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Rory McIlroy Drives a Tennis Ball through the Yale Bowl Tunnel- New Haven Open
Professional golfer Rory Mcilroy drives tennis balls to see if he can land one in the tunnel at the Yale Bowl during the New Haven Open. Can he do ...
Red, Orange, & Green Tennis Ball Shipments Continue Growth ...
As the industry continues to invest in growing the youth tennis segment of the market, wholesale shipment units of red, orange, and green tennis balls continue to rise. Through the first half of 2012 wholesale unit shipments of these balls are up nearly 42% versus last year. Moving forward, a key indicator of sell through of this product will be if retailers re-stock current inventories for the remainder of the year and into 2013....
Why do they raise the tennis ball when they have new balls?
I've never understood why the professionals raise the tennis ball high to the other player when the circulation of tennis balls is new. Can anyone explain it to me? Is it just etiquette?
It's so the opponent knows that they are new, because the bounce is different than when using a ball that's been through a set. I'm pretty sure the bounce in higher with new ones.
In the Know: Mary Carillo on why pros look at and discard some tennis balls ...
"They are looking for the freshest ball, the ball that has the most speed in it," Carillo said. "They are trying to find one that hasn't been hit as much, one that will take the power and the spin better than a fluffier ball."
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Tennis Science for Tennis Players
Why are some serves easier to return than others? The mysteries behind the winning strokes, equipment, and surfaces of the game of tennis are accessibly explained by Howard Brody through the laws of physics.
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In the Know: Mary Carillo on why pros look at and discard some tennis balls ...|
Naples resident Mary Carillo accepts the Gracie Award for Outstanding Program Host as tennis great Billie Jean King watches at left during the Gracie Allen Awards gala June 18, 2007, in New York. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano). Tennis balls in a display case