Foam Tennis Balls

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Let balls fly at full speed without worrying about safety—these foam practice tennis balls are friendly to the touch and safe for indoor use! Soft foam construction is non-intimidating for new players, without sacrificing the playability of rubber balls. Their bright yellow color also makes them easy to see for better tracking and coordination.

Specifications

  • Optic Yellow Color
  • 2-3/4” dia
  • Safe, quiet, high-bouncing
  • Available individually or in a pack that includes 24 balls and black storage bag

Safe for Indoor Play

Made of high-density foam, these balls won’t have anywhere near the destructive power of fast-moving rubber tennis balls, rendering them safe for regular use indoors. Foam practice tennis balls are the same size and shape as traditional balls, yet lack the weight and rigidity, allowing for safer play. The size and shape make it possible to teach hitting and volleying normally, perfectly replicating real tennis-ball behavior. They’ll even bounce and play off the racquet like a real ball!

Non-Intimidating Design

The soft and spongy nature of these balls inspires confidence and alleviates any fears students may have about playing tennis. The high density foam is easy to squeeze, giving students superior grip and a comforting sense of control over the game. When hit with a racquet, balls spring back with lively accuracy, exciting students and encouraging them to keep learning the fundamentals of the game.

The bright yellow color of these balls is also non-intimidating. Balls can be seen and tracked wherever they are on the court, lending confidence to students as they position themselves for a return volley. The bright color is great for hand/eye coordination and can help beginners progress in their racquet handling and technique.

Foam Tennis Balls are available individually or in packs of 24 that include a black storage bag.

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