A great deal for the club player, buy the biggest selling tennis balls at bulk buy prices. The top quality, Slazenger Wimbledon Ultra Vis tennis ball, is a premium tennis ball but, at a great price. Using the latest technology, these balls offer an unrivalled level of consistancy, which can only improve your game. If you have a great racket, along with these tennis balls, what more do you need......oh yes, apart from talent. Our coaches insist on using these balls and we also sell them for cricket coaching too. Please note 4 Dozen = 12 tins, containing 4 balls in each.
Unlike some other retailers - OUR PRICES INCLUDE DELIVERY to most mainland UK addresses for all orders over £99. *No Nasty Surprises At Checkout* To order these tennis balls, please enter quantity of tins required. The price per tin automatically adjusts at checkout. The Slazenger Wimbledon Ultra Vis tennis balls are premium quality tennis balls that are designed to produce unrivalled levels of performance. These high quality Slazenger tennis balls offer unbelievable levels of visibility, widely considered the best in tennis. The Slazenger Wimbledon Hi Vis tennis balls are the product of extensive research and development, featuring a number of innovative technologies designed to improve and prolong the performance and quality of the ball. This ball is commonly used in high level competitive matches and has developed a reputation as the best tennis ball around. Slazenger are proud sponsors at Wimbledon and have developed this tennis ball overs the past 125 years. The first Slazenger tennis balls were used at The All England Club, in 1902, although the first balls were hand sewn and every ball reacted differently, unlike the modern tennis ball. This popular tennis ball is available from Sports Ball Shop from stock and comes in a tube of four balls
The Dunlop Fort All Court Tournament Select tennis ball is now available to buy in a handy 6 dozen pack containing 18 tins of 4 balls. 72 tennis balls in total. This is a pressurised tennis ball and is suitable for all levels of play on all court surfaces. The Dunlop Fort All Court tennis ball has a higher Quality Control process to go through to ensure all characteristics fall in a tighter band such as bounce, pressure, appearance. The original Dunlop Fort core has been re-mastered and re-engineered to a higher specification resulting in Dunlop HD Core technology which is shown to increase the durability and maintain consistent playing characteristics of the ball. The Dunlop Fort All Court Ball Tournament Select tennis ball is ITF Approved. This pack contains 6 dozen x 4 ball tins - 72 balls in total in a box of 18 tins.
This Slazenger Wimbledon Ultra vis tennis ball is the biggest selling tennis ball in the UK and now avaliable to buy in quantities of 2 dozen. Slazenger and Wimbledon have been associated for over 100 years so if Wimbledon and the LTA trust this ball then so should you. High quality tennis ball with bulk buy prices.
You already know Slazenger tennis balls are the best quality balls on the market, now buy them with bulk buy prices. Here you can buy 1 dozen Slazenger Wimbledon Ultra Vis tennis balls, saving pounds off the individual buy price. If Wimbledon have been using these balls for over 100 years you know they are a good ball. Please note 1 Dozen = 3 tins, containing 4 balls in each.
The iconic Dunlop Fort All Court Tournament Select tennis ball is a pressurised tennis ball and is suitable for all levels of play on all court surfaces and uses the latest Dunlop HD Core technology. But what makes this better than the original Dunlop Fort All Court ball is the higher Quality Control process it goes through to make sure all characteristics fall in a tighter band such as bounce, pressure, appearance. The classic Dunlop Fort core has been re-mastered and re-engineered to a higher specification resulting in Dunlop HD Core technology which increases the durability and maintains consistent playing characteristics of the ball allowing players to have complete confidence in their game. The Dunlop Fort All Court Ball Tournament Select tennis ball is ITF Approved. This ball comes in a tin of 4 balls. Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide Reviews
The 1st tennis Grand Slam of the year is always the Australian Open and from 2019 the Dunlop Australian open tennis ball is the Official ball of the tournament. The Dunlop Australian Open ball comes in a pressurized tube containing 4 tennis balls. The ball use the HD Core and HD Pro Cloth technologies which make it easier to play with on all surfaces. These balls are ITF Approved and are Premium ultra durable All Court balls. The Dunlop AO tennis ball is a premium grade ball with high grade woven cloth, the HD core increases durability and feel.
