Click the button below or email email@example.com to contribute your experiences with this product. Although not necessary, it's interesting to have a first name, city, state and country (no email addresses will be used). Any information submitted becomes the property of Tennis Warehouse.
Please include any relevant information such as skill level and style of play.
Comments: I own two of the large Sampras ball hoppers and one of these small ones......love
them. First of all, I honestly think both the large model and the smaller Sampras/Unique
plastic ball hoppers do NOT hold what is stated. Probably get 33 balls in the smaller one and
70-75 in the larger one (that's fine with me - who honestly is counting and perfectly getting
every little ball in there). The balls will jam up a little bit if you try to cram every little ball in
there. The company does need to re-design the interior of the basket. It's not smooth, so
the edges can grab a few balls as you fill up the basket, and can scrape your hand a little bit
as you reach in and out. I love using the smaller 36 ball hopper because I can bring this one with me at all times. If
I'm playing a friend, we have plenty of balls to hit with and do a few drills. Going through more
(say 60 or more balls) gets very tiring and probably a little boring for the one who is doing all
of the "feeding" during the drills. 30-36 balls seems like a good number to get thru a drill
quickly, pick up the balls, switch and get going again. The main reason I really like the
smaller size is to always have in the trunk and use for serving practice. Again, getting through
30-36 balls seems like a good number to practice serving into one box, before taking a
break, picking up, grabbing some water, relax for a few minutes and then switch to serve
over into the other box. I haven't had any problems with the plastic breaking or splitting. All of mine are not abused,
but they have been in and out of trunks a lot and fallen over plenty of times on the courts. I
only used my larger ball hoppers for dumping 75-150 balls into my ball machine.
Otherwise, the smaller model is my bread-butter and go to basket for everyday use. The
only other model out there that I would personally recommend is the MasterPro 72 or 50 (or
larger).....if you still need a basket that picks up and flips over to stand up. Those are very
well put together too, but more on the traditional powder-coated steel construction model.
From: Michael, 7/12
Comments: I love it. I had a Wilson basket before and it was very hard to make it stand, this one is super easy and
the transition to picker upper is effortless. It's light and I even can pick up 3 balls if they are together. It does everything it is
suppose to do and the price is low. I'm very satisfied.
From: Miguel, 10/11