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February 2015

Recreational Play: ROG Balls and Shorter Courts Aren’t Just for Kids!

By Ellen Miller This past spring I was a presenter at the Maryland State High School Coach’s workshop. The topic? “Manage a Variety of Players with Proven Skill-Building Activities.” Though the title might not give it away, the idea... (Click here to read more...)

November 2008

Playing Ball

With materials, labor and shipping all undergoing dramatic cost increases, are we looking at rising tennis ball prices? (Click here to read more...)

July 2007

The Ball Game

How a tennis ball is made. (Click here to read more...)

Ball Testing

We follow the bouncing ball from the lab to the court. (Click here to read more...)

Selling Tennis Balls

Bulk purchases, consumer promotions, and new packaging all help to give your customers what they need. (Click here to read more...)

June 2007

Penn Introduces New Transition Ball Program

Penn recently launched its Pro Penn Tennis Instructional Program (T.I.P.) — a series of transitional tennis balls designed to help beginning players learn the basic skills of tennis in a fast and fun way — in conjunction with the... (Click here to read more...)

New Championship ball from Prince

Prince's new Championship tennis balls are hand-covered for quality and consistency, says the company, with an optic yellow felt that provides controlled "fluff" during use. They come in Extra Duty, Regular Duty, and High Altitude Extra Duty. Visit (Click here to read more...)

May 2007

K3 Offers New Custom Ball Logo Program

K3 Tennis of Birmingham, Ala., has a new custom logo tennis ball program for pro and specialty shops. For orders before June 30, authorized K3 accounts can print their company or club logo on each K3 tennis ball with... (Click here to read more...)



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