Tennis ball machine hire

  • 11.05.2019
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tennis ball machine hire

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When to Invest in a Ball Machine?

Every once in awhile someone will ask me about buying a ball machine. The questions they typically ask are what ball machine should I buy and will it be a good investment? I’m not a ball machine expert (I’ll make some general recommendations towards the end) but I do have some opinions on the “good investment” angle. A lot of what follows will seem like common sense but if you’re in the market for a ball machine you really need to ask yourself all of these questions and answer them truthfully. For example in the spur of the moment you might be able to convince yourself that, “oh yeah I’ll use this thing religiously”… but will you really? Or even if you do is it feasible based on the courts available to you based on your schedule?

Ball Machine for Rent

The new trend in the “traditional tennis club” is to buy a fancy ball machine and then make it available to members or guests to rent. Some clubs charge a little (for consumer level machines) and some clubs take things a step further and offer “ball machine memberships” (typically for the high end ones). At the indoor facility I work at you can rent the ball machine for $10 an hour plus court fees. In the summer this works out to about $30 ($20 for the court) an hour and in the winter it comes out to be about $55 which all things considered isn’t terrible compared to some private clubs. The biggest complaint at my facility has to do with the ball consistency. We’ll talk more about that later.

When factoring in cost the thing to remember is the ball machine is basically replacing a very consistent hitting partner. That being said at end of the day you’ll still need to spend time programming the machine and picking up all the balls yourself.

Some ball machines are really fancy and can run you through drills or randomize things in such a way where you could argue the ball machine is even better than a human being. The advantage of the tennis instructor is that they can customize, randomize, and adapt feeds on the fly based on trends they notice in real time and that’s something a ball machine can’t do.

Ball Machine as Teaching Aid

All things considered ball machines are not that prevalent. It’s pretty rare that I see someone lugging a ball machine out to a public court. When I worked at traditional tennis clubs that had ball machines most of the time they sat in a shed collecting dust. Some of that had to do with the quality of the machine and some of it had to do with there just not being any demand. Clubs or academies that invest in the cream of the crop machines will often expect or pressure instructors to use the machine in private lessons (sort of as an advertisement that “hey we have a ball machine”). I personally think at times it’s a great aid during a private lesson because it allows the teacher to look at a students shot from all angles (something very rare in a standard lesson). If the machine has an app or remote control that makes programming/changing things up really quick and easy utilizing a ball machine isn’t a bad idea at all. Conversely it’s easy to waste a lot of time trying to program the damn thing and that never looks good.

Personally I’m a bigger fan of filming a student’s stroke from all angles and then sitting down to actually look at what’s happening. In that case you don’t need the ball machine you just need a camera. This gives the student and the instructor the added benefit of being able to archive and track progress. I still find nothing more effective then when you’re able to show someone the video evidence of what they’re doing.

The Pro’s of a Ball Machine

Randomization/Humanization – To me the greatest advantage of the ball machine is the randomization and I’m not talking about programmed oscillation. I literally mean that every ball that comes out of the machine is different. Ball machines are great at simulating live ball. Granted the slot the ball comes out of remains at a static height (not true to life) but you get the idea. That being said you don’t see too many instructors feeding from the baseline at different heights in lessons because not only is it difficult to feed but the level of difficulty to return the ball goes way up (footwork and tracking issue for most). Typically in a lesson you are focused on something specific so putting the ball in relatively the same location (either from a feed or machine) is the preferred route. I LOVE feeding from the baseline when a player is ready (sometimes even before) so that they can actually get a sense of what it’s like in a real life situation and whether or not their technique will hold up. Granted after a few balls I might have to move back up but the eventual goal is to simulate real life as much as possible and in real life situations you aren’t getting that nice ball time and time again.

Conditioning – The ball machine will also get you a great workout. Both in terms of transporting the thing and also the time you’ll spend with it on court. When it’s just you and the ball machine you can go at it until you puke or until the battery runs out if that’s your prerogative.

Keeps It Simple – In a lesson you normally get a lot of feedback and reminders. Usually too much but that’s just how it goes. As an instructor I’d feel weird if the only feedback I gave someone during an entire lesson was finish with your elbow up on your forehand. That really would be a good hour lesson but most people won’t feel like they got their moneys worth and understandably so. The great thing with the ball machine is that before you go out you can write down the one thing you want to focus on and really stick to it. This is one case where taking the other human out of the equation is a good thing.

Encourages Work on Serve -This seems weird because it doesn’t actually involve the ball machine but I’ve found this to be true. Let’s say you go out on the court and plan to do a set of forehands and backhands. You do that and then remember your instructor saying OVER and OVER that you need to go out and practice serve on your own. This is the perfect opportunity to do that. I know it’s super boring to go out on court with the sole purpose of practicing serve but with a ball machine it’s actually a nice reprive. Believe it or not at the facility I work at I usually notice people who rent the ball machine spend time on their serve.

At What Skill Level Should You Invest in a Ball Machine?

Personally I’d say not until you reach approximately a 3.0 (Intermediate) level. Aka you’ve learned the “proper” way to hit the ball whether or not you actually do it consistently. Committing to a ball machine before taking private lessons or attending clinics may do more harm than good. Ball machines are not designed to be setup on the service line and give you a nice gentle feed just over the net and in my opinion when you’re a beginner there’s no reason to go straight to the baseline (what a ball machine is designed for) because you’ll end up compromising form just to get the ball in.

How You View Tennis?

