The Wilson Practice Extra Duty tennis ball is great alternative to other tennis balls for teaching and coaching. The Wilson Practice balls is an economic value and does not meet tournament standards. Instead, it is a great ball to use for teaching beginners or for practice.
The Wilson Practice Extra Duty case contains 24 cans (3 balls per can- 72 balls per case).
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Every Different Type of Tennis Ball
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Note: Due to the size of this item it does not qualify for free 2nd Day Air shipping. Fee is $10.95 and will be Standard ground shipping.
Great service and product
I purchase practice balls for approximately 160 students a year at our facility. Wilsons extra duty, practice tennis balls really serve their purpose....they last a long time and are economical. Our instructors always ask for Wilson tennis balls because they keep their bounce.
Delivery was very good. Balls were on back order, but I was notified and they didnt take long to arrive.
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This ball is definitely the best of the practice balls on the market. It is heavy and lasts a pretty long time. Most of these balls are good enough to actually play with. It is an excellent value.
Little hard at the beginning
They start out like rocks but are much better the next day.
Wilson Extra Duty Practice Balls
Good quality for the money. I use them in my on court practices and for my ball machine. Tennis Express was very prompt in shipping the product.
James R. Rollins
Practice Tennis Balls
Good choice to standing up to the constant impact, associated with practicing serve placement.
Fantastic Practice Ball
We only purchase Practice Extra Duty Tennis Balls from Wilson for our tennis classes. They are sturdy and give great service to our students.
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purchase was very satisfactory. Thanks !!!
Wilson Extra Duty practice balls
I am a college tennis coach, and we go through tons of practice balls. I have tried them all, and these tend to be the best, although they are not the cheapest practice ball. They typically last longer and are more consistent than some of the slightly cheaper x-out type balls. I recommend them to coaches and people who hit on a ball machine frequently.
My hitting partners and I like to hit more than we play, but having to purchase pressured balls every time we play. Because we only open one or two cans per session, we have to chase balls more than we hit. We decided to get a case of pressureless practice balls, and what a difference, less chasing and more hitting. Tennis Express processed the order quickly, and the order was promptly shipped.
Thanks for the shipment of balls. They bounce great.
weve been using this balls for a while. however my last two boxes I purchased, the quality is so low. the balls show some feeling off of the felt as if its like a crack. it doesnt last more than three games and its already cracking.
Good for Occasional Teaching
I got this case of balls to teach a couple of lessons during the week. If I were teaching more than that, I might have gone for the slightly more expensive Wilson US Open balls, but these are perfect for my purposes.
Durable and well worth the money. Every team should have a case of these, though they dont fit in ball machines well the extra weight and color make seeing and learning tennis a lot easier.