To order these tennis balls, please enter quantity of tins required. The price per tin automatically adjusts at checkout. The Slazenger Championship Hydroguard tennis balls are first grade core tennis balls that offer finer performance as a result of the innovative Hydroguard water resistance system. This pioneering system has developed the cloth of the tennis ball and can now repel up to 70% more water than the standard tennis ball. These impressive, high specification tennis balls are designed to maintain their performance and playability in wet playing conditions for longer. Tube of four balls.
Dunlop Stage 1 Green tennis balls are transitional balls for players progressing from stage 2, toward the full game. The balls are for players of all ages. These tennis balls are 25% slower than a traditional tennis ball, which enables the player to have more time to prepare their choice of shot. These tennis balls come in a tube containing 3 balls Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide Reviews
Dunlop Stage 2 Orange tennis balls are designed for beginners of all ages. The tennis balls are 50% slower than a traditional tennis ball, ensuring all new players will have sufficient time to select their shot of choice. As the balls are slower they also have a lower bounce due to the ball having less compression, making the ball easier to hit. The tubes contain 3 balls in each tube. Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide Reviews
An ideal pack whether your a club player or just a casual player. The Slazenger Wimbledon Ultra Vis ball is one of the highest rated balls available. Save time and space carrying around a load of tins of balls and use this handy Lusum bag The pack includes: 36 x Tins of 4 Slazenger Wimbledon Ultra Vis Tennis Balls 1 x Lusum ball bag
Once you pop open your tubes of Dunlop Fort All Court Tournament Select tennis balls it can be a pain to put back into the tins at the end of play. This pack includes a Lusum tennis ball bag which is capable of holding up to 60 tennis balls. The bag has a shoulder strap and a drawstring closer for ease of transportation. The Dunlop Fort All Court Tournament Select tennis balls come in 9 tins of 4 ball (36 balls in total) and are ideal for use on all court surfaces and can be used by all levels of player. The balls use the latest Dunlop HD technology and have a Fluo cloth making them ideal when weather conditions are on the dull side. Made in the Philippines and package in tins which can be 100% recycled and ITF Approved. Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide
Buying tennis balls by the carton is the most cost effective way to buy tennis balls. So buying the Slazenger Championship tennis ball in a carton of 18 tubes containing 6 dozen balls, is ideal for the prudent player. The Championship tennis ball is an impressive ball ideal for use in damp conditions and on all surfaces. This 6 dozen pack contains 18 tubes each holding 4 tennis balls.
Dunlop became the Official ball supplier to the ATP World Tour in 2019. The Dunlop ATP Tour Official Tennis Balls are available in tins of 4 balls and are probably bthe highest grade ball available today. The HD Pro Cloth is a super premium grade and the pressurised balls are designed for Elite Tournament play on all surfaces. They have the HD Pro Core too for increased and the very best consistency and performance. This ball replaces the Dunlop Fort Elite ball This is also the official ball used at the season-ending ATP NextGen Finals and Nitto ATP Finals. The no.1* tennis ball on the ATP Tour Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide Reviews
Always one of the sporting highlights of January is the 1st tennis Grand Slam of the year which is always the Australian Open. As with last year the Dunlop Australian Open tennis ball is once again the Official tennis ball of the tournament. The pressurized 4 ball tube contains the highly regarded Dunlop Australian Open ball. The Australian Open tennis ball uses the HD Core and HD Pro Cloth technologies which make it easier to play with on all surfaces. These high quality balls are ITF Approved and are Premium ultra durable All Court balls. This pack contains 9 tubes (36 balls) and a heavy duty tennis ball bag which is capable of holding up to 60 tennis balls Reviews
The Uwin stage 3 tennis balls are the perfect ball for beginners. They are slightly larger than a standard ball and have a lower compression making them slower and less bouncy. The Stage 3 balls are designed to be 75% slower, which allows the new player to develop their skills quicker. The slower bounce allows the players to focus on the shot development and to have time to get in to the correct position. This pack includes 12 balls with the balls in a mixed red/yellow combination. They are great for coaching tennis skills with experienced players too..
Slazenger Slazenger Foam training balls
These Foam Training balls, from Slazenger are designed for stage 3 players to help build confidence before moving onto harder tennis balls. The ball has a design similar to a real tennis ball and measures 7cm in diameter. The foam ball is used extensively in clubs and schools. It is suitable for use both indoors and out. Each pack of 12 balls comes in a clear plastic bag with a drawstring Slazenger Ref 457092.