This may be the most important factor of all when deciding whether or not you want to shell out the money on a machine. Most people want to get better but not at the expense of taking the “social” element out of it. Whether that’s clinics, matches, or lessons; on a fundamental level tennis is cooperative (even if it’s just You vs Them). If you really enjoy the human interaction that a clinic or lesson offers will you have the motivation to take the ball machine out, set it up, press start, make adjustments, pick up the balls, and repeat? Most people, even if they buy a ball machine, will continue with clinics or lessons and then use the machine as a supplemental training aid. What does that mean? It means that you need to have the time, physical conditioning, and dedication necessary to get those machine sessions in. You’re probably not going to skip the clinic because you paid in advance but it’s easy to find excuses to skip the machine days. I work with some people who I genuinely believe could care less about the social element and literally just want to hit the ball. In those cases I have no doubt they’ll take the machine out enough to justify the expense and in the process will reduce the amount of clinics and lessons they take. The ball machine can replace drill sessions and you can pace yourself however you want.

Ball Machine Logistics

If you’re still interested in a ball machine there are some logistics you need to think about in advance. The biggies are transportation and court availability. We’ll talk more about what to look for in a ball machine later on but you need to think about what court you’ll use the ball machine on and how easy it is to transport the thing. If you’re a member at a club ask if you’d be allowed to bring the machine and/or your balls on to one of their courts. In most cases their first answer will be no but if you threaten not to renew your membership and take your business elsewhere… I’m just saying.

That brings us to public courts. This is where you see the majority of private ball machine use. The questions you need to ask are as follows…

Is the court isolated (aka is it a single court fenced in)?

How busy are the courts when you would want to bring the machine out?

How hard would it be to transport the ball machine to the courts?

Do you need an outlet? Does the court have one?

Balls

The biggest complaint at clubs with ball machines for rent is quality and consistency of balls. A good club will monitor this really closely because a ball machine is only as good as the balls it shoots out. It’s not so much about the balls being brand new rather it’s just crucial that the pressure and wear down on all the balls is similar. This is a common sense thing that’s often overlooked. If you buy a ball machine you will need to invest about $100 every 6 months on balls. Be sure to throw out the duds and/or any foreign balls that somehow get mixed in.

The Machine

The court you’ll be using plays a big role in the machine you’ll buy. Does your ball machine need to travel a great distance up and down a beat up path or can you pull right up to the court? Do you need an outlet to plug the machine in or can it run on a battery? How easy is it to transport the balls along with the machine? Will you need to transport them separately? How much functionality do you want/need when it comes to the variance of ball being fed? Can your machine be controlled with an app? Is there an option for a wireless remote?

These are just a few of many questions you’ll want to ask yourself. In my opinion if it’s a massive pain to transport your ball machine you’ll be less likely to use it. Almost all ball machines have a pull out handle and wheels that in theory should make transportation easy but that’s not always the case. Definitely read reviews and do a lot of research. In my personal opinion a machine that can oscillate and vary the height over the net is good enough for almost everyone. Some machines claim they can do a lot more but at a certain point hiring a hitting partner is just more practical, useful, and cost effective. Then the question becomes how easy is it to program? I’m a big fan of the wireless remote (a lot of times a paid ad on). It makes more sense to get a machine with less features if it has a fully functional wireless remote or control-app especially if you’ll be heading out on the court alone. It is very frustrating and annoying to have to keep walking to the other side of the net to make adjustments to the settings.

If someone were to ask me specifically what consumer machine to get I’d probably go with the Spinfire Pro 1 or Pro 2 machine preferably used from a reputable dealer with a remote.

At most clubs the machine you’ll be renting is a playmate. These are top of the line and not really designed for your average consumer unless you have a court in your backyard and a shed nearby to wheel the machine on and off the court. If you look at these machines you’ll see that you have a ton of options. In many cases too many options. I’ve seen several people rent the ball machine at our facility and waste 20 or 30 minutes trying to set it up because they have too many choices.

Conclusions

I personally think ball machines are great for a few things. First and foremost a ball machine will get you a great workout even if it’s not forcing you to run. There are times where you just want to go out and hit the crap out of the ball, there’s nothing better than a ball machine. Ball machines can also help with technique if you limit the time/number of balls you hit and really focus on what you are trying to improve. I also think going out on the court with a ball machine will encourage you to practice your serve (in between the exhausting sets of groundstrokes) which in my mind is the number 1 thing you need to practice if you want to get better in match play.

However a ball machine can’t perfectly simulate the nuisance, variance, and complexity of another human being. If that’s what you want you need to hire a hitting partner. I’ll be honest when I say the few people I know who have ball machines rarely to never use them but they continue to play a lot of tennis so it probably would have made more sense to spend that money elsewhere.

I really think ball machines are best for the tennis and fitness obsessed. If you hate going to the gym, enjoy tennis, but still want to get that workout in a ball machine is great assuming you have a court you can use. For everyone else going down the rental route at a local club or public facility may be the best way to go.

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There are a few different ways you can put in some good, high-quality tennis practice. 

One of which, of course, is by using a tennis ball machine.

You have probably already recognized the advantages of using a tennis ball machine if you are reading this article.

In order to use a tennis ball machine for your practice sessions, you have two options: either buy one or rent it. Buying may not be a viable option solely due to the higher price these machines usually command. Though, in this case, renting one may be a good alternative.

In this article, you will find information on tennis ball machine rentals and everything you need to know about renting one, including whether or not it will be worth it. Continue reading below.

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Can You Rent a Tennis Ball Machine?

You can rent a tennis ball machine from your local tennis club. Clubs and local businesses may be able to offer different options for renting a tennis ball machine, depending on where you live. Renting a tennis ball machine is one excellent way to improve your game.

