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In every tennis tournament, you’ll catch the players taking a moment to select the balls for the next set. Andy Roddick is known to pick out a few balls, place them on the stringbed of his racket and then select the final ball carefully.
If that doesn’t tell you how easily tennis balls you choose can make or break a serve, win you a point or lose you the game, nothing ever will.
Selecting a tennis ball is, thankfully, easier than selecting a tennis racket. Three simple criterias and you have a pack of tennis balls ready to be shipped home.
The first way to narrow down your choice is by finding out what surface you play on because tennis balls are designed specifically for different surfaces:
Regular Duty- Clay/Indoor Tennis Courts
Extra Duty- Grass Courts
High Altitude- Courts High Above the Sea Level
So that’s the first criteria. The second is the make of the tennis ball. There are two types of tennis balls: pressurized and solid core (non-pressurized) tennis ball.
The centre of a pressurized tennis ball is filled with nitrogen. While that makes for some easy playing due to the lightness of the ball, the air inside the ball will start leaking in about a month, making the ball lose its pressure. That makes pressurized tennis balls easy to play with for beginners but not very durable.
The non-pressurized tennis balls have a solid core, making them slightly heavier. But solid core balls are able to outlast pressurized balls by months and are used in professional tennis so this is the ball to go for when you’re planning on advancing in the sport.
The last criteria is fuzziness. Yes, you read that right. In fact, most of the times when you see tennis pros taking a moment or two to select the balls for the next set they’re analysing the extent to which the fuzziness has been preserved on the ball. Fuzziness on a ball is a good thing. It creates friction on impact and facilitates topspins and backspins. But often the fuzziness gets dishevelled and that adds weight to the ball, making it slower while travelling through the air. No wonder, Roddick, known for the speediest serves spends so much time picking out tennis balls that minimal fluffiness to their fuzzy covering.
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