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Tennis Balls + Serving

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
What are the pros actually looking for when they select balls before a serve?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
worms.
#2
Well that's strange just been thinking that myself:? Of course I have no clue what so ever:oops:
1 Like #3
[COLOR="Red"]I asked my mate who was playing at Wimbledon (junior championship, he's 17) this week and he said that they look for the balls which have been used the least and have less 'fluff' on them. This allows them to hit the ball harder when serving and get more spin on it etc.

HTH.[/COLOR]
#4
The JFK;5637957
[COLOR=Red]I asked my mate who was playing at Wimbledon (junior championship, he's 17) this week and he said that they look for the balls which have been used the least and have less 'fluff' on them. This allows them to hit the ball harder when serving and get more spin on it etc.

HTH.[/COLOR]


My friend Roger Federer agreed :thumbsup:
#5
The JFK
[COLOR="Red"]I asked my mate who was playing at Wimbledon (junior championship, he's 17) this week and he said that they look for the balls which have been used the least and have less 'fluff' on them. This allows them to hit the ball harder when serving and get more spin on it etc.

HTH.[/COLOR]


well, i believe you.

I was watching This morning and they were saying that in the heat balls go "fuzzy" and players dont like "Fuzzy" tennis balls.
#6
Looking for the round ones,
#7
Would I be correct lads that "Fuzzy Balls" are a bad thing?:)
1 Like #9


lol

If your balls are too fuzzy, shave em :)

maxmix
banned#10
altho the opposite say they dont like em fuzzy....they really do...as men we should know....

no means yes *bottoms up*
#11
ChipSticks
worms.


I luvit, I realy luvit!
#12
The newer the balls are the faster they will go!

I prefer OLD balls - lol and I am talking tennis balls
#13
The JFK
[COLOR="Red"]I asked my mate who was playing at Wimbledon (junior championship, he's 17) this week and he said that they look for the balls which have been used the least and have less 'fluff' on them. This allows them to hit the ball harder when serving and get more spin on it etc.

HTH.[/COLOR]


that is actually true (the fluff, not the **** about his friend at wimbledon)
#14
[COLOR="Red"]Suspended^^^. :-([/COLOR]
#15
Butterflies
The newer the balls are the faster they will go!

I prefer OLD balls - lol and I am talking tennis balls


Not what I heard in the night chat..... :-D jk

What happened to Wilko ? Suspendered !

maxmix
#16
Ooh must have been something about the stars in the text!
#17
The JFK
[COLOR="Red"]I asked my mate who was playing at Wimbledon (junior championship, he's 17) this week and he said that they look for the balls which have been used the least and have less 'fluff' on them. This allows them to hit the ball harder when serving and get more spin on it etc.

HTH.[/COLOR]


You are hilarious
#18
thfc andyp3
You are hilarious


Does my Tatoo look fat in these knickers springs to mind :w00t: No pics i'm afraid lol

maxmix
#19
to be fair to JFK at least he isn't claiming that he is the one competing in the Junior championship

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