There are a few things that you will notice if you are on the market for a tennis ball machine.

First, there are several different, relatively big manufacturers. And second, there will be a variety of different tennis ball machines.

Tennis ball machines will vary from very bare-bones, complete beginner, entry-level models to super-advanced, all bells and whistles machines, that are capable of simulating realistic experience. Usually, those higher-end tennis ball machines will be very expensive (selling for several thousand dollars in certain cases). They will be pretty much reserved for commercial use by the tennis clubs.

Your local tennis club should be the first place to check. Give them a call or stop by and ask if they rent tennis ball machines. Tennis ball machine rentals are growing in popularity, so the chances are you will be given some quotes.

Overall, renting a tennis ball machine from your court of choice is the best and usually the easiest way to go about this.

However, not all courts will have a tennis ball machine available for rent. (Or they may not have the type of tennis ball machine that provides certain features you desire.)

In this case, you can turn to some third-party businesses that specialize in tennis ball machine rentals. 

This is a good alternative, as well, do not get me wrong, but there are a few caveats that you need to consider first.

Before renting the tennis ball machine, you will have to make sure the court availability. These companies only rent the machines and do not offer a tennis court of any kind, so you will need to contact the tennis court to book a timeslot.

Only then can you go ahead and rent your tennis ball machine.

Then the tennis ball machine will either be delivered to the court you have specified, or you will have to pick it up from a designated location.

Alternatively, you can always try to borrow one from a friend or team up together with a few buddies and buy a tennis machine that you can share.

What You Need to Know About Renting a Tennis Ball Machine

Now that you have a good idea of what to do in order to rent a tennis ball machine, let’s explore a few important points.

How Much Is Your Budget

Before you go ahead and rent a tennis ball machine, you need to decide on how much money you can spend. This is a very important step because tennis ball machines are not cheap to buy, but they are also not cheap to rent either, especially if you play very often.

You have to include not just the cost of renting the tennis ball machine but also any other club or court fees that you may need to pay, especially if you live somewhere to the north where you may need to play indoors more often.

Right now, you may be wondering, “But what is a typical rental price for a ball machine? Do I not need that information, too?” Don’t worry. I will get to this and more questions in a bit. For now, just try to come up with an acceptable budget.

What Kind of Tennis Ball Machine You Need

The next step you have to consider before renting a tennis ball machine is what kind of machine you need.

There are a lot of different tennis ball machines that have different capabilities and features. 

Tennis clubs usually have mid to high-end tennis ball machines because that way, they are able to meet the demand of the majority of tennis players. In other words, it is highly unlikely that you will find a very basic, entry-level tennis ball machine for rent.

Regardless if you will be renting a tennis ball machine from a local club, company, or other facilities, make sure to ask around and see what options they are offering you and what these machines are capable of.

Some tennis players may need tennis ball machines that can shoot balls at average speeds and some horizontal oscillation capabilities. Others may want to have a tennis ball machine that can feed the tennis balls at a fully randomized two-line oscillation with varying levels of topspin or underspin and so much more.

Below are some features that you may want to consider asking for:

  • The brand and model of the machine.
  • The ball capacity of the machine.
  • Does it have an oscillator, and if yes, what kind.
  • Can it feed balls with topspin and backspin? Is the spin adjustable?
  • How is it controlled, and does it have a remote?
  • How quickly and at what speed can it feed you balls?
  • Does it have an internal oscillation?
  • Is it an AC or a DC model, and if it is battery-powered, how many hours can it be used for?

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What Is Included in a Tennis Ball Machine Rental

The next thing is to inquire about the details about renting a tennis ball machine. Usually, tennis balls are also included in the total price of renting a tennis ball machine. (Typically around 100 or so tennis balls.)

Frequently, if a ball gets lost, they may charge you extra. It could be about $1 per tennis ball lost, but it is good to be prepared and informed.

Make sure to ask for any other details that may concern you?

Does Your Local Club Allow for Tennis Ball Machines to Be Brought and Used

Another thing that should be a mandatory part of your due diligence is to check with your local club if you are actually allowed to bring in and use a tennis ball machine.

Some tennis clubs will not allow you to bring in a tennis ball machine. 

Ask the owners, managers, and the pros working there. See what they will say. 

There are different reasons why a club may not allow you to use your own machine. They can do it because of liability issues, noise, they may have their own machines, that they rent, or simply because the pros there may fear losing part of their income from giving lessons.

With that being said, many courts may not have any objections about you bringing in a tennis ball machine.

However, make sure you do the necessary research first. You do not want to buy yourself a tennis machine only to find that no court in the vicinity will allow you to use it.

Average Cost of Tennis Ball Machine Rentals

When I rented a tennis ball machine for the first time, I wondered if I was paying a fair price. Nobody wants to pay more than what is fair, and you can never be too sure nowadays.

This is why I have included this section, as it is my belief that it is the most important step of the process.

A tennis ball machine can be rented on an hourly or daily basis. Often there will also be 7-day and weekend rental offers too. Certain places may offer practice programs for renting a tennis ball machine, which includes several practice sessions per month. And better yet, some clubs can offer unlimited hours, one-time payment for a whole year plan.

The average cost of renting a tennis ball machine is about $25 per day for the weekdays and between $30 to $90 per day during the weekends. The hourly rates for renting a tennis ball machine are usually around $10 to $20 per hour, with an average of about $12.

Some places may be renting a tennis ball machine for $25 per hour, which in all fairness, is considered too much unless they offer flexible hours.

A 7-day tennis ball machine rental may cost between $90 and $200.

On the other hand, renting a tennis ball machine for the entire weekend can cost between $48 and $60.

