MSV TennisPointer Pro/Mid/JuniorRegular price 995 SEK
PRACTICE ACCURACY - FAST RESULTS
Tennis Pointer or wooden spoon as it is also called is a Tennis Pointer for practicing accuracy. With the Tennis Pointer you can learn accuracy and hit the ball directly on the sweet spot. With the Tennis Pointer, every tennis player can improve their technique and coordination after just a few hours of practice (best integrated into the warm-up program). It can be advantageously used for all strokes, including serve practice.
WHICH TENNIS POINTER IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
3 MODELS: Junior, Mid, Pro
THE HISTORY OF THE TENNIS POINTER
Czech coach Jiri Bartos invented the Tennis Pointer in 2011. He lost matches because he got too many wrong hits. His idea: I had to develop a tool with which you can explicitly train precision at the hitting surface. A carpenter friend made the first prototype. The desired effect came quickly: the hits became more precise and success was a fact! In 2013, he had ten more wooden spoons produced, one of which was given to the Czech junior talent Jonas Forejtek, who made Tennis Pointer known to the world after a video went viral when he was 14 years old and practising with Tennis Pointer.
Today, Tennis Pointer is used by tennis players and tennis clubs around the world. The tool has become a very popular tool for both beginners and advanced players up to ATP and WTA professional level.
"Practicing with Tennis Pointer is really fun for kids and adults, even if it is difficult. Most of the time, players see it as a challenge and are happy about every successful stroke. Sometimes I also use Tennis Pointer for technical corrections. Footwork is also encouraged, because only if you stand perfectly against the ball can you get a clean hit. The serve can also be improved with the Tennis Pointer by making the throw more precise. After 7 years I can conclude that the Tennis Pointer works with all strokes, if used regularly. It is best used as part of a warm-up before playing with a regular racket."
- Jiri Bartos, creator of Tennis Pointer