The Drone-ovic currently being trailed by Virgin Active is as a matter of fact the only drone in the world you can have when it comes to training tennis players, especially in the area of serving.
The ordinary ball machine is good but really can’t help players master their swings, this is where the drone comes in. It aims at improving the techniques and agility of players. It is designed to drop tennis balls from high up so that players can practice their swings and smashes in a way that they wouldn’t be able to with the simple ball machine. Also, thanks to its 4k camera, couches can review the techniques.
Virgin Active is a chain of health clubs in South Africa, Namibia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Singapore, Thailand and the United Kingdom. The company launched in 1998 in Preston, Lancashire as part of Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, headquartered in Milton Keynes.
Virgin Group Ltd is a branded venture capital organization founded by British business tycoon Sir Richard Branson. The core business areas are travel, entertainment and lifestyle, among others. Virgin Group’s date of incorporation is listed as 1989 by Companies House, who class it as a holding company; however Virgin’s business and trading activities date to 1970.