Certain places may offer all-you-can-hit rates of $30 to $50 per month. However, these machines will usually be taken, and it may be very difficult to find time when the machines will be free.

And renting a tennis ball machine for the entire year, which may include unlimited hours (using a one-time payment plan), can cost as much as $250. (Depending on the plan and availability of the machines, this can be an excellent value deal.)

The court fees are usually not included in that price as this is the cost of renting the tennis ball machine alone. So before going ahead and renting it, make sure to calculate all the potential costs.

Is It Worth Renting a Tennis Ball Machine?

Whether or not it will be worth renting a tennis ball machine vs. buying one will depend on how often you plan on using it. If you play and practice daily or every other day, it will be worth buying your own tennis ball machine.

In certain cases where your local club rents a tennis ball machine really cheap and you do not practice very often it may not be worth buying a tennis ball machine.

Tennis ball machines are usually of very high quality and as long as properly looked after and maintained will last you a very long time. Some models may even last you up to a decade or so. The single biggest expense in owning a tennis ball machine comes from the fact that you will be replacing the tennis balls. Depreciation is usually not a huge problem. If you play very often, you may end up replacing the tennis balls once every month. And considering that many tennis ball machines will hold about 100 and more tennis balls, this can turn into a fairly expensive venture.

However, even then, it may be way cheaper in the long run compared to renting a tennis ball machine. For example, practicing three days a week is usually a good golden mean for beginner tennis players, but if you really want to improve, you may need to practice up to 5 days a week. Doing some very quick calculations, we can see that this could turn into $300 to $585 spent on renting a tennis ball machine per month (for one hour per training day). At this rate in one to four months’ time, you will have spent as much money, or even more, as you would have actually buying the tennis ball machine.

Is It Worth Renting Out Your Tennis Ball Machine?

Seeing how expensive tennis ball machines are, and at the same time, how useful they are to tennis players of almost any skill level, one question will inevitably pop up.

Namely, is it worth buying and renting out your tennis ball machine?

At first reading, it sounds like a good idea. After all, you get to have your cake and eat it too—sort of. You have a tennis ball machine that you can use, and at the same time, you will be able to earn some money by renting it. But is it that simple?

Unfortunately, it does not seem to be.

The first question that begs answering is where and to whom you will be renting it? Is it your own private court, or is it a public court? 

Many public practice courts have time limits and will not allow anyone to take up one or several hours practicing (much less with their own tennis ball machine).

There are other expenses, liabilities, and risks that you will be facing when renting out your tennis ball machines. As noted earlier in this article, tennis ball machines are usually rented with tennis balls (generally at least 100 or so balls), which will add a significant expense to your bottom line.

Next, you have to consider the machine’s depreciation cost, including wear and tear.

Then there will be delivery and return costs, especially if you will be on-site. (To prevent misuse and help feeding the balls, etc.) This will take both from your personal time and will cost you more money in terms of fuel and, if we are to get really in-depth, in terms of your vehicle depreciation and wear and tear.

As you can see, this can end up being too much hassle with very minimal to no returns whatsoever. Overall, I don’t think it is recommended to do it.

The only way I see it potentially viable is if you rent it out to a friend or somebody that you trust will take proper care of the machine at a reduced cost. (For example: 5$ per hour.)

This is a win-win situation; they don’t have to pay a huge chunk of money straight out of their pocket, and you will get to earn a small amount of money instead of having the machine sit in your garage.

Additionally, although tennis ball machines are very durable, they can break with time and use. So, especially if you are buying a more expensive, professional model, it may not be worth the risk of renting it out.

With that being said, it is worth mentioning that you might be able to rent out your tennis ball machine through some third party companies (in a similar fashion how people rent out their apartments through Airbnb.)

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Rental Ball machine tennis (1 week, excl. shipment)

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There is a deposit of € 100 on the machine, which will be refunded after receipt of the machine back. Any (really culpable) damage is deducted from the deposit.
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    Turn your ball machine into a money machine

    By Stan Oley

    When it comes to generating revenue for your business, your ball machine should be throwing money at you like an ATM. If it’s not, then you may need some help turning your ball machine into a money machine.

    Chances are you probably have a ball machine and an existing hourly rental program. We call this a “pay-to-play” program, where customers pay to train with the ball machine on a time-incremental basis. The national average for pay-to-play programs is $8 a half-hour and $12 an hour, averaging about $1,000 to $1,200 a year in total income from rentals.

    Play to Play

    Pay-to-play requires the customer to spend money each time he or she trains with the ball machine, causing them to budget their usage with the machine. The result is that customers often don’t utilize the ball machine as much as they should be, and they fail to realize the benefits the machine can provide. (However, the pay-to-play program still works well at resorts where customers cannot always find a game. In this situation, the customer is usually on vacation and does not mind paying a fee to work out on the unit.)

    Ball-Machine Club

    When you decide to buy a new machine — whether it’s because the current one has seen better days or you just want a machine with a few more features — you have a great opportunity to create a new program around it as well. One of the most effective programs to generate revenue is creating a “ball-machine club,” where customers purchase a pass to use the machine on an unlimited basis.

    A ball-machine club allows a customer to utilize your machine more frequently without having to pay a per-usage charge. Once customers purchase a pass, it is up to them to schedule time with the machine so that they can get the most from their investment. When organized and marketed properly, this method generates an average of $3,000 to $4,000 annually. (See the section below for some examples of ball-machine club memberships, which should be able to accommodate your customers’ various needs.)

    Demo days

    Many clubs purchase a new ball machine with updated features and begin renting it out immediately, with no change in programming. You need to market your new ball machine, and create hype about it, even before it arrives.

