Tennis as a sport needs two players when playing singles and four players when playing doubles. Practice in this sport is what goes a long way in improving speed, skill, serve, overall play and return. The tennis ball machine eliminates the need for an opponent or even a partner.
Here are a few basics about tennis ball machines:
The ball machine allows a player the freedom to train at their own location, time and speed. It allows you the prospect of practicing and playing alongside a partner who never tires or never misses and is forever free to play.
The tennis ball machine gives you consistent and quick succession of balls to hit every time.
High-end tennis ball machines can pitch balls that are high, off-center, low, and close-to-the-net.
Certain ball machine models use balls for football and baseball, thereby giving the player freedom to cross-train. It also improves hand and eye coordination.
Tennis ball machines are the increasingly popular substitute for tennis buddies. Powerful functions, durable batteries and a convenient size have all made tennis ball machines the greatest addition to a tennis player’s routine trainings. Cleaning a tennis ball machine is the only tricky bit of owning a ball machine.
Here we help you understand how to go about cleaning a tennis ball machine:
- Tennis ball machine
- Washcloth and Paper towels
- mild soap bottle
- Vacuum and an extension tube
How to Clean the Outside
- To start, first, wipe off the dust from the outside using a paper towel that’s moist. Do not use strong soaps or detergents to clean ball machines, simply wet a towel and dust.
- Get rid of the tough spots of mud and stains of grease using a wet washcloth. If you face trouble getting rid of the dirt using water, we recommend you try applying diluted solution made of water and dish soap onto the washcloth and then carry on scrubbing.
- Pull out the large pieces of pine straw, bark or grass that are stuck in the rotating ball feed or the hopper mechanism.
How to Clean the Inside
- Separate the top of the ball machine from its bottom by unscrewing the bottom half using a screwdriver like Philips.
- Detach the wires gently from the mechanism of ball feed. Then from the top of the ball machine take out the hopper.
- Suck out using a vacuum with a tube extension all the dust and ball fluff from within the tennis ball machine. Be careful and avoid all the delicate wiring and circuitry inside the tennis ball machine to avoid damage while vacuuming.