Dunlop Dunlop Tennis Training Balls
Available in a bucket or just as a refill box, each contains 5 dozen / 60 Dunlop tennis balls. (Buckets are currently sold out) If you're looking for high quality tennis balls that represent unrivalled value for money then you've come to the right place. These Dunlop Tennis Training Balls come in a bucket of 60 balls or in a refill box and are ideal for coaching and training and development purposes. These durable tennis balls are suitable for players of any level and are designed to offer extensive durability and amazing performance. These balls have succesfully been used when coaching youth Cricketers and obviously are great for coaching Tennis. They are ideal for Tennis ball machines too. Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide
The Dunlop Stage 2 Tennis balls come in a sturdy bucket containing 60 orange/yellow tennis balls. These are designed for use by beginners of all ages due to the lower bounce, giving the player more time to complete their shot. Great for coaching skills and drills. The ITF Approved Dunlop Stage 2 ball is around 50% slower than a standard tennis ball as it has a lower compression and so offers a lower and slower bounce making the ball slightly easier to hit. The bucket has a lid and sturdy carry handle and holds 60 tennis balls
The Dunlop Stage 1 Tennis Ball Bucket contains 60 green tennis balls which have a 25% lower bounce. These balls are designed for use by players moving from stage 2 balls and are a great ball to develop tennis skills. The balls have a lower bounce and allow the developing playing to have slightly more time to play each shot. This allows the player to improve and grow in confidence. The Stage 1 balls come in a sturdy bucket with carry handle and each bucket contains 60 balls. Ideal for players of all ages as they are a transition ball for players moving from stage 2 balls through to stage 1. They can also be used by experienced players who want to have more time when developing new skills.
The Uwin Trainer Tennis Balls have been created as an ideal option for developing players and are increasingly popular within schools and clubs for recreational use. The balls are pressureless and have needlefelt cloth. 60 tennis balls per bucket. These tennis balls are also suitable for coaching cricket skills too.
Slazenger Slazenger Shortex Balls
These Slazenger Shortex tennis balls are constructed from foam. Measuring 8.5cm in diameter, they are perfect for toddlers just starting out playing tennis. The design has given them a hard wearing outer, to ensure the balls are able to withstand many hours of being hit, with a racket. These foam balls come in a handy drawstring, plastic carry bag. Each bag contains 12 Shortex balls which are suitable for use indoors and out. Slazenger Ref 457091.
The Uwin Stage 1 Green Tennis balls come in a bucket of 72 balls. They have been designed to help develop the skills of young and upcoming players. These stage 1 balls are pressureless which makes them 25% slower than a standard tennis ball, which allows the player to get in to the correct position and focus on the shot technique. The stage 1 balls have been developed for players moving from a small court to a full sized court. Colour coded green as specified by the ITF.
The Uwin Stage 2 Orange Tennis balls are the ideal balls for those starting to learn how to play tennis. These balls are 50% slower than a standard ball which allows the player a lot more time to prepare for the shot. Allowiing the player to develop the skills and and shot selection. This bucket contains 72 balls The stage 2 balls have quickly become one of our best selling balls into schools and clubs. They are designed for use on a smaller sized court (18 metres) but can also be used on full sized courts too
The Uwin stage 3 tennis balls are the perfect ball for players looking to start playing tennis. They are slightly larger than a standard ball and have a lower compression making them slower and less bouncy. Stage 3 balls tennis ball are 75% slower than a standard tennis ball, allowing the player more time to develop their skills and improve quickly. This ball is sold in singles but is also available in multi buy packs of 1 dozen balls too.
These Dunlop Stage 3 Red tennis balls are designed especially for new players to hone their tennis skills. They are larger than a standard tennis ball and have low compression, this makes the ball much slower, ensuring the beginner will have much more time to prepare for their shot. You are able to buy these balls individually and the price shown is per ball. Dunlop Tennis Ball Comparison Guide Reviews
The Uwin Team Tennis Balls come in a bucket of 72 balls. These have been made for all court surfaces and are pressureless balls making them ideal for tennis acadeimes or coaches. The tennis balls have been created to withstand the demands of training sessions. The Uwin tennis balls are constructed with a premuim quality woven cloth and offer a reliable bounce and are both durable and long lasting. This bucket contains 72 balls.