    For instance, one of the best methods for marketing a ball-machine club is to run a demo day that showcases the value of the machine. Get the rep from the ball-machine company to run the demo day, as he’s been trained on how properly to showcase the unit. You need to market the demo day with a sign-up sheet, handouts, and telemarketing to ensure attendance, then use the demo day to sell Platinum Ball Machine Club passes.

    One quick way to see if you’re doing all you can to promote the use of your ball machine is to check the list of “Ball-Machine Club Makers or Breakers” below. How many “breakers” exist at your club?

    Create a ball-machine club at your facility and properly promote the unit to players and your ball machine will become a money machine in no time.


    Create a Ball-Machine Club for Your Players

    The ball-machine club program outlined here may appear quite easy to implement, but proper organization and ongoing marketing are important to keep the club going. For more on smoothing the way for members to enjoy the club, see the list of “Ball-Machine Club Makers or Breakers” below. (Pricing is based on $12 per hour and $8 a half hour in the pay-to-play program.)

    Platinum Charter Membership Card

    Suggested price: $200 for two-year pass

    This is the most prestigious membership and represents a charter or original ball-machine club member. Limit the spaces for Platinum members to guarantee exclusivity. It’s best to sell Platinum memberships at a demo day introducing your new ball machine. You can give this person special perks such as 48-hour sign-up instead of 24-hour, and they can renew for $125 annually instead of $150.

    Gold One-Year Membership Card

    Suggested price: $150 per year single membership; $175 for families up to three people; additional family members are $25 each

    Offer the one-year Gold membership once the Platinum charter membership has been filled.

    Frequent-User Punch Card

    Suggested price: 10 punches for $100

    This card is for players who do not wish to purchase a ball-machine club membership. Also, this card fills the void for customers looking to use the machine a limited number of times who are also seeking a value. Many times a customer is focusing on a single aspect of his game or is only in town for a limited period of time and cannot reap the benefits of an annual membership. Each punch should represent a normal usage increment.

    Complimentary Daily Pass

    Use this pass as a vehicle for selling ball-machine club memberships to customers in the lesson program, or to those who have never trained on the machine. After a lesson or when someone inquires about the ball machine, offer them a complimentary pass to try it, and make sure you explain the benefits of joining the ball-machine club.


    Ball machine club makers or breakers

    • The extension cord must be on a reel. Staff members will not promote the ball machine if it takes them a long time to set up. Members will not use the machine if it takes 15 minutes to untangle the cord.
    • The pro must share in the revenue. Approximately 80 percent of all commercial ball machines are owned by the club. It is rare to see a successful ball-machine program where the pro does not share in the revenue. It is recommended that the pro purchase the ball machine because it is the most overlooked source of revenue.
    • Ball-machine prescriptions. Once a lesson has concluded, give the student a ball-machine prescription drill to perform before their next lesson. The prescription should have the drill diagrammed on the court with ball-machine settings, target area, as well as the objective. The prescription drill also should be on paper so you can place a copy in the student’s player profile for review at the next lesson. This will accelerate your student’s progress while producing revenue from the ball-machine club. Also, like a prescription from a doctor, if they don’t take their medicine — or in this case perform their drill for the specified amount of time — they will not progress at their desired rate. If the player does not perform the drill, it places the burden of the student’s success more on the student than the pro.
    • Sign-in and sign-out procedure. It’s important to have a sign-in and sign-out procedure. This will ensure that the remote control is returned each time the ball machine is used. You can also use this to monitor and calculate total hourly use of the unit.
    • Use a ball mower to pick-up balls. It’s simple: People get tired of picking up balls long before they get tired of hitting them.
    • Semi-annual clinic for ball-machine club members. On-going marketing is a key to continued success of the club. Give members new ideas for creating drills and emphasize the use of target areas during their workouts.
    • Keep fresh balls in the ball machine. If you do not get enough ball turnover through programs (i.e. men’s day, ladies day, and tournaments), then it becomes price prohibitive to keep fresh balls in the machine. In this case, you may want to use pressureless balls.

    See all articles by Stan Oley

    About the Author

    Stan Oley, a member of the USPTA, PTR and Cardio Tennis Global Speakers Team, has been working with and teaching with ball machines for 24 years. He is a product marketing specialist for Playmate Ball Machines and founder of FBT60 (Fit By Tennis in 60 Days), a tennis/fitness program combining nutrition and a series of ball machine drills. He is sponsored by Adidas and Babolat.

     

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    Please follow the rules below. Please help us jointly use the Slinger machine to everyone’s satisfaction.

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    3. Every time, prior to using the machine please send an email to support@globetennisclub.comwith your name, the time and date of use.
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    By Stan Oley

    When it comes to generating revenue for your business, your ball machine should be throwing money at you like an ATM. If it’s not, then you may need some help turning your ball machine into a money tennis ball machine hire.

    Chances are you probably have a ball machine and an existing hourly rental program. We call this a “pay-to-play” program, where customers pay to train with the ball machine on a time-incremental basis. The national average for pay-to-play programs is $8 a half-hour and $12 an hour, averaging about $1,000 to $1,200 a year in total income from rentals.

    Play to Play

    Pay-to-play requires the customer to spend money each time he or she trains with the ball tennis ball machine hire, causing them to budget their usage with the machine. The result is that customers often don’t utilize the ball machine as much as they should be, and they fail to realize the benefits the machine can provide. (However, the pay-to-play program still works well at resorts where customers cannot always find a game. In this situation, the customer is usually on vacation and does not mind paying a fee to work out on the unit.)

