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Head Tennis Balls With players like Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Maria Sharapova all using Head tennis racquets you can be sure that you are getting a high quality product. The Head Titanium series of tennis racquets in 1997 was the first in the industry to combine titanium and graphite and launched a new generation of racquets.
Penn Tour is included in Penn’s premium line of tennis balls and provide players with optimum core and felt technologies for the perfect balance of consistency, longevity, and overall playability. Penn Tour balls are used in 4 out of the 5 largest tournaments in North America. Read more. Wishlist Wishlist; Compare Compare; Penn Tour Regular-Duty Felt 4-ball Can. Penn Tour is included in.
How to select the correct junior tennis ball. All junior tennis balls which we sell conform to the LTA mini tennis 'traffic light' scheme. Here is a general guide to choosing the right junior (mini) tennis balls: Players aged 8 and under. Choose red junior tennis balls (75% slower than yellow balls) Players aged 8 and 9.
Whatever type of tennis balls you are looking for, we can guarantee that your favourite brand is represented in the Tennis-Point range. If you want to play like the pros, you can choose between legendary brands like Wilson, Head, Babolat and Dunlop. You can also go for our own branded products, including handy 72-ball buckets which will be perfect for practice sessions and teaching.
Head Radical tennis balls also come in a pressurised can, but the can is transparent, rather than metal. Slazenger Solo tennis balls can be used on all types of playing surfaces and come in a pack of three. Training and coaching. For training and coaching purposes, there are different types of tennis balls. Slazenger tennis balls such as their large size red tennis balls have a lower bounce.
HEAD Instinct Tennis Balls (4 Balls) Compare prices below on HEAD Instinct Tennis Balls (4 Balls), offered at fantastic internet only prices from leading Tennis stockists! Stockist.
Penn tennis balls are used in many high-profile tournaments worldwide, while Penn racquetballs are the official balls of the IRT and U.S. Racquetball Association. Penn once produced tennis balls and racquetballs in Phoenix, Arizona. In March 2009, Head shut down the Penn ball manufacturing factory. Now all tennis balls are produced in China. Head also licenses its brand to makers of clothing.