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How to choose tennis balls?

Pressurized vs non pressurized tennis balls

When choosing a tennis ball, you should be familiar with the fact that some balls are pressurized while others are pressureless. Pressurized tennis balls are made using a process that applies internal air pressure to the balls. This pressure causes the tennis ball to bounce quite high. Pressurized tennis balls are the most popular and common types of balls you can find on the market. Pressurized tennis balls are the official balls used in major tennis tournaments.
On the other hand, pressureless tennis balls do not have compressed air inside them. For that reason, they do not bounce as high as pressurized balls, and they are also slower. Babolat, Yonex, Dunlop, Drop Shot and Softee make and offer the best quality tennis balls.

Tennis Balls Regular Service vs Extra Service

Extra strong tennis balls are made from high quality materials and use more nylon than wool. These balls provide a more satisfying experience than regular balls, which also means they will move a little slower on hard courts and last longer.
Regular service tennis balls, on the other hand, are made with more wool than nylon. These balls move a bit faster and are less spongy, making them ideal for softer surfaces like clay or grass.

Professional vs Championship Tennis Balls

Finally, the last but most important point to remember when choosing tennis balls is that you need to know the distinction between professional and championship tennis balls. Professional balls generally give the player a better feel, but are more expensive. Championship tennis balls are more durable.

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