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    When you decide to buy a new machine — whether it’s because the current one has seen better days or you just want a machine with a few more features — you have a great opportunity to create a new program around it as well. One of the most effective programs to generate revenue is creating a “ball-machine club,” where customers purchase a pass to use the machine on an unlimited basis.

    A ball-machine club allows a customer to utilize your machine more frequently without having to pay a per-usage charge. Once customers purchase a pass, it is up to them to schedule time with the machine so that they can get the most from their investment. When organized and marketed properly, this method generates an average of $3,000 to $4,000 annually. (See the section below for some examples of ball-machine club memberships, which should be able to accommodate your customers’ various needs.)

    Demo days

    Many clubs purchase a new ball machine with updated features and begin renting it out immediately, with no change in programming. You need to market your new ball machine, and create hype about it, tennis ball machine hire, even before it arrives.

    For instance, one of the best methods for marketing a ball-machine club is to run a tennis ball machine hire day that showcases the value of the machine. Get the rep from the ball-machine company to run the demo day, as he’s been trained on how properly to showcase the unit. You need to market the demo day with a sign-up sheet, handouts, and telemarketing to ensure attendance, tennis ball machine hire, then use the demo day to sell Platinum Ball Machine Club passes.

    One quick way to see if you’re doing all you can to promote the use of your ball machine is to check the list of “Ball-Machine Club Makers or Breakers” below. How many “breakers” exist at your club?

    Create a ball-machine club at your facility and properly promote the unit to players and your ball machine will become a money machine in no time.


    Create a Ball-Machine Club for Your Players

    The ball-machine club program outlined here may appear quite easy to implement, but proper organization and ongoing marketing are important to keep the club going. For more on smoothing the way for members to enjoy the club, tennis ball machine hire, see the list of “Ball-Machine Club Makers or Breakers” below. (Pricing is based on $12 per hour and $8 a half hour in the pay-to-play program.)

    Platinum Charter Membership Card

    Suggested price: $200 for two-year pass

    This is the most prestigious membership and represents a charter or original ball-machine club member. Limit the spaces for Platinum members to guarantee exclusivity. It’s best to sell Platinum memberships at a demo day introducing your new ball machine. You can give this person special perks such as 48-hour sign-up instead of 24-hour, and they can renew for $125 annually instead of $150.

    Gold One-Year Membership Card

    Suggested price: $150 per year single membership; $175 for families up to three people; additional family members are $25 each

    Offer the one-year Gold membership once the Platinum charter membership has been filled.

    Frequent-User Punch Card

    Suggested price: 10 punches for $100

    This card is for players who do not wish to purchase a ball-machine club membership. Also, tennis ball machine hire, this card fills the void for customers looking to use the machine a limited number of times who are also seeking a value. Many times a customer is focusing on a single aspect of his game or is only in town for a limited period of time and cannot reap the benefits of an annual membership. Each punch should represent a normal usage increment.

    Complimentary Daily Pass

    Use this pass as a vehicle for selling ball-machine club memberships to customers in the lesson program, or to those who have never trained on the machine. After a lesson or when someone inquires about the ball machine, offer them a complimentary pass to try it, and make sure you explain the benefits of joining the ball-machine club.


    Ball machine club makers or breakers

    • The extension cord must be on a reel. Staff members will not promote the ball machine if it takes them a long time to set up. Members will not use the machine if it takes 15 minutes to untangle the cord.
    • The pro must share in the revenue. Approximately 80 percent of all commercial ball machines are owned by the club. It is rare to see a successful ball-machine program where the pro does not share in the revenue. It is recommended that the pro purchase the ball machine because it is the most overlooked source of revenue.
    • Ball-machine prescriptions. Once a lesson has concluded, give the student a ball-machine prescription drill to perform before their next lesson. The prescription should have the drill diagrammed on the court with ball-machine settings, target area, as well as the objective. The prescription drill also should be on paper so you can place a copy in the student’s player profile for review at the next lesson. This will accelerate your student’s progress while producing revenue from the ball-machine club. Also, like a prescription from a doctor, if they don’t take their medicine — or in this case perform their drill for the specified amount of time — they will not progress at their desired rate. If the player does not perform the drill, it places the burden of the student’s success more on the student than the pro.
    • Sign-in and sign-out procedure. It’s important to have a sign-in and sign-out procedure, tennis ball machine hire. This will ensure that the remote control is returned each tennis ball machine hire the ball machine is used. You can also use this to monitor and calculate total hourly use of the unit.
    • Use a ball mower to pick-up balls. It’s simple: People get tired of picking up balls long before they get tired of hitting them.
    • Semi-annual clinic for ball-machine club members. On-going marketing is a key to continued success of the club. Give members new ideas for creating drills and emphasize the use of target areas during their workouts.
    • Keep fresh balls in the ball machine, tennis ball machine hire. If you do not get enough ball turnover through programs (i.e. men’s day, ladies day, and tournaments), then it becomes price prohibitive to keep fresh balls in the machine. In this case, you may want to use pressureless balls.

    See all articles by Stan Oley

    About the Author

    Stan Oley, a member of the USPTA, PTR and Cardio Tennis Global Speakers Team, has been working with and teaching with ball machines for 24 years. He is a product marketing specialist for Playmate Ball Machines and founder of FBT60 (Fit By Tennis in 60 Days), a tennis/fitness program combining nutrition and a series of ball machine drills. He is sponsored by Adidas and Babolat.

     

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      There are a few different ways you can put in some good, high-quality tennis practice. 

      One of which, of course, is by using a tennis ball machine.

      You have probably already recognized the advantages of using a tennis ball machine if you are reading this article.

