Tennis can be a real workout of a sport. Running up and down the court, swinging that racket with all your strength, taking flying leaps in hopes of reaching the ball — it is exhausting. All of this action is the thrill of the game, but one action can quickly prove irritating: picking up the balls.
When you cycle through all the tennis balls you own, you have to stop the game and round them up again. This might not be a problem if those orbs were not so hollow or lightweight. They can soar over the fence or otherwise beyond a convenient reach. Picking them up can be tiring, and not in a satisfying way.
Thankfully, there are a few different ways to approach this annoyance. You could simply get more balls, reducing the number of times you run out during the game. You could also use equipment that speeds up the pick-up parts. Tennis ball hoppers can help with both. Here is some more information on this device, as well as a list of the best.