Tennis Ball Collector of 2019
Posted on December 03 2018
As we approach the Christmas period, the tennis tour takes a well-earned break, as it begins its preparations for the 2019 season.
2018 turned out to be an incredible year, with the familiar trio of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic cleaning up the Grand Slam trophies. Djokovic finished the season as world number 1, and it would take a brave man to bet against him in Australia.
A lot can happen in an off-season though, so who knows what might happen by the time we get to Melbourne.
At Kollectaball, we haven’t reached the off-season yet, and we’ve been working hard to make the best tennis ball collector even better.
We think that tennis practices can be greatly improved just by cutting down on the time it takes to collect tennis balls. Think about how much time you’ve spent collecting balls in your lifetime!
When you’re paying for coaching, you want to spend as much time as possible being coached, not picking up tennis balls. That’s why we are constantly trying to improve our tennis ball retriever because we want you to get the most out of your practice.
We’ve even updated the CS60 so that it functions as a sturdy 60 ball tennis ball hopper. It might not look like a traditional hopper, but it collects balls faster and is strong and reliable.
We are keen tennis players ourselves, so we love to take the CS60 out on court with us and practice a few drills. Thanks to the Kollectaball, we cut the time it takes to pick up the balls, and I’m back working on my forehand in no time at all!
No doubt, despite their short break, the pros will soon be back in practice too, putting in the hard yards to climb up the rankings. It’s always an exciting time of year when the new season rolls around. The Australian Open can throw up some interesting results, and we’re sure this year will be no different.
Having claimed victory at the ATP Tour Finals, Alexander Zverev will be eager to build on that success in the new year. Zverev looks the most likely to break the dominance of Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic in 2019, but he must improve his performances in the Grand Slam events.
Zverev has failed to make an impact on the biggest stage so far, but he will be brimming with confidence after his victory in London. Hopefully, his latest win will spur him on to bigger things, and this young generation can finally make a breakthrough in Grand Slams.
It may be tennis’ quiet season, but on the tour, as at Kollectaball, everyone will be working hard to ensure big improvements for 2019.