Wilson Championship Tennis Balls

Written on September 6, 2009 – 6:45 pm | by thrandur |

Wilson is the world’s largest manufacturer of tennis balls. There are several stages that Wilson championship tennis balls go through throughout the manufacturing process. Wilson tennis balls start out as the circular rubber spheres that are molded into unique half shells that are combined to form a hollow rubber ball. Then, special Wilson felt is […]

Wilson Tennis Balls

Written on September 4, 2009 – 5:18 pm | by thrandur |

Wilson tennis balls are the most popular brand of tennis balls in the world. When you pick up a tennis ball, chances are that its branded with the familiar Wilson logo. The ball of choice for the US Open since 1979, the balls are among the most commonly used in professional matches. Production on Wilson […]

Prince Tennis Balls

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:57 pm | by thrandur |

Prince has launched tennis balls in the market. You can easily classify these tennis balls into the following three categories: – Tour series balls which have a regular felt – Tour series balls with extra duty felt and – High altitude balls with extra duty felt All the Prince Tennis balls are USTA and ITF […]

Tennis Ball Rating

Written on September 4, 2009 – 4:50 pm | by thrandur |

Can Tennis Ball Ratings Improve You Game? We’ve come a long way from playing tennis with leather balls stuffed with human hair. The tennis balls of modern day are more sophisticated. Scientific studies helped form the tennis balls used in modern day matches. The question is, can tennis ball ratings improve our game? As with […]

Rebounded Tennis Training Balls

Written on September 4, 2009 – 12:23 pm | by thrandur |

Have you wanted to get better at your tennis game but have no one available to hit with? I know I have. Sure we can go to the local tennis courts and hopefully meet up with someone who has the same dilemma. But there are two problems with that. First, there is a chance you […]

Prince Extra Duty Championship Tennis Balls

Written on September 3, 2009 – 11:47 pm | by thrandur |

The Prince Extra Duty Championship tennis ball offers your game a better swing, longer backhands and comes in cans for convenience of carrying. Considered the king of tennis balls, the Prince Extra Duty Championship tennis balls in my opinion are better than Wilson or Penn balls for a long game. The first game I used […]

Penn Extra Duty Tennis Balls

Written on September 3, 2009 – 11:39 pm | by thrandur |

Penn has long been a reliable name in tennis equipment. This racquet manufacturer’s line of balls have been trusted and used on the courts of multiple major championships, and come at a reasonable price. The Extra Duty balls are both firm and durable, designed specifically for play on hard courts including outdoor paved courts of […]

Penn Championship Two Tone Tennis Balls

Written on September 3, 2009 – 11:34 pm | by thrandur |

The Top Notch Benefit of Using PENN CHAMPIONSHIP TWO TONE Tennis Balls As most people who are avid tennis players will tell you, not all tennis balls are identical. Some are manufactured in a manner that is of the highest quality and that makes the ability to play the game a great deal easier. Then […]

Penn Heavy Duty Tennis Balls

Written on September 3, 2009 – 11:26 pm | by thrandur |

Have you ever just grabbed your racket and can of balls out of the garage and headed down to the court to play a couple of sets, only to find out that your tennis balls went flat? Now you’re thinking, “So much for saving a few bucks and buying the cheap balls!” Everyone is always […]

Wilson US Open Extra Duty Tennis Balls

Written on September 3, 2009 – 11:19 pm | by thrandur |

Get a High Quality Tennis Ball for Cheap on E-bay The Wilson US Open Extra Duty Tennis Ball is a new step in the innovation of the tennis ball. The official sponsor of US Open tennis has supplied us with a ball that uses a very high quality felt that lasts for much longer than […]

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