Servemaster | 2-Ball


The ServeMaster 2 Ball (25", 12 oz) is designed for junior players who are about to transition to a full sized racket, for beginner or smaller adults and players lacking confidence in their serve. The 2 Ball is also great for ground-stroke and overhead work for all players, warm-up, injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Servemaster enables players to experience and practice what the motion should feel like -  taking the ball out of the process makes it easier to break down each component and movement of the serve in order to improve upon each step. You'll see quicker results with less frustration.

Here's an introduction to coaching with Servemaster:


The ServeMaster is a revolutionary new tennis tool developed primarily for mastering the tennis serve and overhead techniques. Carry it in your bag for use on or off the tennis court. It simply and easily teaches efficient tennis serve technique to players of all levels for a faster, more powerful topspin, slice or kick tennis serve with control.

ServeMaster accelerates the learning curve by developing better feel of the serve motion.

FEEL is what opens the door to understanding a fluid, rhythmic and powerful tennis serve motion. Using ServeMaster accelerates the learning curve and shows you how to relax your wrist and grip, and let the racket head do the work for you. When you can FEEL what is correct then you can start to replicate the motion and begin to make fast improvements on your serve.

"Wayne Ferreira and I are always having our players utilize the ServeMaster to keep developing the proper swing shape and follow thru. The ServeMaster also teaches the proper shifting of weight from the front to back and front again and dramatically improves tossing skills.

"This teaching aid is also a must for every adult who needs help with every aspect of their serve as well as for every child who would like to have the proper fundamentals from the beginning. Also the way the handle is designed allows the grip to easily stay in the difficult continental grip and the different weights in the head end teach relaxation, hitting up and pronation."

Wayne Ferreira (Former ATP #6; Coach & Mentor); Rosie Bareis (Top Ten Tennis Academy; Former  US #1; World Class Junior Developer)