      In order to use a tennis ball machine for your practice sessions, you have two options: either buy one or rent it. Buying may not be a viable option solely due to the higher price these machines usually command. Though, in this case, renting one may be a good alternative.

      In this article, you will find information on tennis ball machine rentals and everything you need to know about renting one, including whether or not it will be worth it. Tennis ball machine hire reading below.

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      Can You Rent a Tennis Ball Machine?

      You can rent a tennis ball machine from your local tennis club. Clubs and local businesses may be able to offer different options for renting a tennis ball machine, tennis ball machine hire, depending on where you live. Renting a tennis ball machine is one excellent way to improve your game.

      There are a few things that you will notice if you are on the market for a tennis ball machine.

      First, tennis ball machine hire, there are several different, relatively big manufacturers. And second, there will be a variety of different tennis ball machines.

      Tennis ball machines will vary from very bare-bones, complete beginner, entry-level models to super-advanced, all bells and whistles machines, that are capable of simulating realistic experience. Usually, tennis ball machine hire, those higher-end tennis ball machines will be very expensive (selling for several thousand dollars in certain cases). They will be pretty much reserved for commercial use by the tennis clubs.

      Your local tennis club should be the first place to check. Give them a call or stop by and ask if they rent tennis ball machines. Tennis ball machine rentals are growing in popularity, so the chances are you will be given some quotes.

      Overall, renting a tennis ball machine from your court of choice is the best and usually the easiest way to go about this.

      However, not all courts will have a tennis ball machine available for rent. (Or they may not have the type of tennis ball machine that provides certain features you desire.)

      In this case, you can turn to some third-party businesses that specialize in tennis ball machine rentals. 

      This is a good alternative, as well, do not get me wrong, but there are a few caveats that you need to consider first.

      Before renting the tennis ball machine, you will have to make sure the court availability. These companies only rent the machines and do not offer a tennis court of any kind, so you will need to contact the tennis court to book a timeslot.

      Only then can you go ahead and rent your tennis ball machine.

      Then tennis ball machine hire tennis ball machine will either be delivered to the court you have specified, or you will have to pick it up from a designated location.

      Alternatively, you can always try to borrow one from a friend or team up together with a few buddies and buy a tennis machine that you can share.

      What You Need to Know About Renting a Tennis Ball Machine

      Now that you have a good idea of what to do in order to rent a tennis ball machine, let’s explore a few important points.

      How Much Is Your Budget

      Before you go ahead and rent a tennis ball machine, you need to decide on how much money you can spend. This is a very important step because tennis ball machines are not cheap to buy, but they are also not cheap to rent either, especially if you play very often.

      You have to include not just the cost of renting the tennis ball machine but also any other club or court fees that you may need to pay, especially if tennis ball machine hire live somewhere to the north where you may need to play indoors more often.

      Right now, you may be wondering, “But what is a typical rental price for a ball machine? Do I not need that information, too?” Don’t worry. I will get to this and more questions in a bit. For now, tennis ball machine hire, just try to come up with an acceptable budget.

      What Kind of Tennis Ball Machine You Need

      The next step you have to consider before renting a tennis ball machine is what kind of machine you need.

      There are a lot of different tennis ball machines that have different capabilities and features. 

      Tennis clubs usually have mid to high-end tennis ball machines because that way, they are able to meet the demand of the majority of tennis players. In other words, it is highly unlikely that you will find a very basic, entry-level tennis ball machine for rent.

      Regardless if you will be renting a tennis ball machine from a local club, company, or other facilities, make sure to ask around and see what options they are offering you and what these machines are capable of.

      Some tennis players may need tennis ball machines that can shoot balls at average speeds and some horizontal oscillation capabilities. Others may want to have a tennis ball machine that can feed the tennis balls at a fully randomized two-line oscillation with varying levels of topspin or underspin and so much more.

      Below are some features that you may want maryland basketball shoes consider asking for:

      • The brand and model of the machine.
      • The ball capacity of the machine.
      • Does it have an oscillator, and if yes, what kind.
      • Can it feed balls with topspin and backspin? Is the spin adjustable?
      • How is it controlled, and does it have a remote?
      • How quickly and at what speed can it feed you balls?
      • Does it have an internal oscillation?
      • Is it an AC or a DC model, and if it is battery-powered, how many hours can it be used for?

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      What Is Included in a Tennis Ball Machine Rental

      The next thing is to inquire about the details about renting a tennis ball machine. Usually, tennis balls are also included in the total price of renting a tennis ball machine. (Typically around 100 or so tennis balls.)

      Frequently, if a ball gets lost, they may charge you extra. It could be about $1 per tennis ball lost, but it is good to be prepared and informed.

      Make sure to tennis ball machine hire for any other details that may concern you?

      Does Your Local Club Allow for Tennis Ball Machines to Be Brought and Used

      Another thing that should be a mandatory part of your due diligence is to check with your local club if you are actually allowed to bring in and use a tennis ball machine.

      Some tennis clubs will not allow you to bring in a tennis ball machine. 

      Ask the owners, managers, and the pros working there. See what they will say. 

      There are different reasons why a club may not allow you to use your own machine. They can do it because of liability issues, noise, they may have their own machines, that they rent, or simply because the pros there may fear losing part of their income from giving lessons.

      With that being said, many courts tennis ball machine hire not have any objections about you bringing in a tennis ball machine.

      However, make sure you do the necessary research first. You do not want to buy yourself a tennis machine only to find that no court in the vicinity will allow you to use it.

