Tennis Ball

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Tennis Ball measured with diameter and circumference

A Tennis Ball is a ball designed for the sport of tennis. At major sporting events Tennis Balls are a fluorescent yellow, but in recreational play, they can be virtually any color. A fibrous felt that modifies aerodynamic properties cover the ball, and each one has a white curvilinear oval.

To be approved for regulation play, Tennis Balls must conform to certain criteria for size, weight, deformation, and bounce. Due to cheaper labor costs and materials, the majority of Tennis Balls are manufactured in the Far East. Starting from the 1980s, Tennis Balls come in plastic cans with a full-top pull-tab seal and a plastic lid that fit three or four balls per can.

Assorted drawings of Tennis Balls in a variety of angles

Tennis Balls have a diameter of 2.575”-2.7” (6.54-6.86 cm) and circumference of 8.09”-8.48” (20.6-21.5 cm). The mass of a Tennis Ball must be between 1.975-2.095 oz (56-59.4 g).

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Height: 
2.575”-2.7” | 6.54-6.86 cm (Diameter)
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Weight:
1.975-2.095 oz | 56-59.4 g

Circumference: 8.09”-8.48” | 20.6-21.5 cm

Materials: Rubber core; wool or nylon shell

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Properties

Drawings include:
Tennis Ball Elevations (various)

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Tennis is a competitive sport where single players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use rackets to hit a felt covered rubber ball over a central net onto the opponent’s court. Points are scored by hitting the tennis ball over the net in a way that the opponent is not able to return it.


Tennis Ball
2.575”-2.7” | 6.54-6.86 cm (Diameter)
3D
View of a Tennis Ball in 3D available for download
Tennis Net
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
3D
3D model of a Tennis Net viewed in perspective