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Tennibot - The World's First Robotic Tennis Ball Collector

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The winner of this year's Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge was the Tennibot. The Tennibot is robotic tennis ball collector that utilizes sophisticated sensors to collect tennis balls effortlessly. 

Tennibot detects tennis balls on the court, and picks them up on its own. It can run up to 5 hours on a single charge. Pretty cool right?

It even has an app to let you decide where you want it to pick up balls. It can be both sides of the court, single side or even at the net only.

This would be the perfect tool for practicing your serve. 

Meet the Tennibot

A quick promotion video of the Tennibot robotic tennis ball collector.


Tennibot Robotic Tennis Ball Collector at CES 2017

Check out the Tennibot at the 2017 CES in Las Vegas.


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