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Fast swing speeds deliver more power. It's what improving competitive athletes are looking for in all sports like tennis, golf, and baseball. Now there's a way to measure your speed to provide a baseline for improvement! The Swing Speed Radar is compact and works easily and accurately with the touch of a single button. It can be hooked to a fence or mounted on a tripod for tennis or baseball and set on the gound for golf. Ultra slow speed and calibrated video analysis tests in tennis on Pete Sampras' first serve show that a swing speed of 90 miles per hour produces a ball speed of 120 miles per hour. This results in a ratio of swing speed to ball speed of 1:1.35 mph. This is the first device to offer comparative measurements of how each player can optimize their swing speed on all shots!
In the detailed images above, you can see Teaching Professional Ross Duncan, who submitted a photo showing the Swing Speed Radar extended up from a teaching cart to help his students with their serves.