This is the first of a series of posts that will talk about why we believe that the tennis experience should include the use of the red, orange, and green balls for the long term health of a tennis player. It also serves (pun intended) to help players see greater growth in their play.
One way that they help is they allow you to add more frequency of hits in a session when your time is limited.
Most of us don’t play for more than an hour or two hours a week. Shouldn’t you maximize that time wisely? Video games have figured out how to hook you within the first few minutes of playing the game. You feel success to the point of wanting to continue. The low compression balls help you have the same feeling on the tennis court because you can keep the ball going with another person longer. The increased frequency of the ball going back and forth allows you to get more time hitting all of your favorite strokes. Once the frequency increases the complexity of points also increases which allows you to experience more of what the pros are feeling when they are playing their insane points!
If you're interested in this type of experience, Ask the front desk or one of the coaches to try them the next time you're at the club.