Tennis inspires people of all ages all over the world. And for playing, the right tennis balls are indispensable. But what should you look out for?
We help you with a checklist and direct product suggestions to find the right ball for you, so that the next serve sits safely!
- A tennis ball must be seamless.
- The weight must be around 57 grams (plus/minus 0.5 grams).
- The diameter of the ball must be between 65.4 and 68.6 cm.
- Tennis balls should be suitable for any surface: balls made of felt are recommended.
- The color of a tennis ball is usually neon green or neon yellow to ensure the best possible visibility and thus safety.
- The quality can be found out by certain seals of approval in the description:
“ITF-tested” should be noted. This ball then meets the standards of the International Tennis Federation.
- Tennis balls are divided into balls with internal pressure and pressureless balls.
- Balls with internal pressure are gentler on the arm, offer more spin and spin and are used in tennis competitions.
- Pressureless balls are particularly suitable for ball machines or serve training. They should not be chosen in cooler temperatures, where their outer shell hardens.
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FAQ About Tennis Balls
A tennis ball should weigh between 56.7 and 58.5 grams.
A tennis ball should have a diameter between 654 and 686 mm.
Tennis balls should range in weight between 56.7 and 58.5 grams.
Felt makes tennis balls particularly robust and ensures that they are suitable for almost any floor surface without breaking quickly.
In inner pressure balls, there is a non-dense rubber coating under the outer felt wall that protects a cavity. This releases pressure and also absorbs it again through the leaky coating.
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