Tennis ball definition, a hollow ball used in tennis, made of rubber with a fuzzy covering of woven Dacron, nylon, or wool. See more.
A tennis game begins with a serve. One of the players, called the server, stands at one end of the court. The server throws the ball into the air and tries to hit it over the net. The opponent tries to return the serve—hit the ball back over the net. The players hit the ball back and forth until one of them fails to make a good return.
A tennis ball is a ball designed for the sport of tennis. Tennis balls are fluorescent yellow in organised competitions,   but in recreational play can be virtually any color. Tennis balls are covered in a fibrous felt which modifies their aerodynamic properties, and each has a white curvilinear oval covering it.
A person (usually a kid), responsible to give new balls to the tennis professional in case the ball goes out of the court. The same ball boy is also responsible to supply balls before service. In the case of a girl, this person is known as a ball girl.
1 : a round or roundish body or mass: such as. a : a spherical or ovoid body used in a game or sport a tennis ball —used figuratively in phrases like the ball is in your court to indicate who has the responsibility or opportunity for further action. b : earth, globe.
Tennis is one of the most popular individual sports in the world. In tennis the player uses a racquet to hit a ball over a net into the opponents court. The ball must be kept in play and can only bounce one time on the court surface before the opponent must strike the ball back over the net. The standard ball is made up of felt over hollow rubber.
BALL: Oversize Foam ball or oversized low-compression felt ball ORANGE TENNIS (8+ year olds) COURT: Net height: 80 cm (31.5 inches) Length: 18 m (60 feet) Width: Singles: 6.40 m (21 feet) Doubles: 8.20 m (27 feet) Racquet: 23 or 25 inch (depending on player size) BALL: Low Compression ball GREEN TENNIS Full-Court Transition (10+ year olds & adults)
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