gooseneck clamp. Those are really nice if you're going to be recording tennis videos because you can attach them to the fence and you can adjust the neck to get the exact shot that you are looking for.

I'll post a link to the Smagtree Clamps down below.

You can pick them up for around $20 on Amazon:

 
Serve +1 point-play strategy and execution for practice.

Here is a video from some recent trainings that talks about the +1 combination for the Server. Why it's important and what shot selection is key to cut down on errors.

 
I used your video to build this a while back, it works great. I also strap a small USB battery pack to it with velcro to get longer record times. Thanks for making that video, it is a perfect cheap mount.
I am glad it helped you. I like watching people tennis and their style
i see everyone using their phones to record and getting better quality.
 

jdawgg

Rookie

First one I lost to my friend in a while. Missed a lot of serve returns at the end but credit to him for hitting them with more juice than normal. Last two times we played most recently I won 6-0, 7-6 and 7-5, 6-2. Hoping to get some USTA league 4.5 matches recorded this season. Team is looking really good.
 

ChaelAZ

G.O.A.T.

Thought I posted this, but here was the follow-up match video. Just some of the better points. Improved but still lost 3/6, 4/6. J is unorthorox in technique, but consistent and accruate, where I am still just long, a little wide, and clipping tape. Working on that for the next match, but it improves overall with each match I play. Cheers.
 

jdawgg

Rookie

Thought I posted this, but here was the follow-up match video. Just some of the better points. Improved but still lost 3/6, 4/6. J is unorthorox in technique, but consistent and accruate, where I am still just long, a little wide, and clipping tape. Working on that for the next match, but it improves overall with each match I play. Cheers.
Looks like you're beating yourself here. I think you suffer from the same problem I do, difficult to keep the ball in when moving further up into the court. I've improved that by hitting with more shape on the ball when I get closer to the net and also hitting a little lower -- that helps to not decelerate which can kill my forehand.

Shot tolerance drills could also help your game a lot.

Overall I think your game has much more room for growth than your opponents. He should work on split stepping (doesn't do it at all), he's slow to react to a lot of balls.
 

ChaelAZ

G.O.A.T.
Looks like you're beating yourself here. I think you suffer from the same problem I do, difficult to keep the ball in when moving further up into the court. I've improved that by hitting with more shape on the ball when I get closer to the net and also hitting a little lower -- that helps to not decelerate which can kill my forehand.

Shot tolerance drills could also help your game a lot.

Overall I think your game has much more room for growth than your opponents. He should work on split stepping (doesn't do it at all), he's slow to react to a lot of balls.

Thanks, yeah. I give away more points in matches than most win against me and could easily flip scores if I can settle this down. It is definitely the biggest area of improvements in my game I am working on.

I think you might also be right on the opponent having limits with his current game, but part of the video was he had never even seen his game up to me offering to shot it for review. We talked a bit about it too. I think in his case he needs a coach that can help remodel mechanics, but it would be a long process with a lot of back stepping, so unless he is looking to play 4.5, he might just be a solid 4.0 and just look for ways to beat the top players in the level and maintain there for fun and health. Never asked if he is interested in moving up. I definitely want to improve, and hopefully in turn could move back up to competing better, well and winning, at 4.0.
 

time_fly

Hall of Fame

First time video poster, so be gentle but feedback is welcome! This is a practice set against a teammate of mine on a USTA 3.5 team. He plays singles only and is undefeated this season. I was having a kind of bad day, so this video is highlights only. :) I'm the lefty playing with a traffic cone who is coming out on the short end of most of these points.

EDIT: after counting it up, he wins the "highlights" 11-9 but he takes 4 of the first 5 since he was crushing me early on, then I battled back to make it respectable.
 
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