How to Set Up a Tennis Hitting Wall

If you're thinking about setting up a tennis hitting wall, you're in luck! Randy from Georgia did it, and he sent us these pictures of his setup. It looks great!

Tennis Hitting Wall

Randy mentioned that he wanted to make some improvements to his bracing system. He plans to hook up another turnbuckle system from the 5/8" steel rod to a fence post further away from the wall. This will help to keep the wall more stable.

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Here are some additional tips for setting up a tennis hitting wall:

  • Choose a location for your wall that is free from obstructions.
  • Make sure the wall is level.
  • If you are using a steel rod, make sure it is galvanized to prevent rust.
  • Paint the wall a bright color so that you can easily see the ball.
  • Consider adding a net to your wall to improve your accuracy.

With a little planning and effort, you can easily set up a tennis hitting wall in your backyard. This is a great way to improve your tennis skills and have some fun at the same time.

If you have any questions about how to set up a tennis hitting wall, please contact us. We'd be happy to help you get started.

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