Discussion in 'Tennis' started by ill, Jul 27, 2016.
Bump? Any idea?
Play with 2 cans of balls. You only touch the Penn balls, your opponent only touches the Wilson's. Easy.
If you're playing together, I don't see the big deal about having sperate balls. If there is any virus on them, that survives, impacting your racquet is going to spread them in your area.
I figure this is more about people on other courts. Just give them a little kick. Even though I am more "cavalier" about the Rona than some people, I do still cringe a little when someone else picks up my ball and tosses it to me.
If I have Penn, what do I do when a Wilson ball is on my side and gets past me for a winner? How do we play with the Wilson balls then?
Or do I then kick the Wilson ball back?
Ok, that makes sense, it's about people on other courts. I didn't think of that.
I've been getting out and playing once or twice a week. I have been hitting the ball pretty well, but I really wasn't into it last night. My serve has been pretty solid though, which seems like my norm at the beginning of every season.
Like in golf, I think I forget all my bad habits over the winter and some of my strokes reset. I think that is where I am now.
I am loving my change in racquets I made last season. It is making a huge difference with it being a few ounces lighter than the Wilson I had been using.
The separate balls thing is not effective, ut probably not necessary anyway. A glove on the non dominant/tossing hand would probably be more effective.
I only play with people I know and trust.
I would likely still play with someone I don't know though. I am getting way too trusting with the whole thing lately.
With people I know I just bring sanitizer with me. Everyone uses before starting. Dont have to worry about all that other stuff.
No one I know has wanted to play yet.
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