      Average Cost of Tennis Ball Machine Rentals

      When I rented a tennis ball machine for the first time, I wondered if I was paying a fair price. Nobody wants to pay more than what is fair, and you can never be too sure nowadays.

      This is why I have included this section, as it is my belief that it is the most important step of the process.

      A tennis ball machine can be rented on an hourly or daily basis. Often there will also be 7-day and weekend rental offers too. Certain zury twin curl hair may offer practice programs for renting a tennis ball machine, which includes several practice sessions per month. And better yet, some clubs can offer unlimited hours, one-time payment for a whole year plan.

      The average cost of renting a tennis ball machine is about $25 per day for the weekdays and between $30 to $90 per day during the weekends. The hourly rates for tennis ball machine hire a tennis ball machine are usually around $10 to $20 per hour, with an average of about $12.

      Some places may be renting a tennis ball machine for $25 per hour, which in all fairness, is considered too much unless they offer flexible hours.

      A 7-day tennis ball machine rental may cost between $90 and $200.

      On the other hand, renting a tennis ball machine for the entire weekend can cost between $48 and $60.

      Certain places may offer all-you-can-hit rates of $30 to $50 per month. However, these machines will usually be taken, and it may be very difficult to find time when the machines will be free.

      And renting a tennis ball machine for the entire year, which may include unlimited hours (using a one-time payment plan), can cost as much as $250. (Depending on the plan and availability of the machines, tennis ball machine hire, this can be an excellent value deal.)

      The court fees are usually not included in that price as this is the cost of renting the tennis ball machine alone. So before going ahead and renting it, tennis ball machine hire, make sure to calculate all the potential costs.

      Is It Worth Renting a Tennis Ball Machine?

      Whether or not it will be worth renting a tennis ball machine vs. buying one will depend on how often you plan on using it, tennis ball machine hire. If you play and practice daily or every other day, tennis ball machine hire, it will be worth buying your own tennis ball machine.

      In certain cases where your local club rents a tennis ball machine really cheap and you do not practice very often it may not be worth buying a tennis ball machine.

      Tennis ball machines tennis ball machine hire usually of very high quality and as long as properly looked after and maintained will last you a very long agv sport apex kevlar riding jeans. Some models may even last you up to a decade or so. The single biggest expense in owning a tennis ball machine comes from the fact that you will be replacing the tennis balls. Depreciation is usually not a huge problem. If you play very often, you may end up replacing the tennis balls once every month. And considering that many tennis ball machines will hold about 100 and more tennis balls, this can turn into a fairly expensive venture.

      However, even then, it may be way cheaper in the long run compared to renting a tennis ball machine. For example, practicing three days a week is usually a good golden mean for beginner tennis players, but if you really want to improve, you may need to practice up to 5 days a week. Doing some very quick calculations, we can see that this could turn into $300 to $585 spent on renting a tennis ball machine per month (for one hour per training day). At this rate in one to four months’ time, you will have spent as much money, or even more, as you would have actually buying the tennis ball machine.

      Is It Worth Renting Out Your Tennis Ball Machine?

      Seeing how expensive tennis ball machines are, and at the same time, how useful they are to tennis players of almost any skill level, one question will inevitably pop up.

      Namely, is it worth buying and renting out your tennis ball machine?

      At first reading, it sounds like a good shooting in wrens ga. After all, you get to have your cake and eat it too—sort of. You have a tennis ball machine that you can use, and at the same time, you will be able to earn some money by renting it. But is it that simple?

      Unfortunately, it does not seem to be.

      The first question that begs answering is where and to whom you will be renting it? Is it your own private court, or is it a public court? 

      Many public practice courts have time limits and will not allow anyone to take up one or several hours practicing (much less with their own tennis ball machine).

      There are other expenses, liabilities, and risks that you will be facing when renting out your tennis ball machines. As noted earlier in this article, tennis ball machines are usually rented with tennis balls (generally at least 100 or so balls), which will add a significant expense to your bottom line.

      Next, you have to consider the machine’s depreciation cost, including wear and tear.

      Then there will be delivery and return costs, especially if you will be on-site. (To prevent misuse and help feeding the balls, etc.) This will take both from your personal time and will cost you more money tennis ball machine hire terms of fuel and, if we are to get really in-depth, tennis ball machine hire, in terms of your vehicle depreciation and wear and tear.

      As you can see, this can end up being too much hassle with very minimal to no returns whatsoever, tennis ball machine hire. Overall, I don’t think it is recommended to do it.

      The only way I see it potentially viable is if you rent it out to a friend or somebody that you trust will take proper care of the machine at a reduced cost. (For example: 5$ per hour.)

      This is a win-win situation; they don’t have to pay a huge chunk of money straight out of their pocket, and you will get to earn a small amount of money instead of having the machine sit in your garage.

      Additionally, although tennis ball machines are very durable, they can break with time and use. So, especially if you are buying a more expensive, professional model, it may not be worth the risk of renting it out.

      With that being said, it is worth mentioning that you might be able to rent out your tennis ball machine through some third party companies (in a similar fashion how people rent out their apartments through Airbnb.)

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      Fat Llama is a peer-to-peer rental platform — we connect people who need stuff with people who have stuff. Easy. Find what you’re looking for, book the tennis ball machine hire for the dates you need it and get verified by us. Arrange a time to collect your item from the renter and enjoy your rental. Return the item to the renter and leave a review.

      What is the cancellation policy?

      48-hour cooling off period in which you’ll be fully reimbursed if you cancel a rental you’ve booked. Please note that if you book a rental within 48 hours of the rental start date (e.g. if you book a rental for on Monday evening for Wednesday morning), then this cooling-off period does not apply.

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