Wilson Championship Tennis Balls - 3 Ball Pack: Target.
In our assortment you’ll find packages available in tubes, buckets, and boxes, and all from the best brands, for example Dunlop tennis balls from their Fort and Tour collections, or HEAD tennis balls from their Championship and Team collections. The balls in our assortment are all ITF approved, so they are suitable for all purposes. We also offer great discounts for business orders and bulk.
We have a great range of tennis balls. The tennis balls we have available include the official Wimbledon Championships match tennis ball. Our selection of tennis balls will help you play better whether it be for training or matches. Take a look at our tennis rackets too.
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Note: Cases of balls do not qualify for free shipping. Cases only ship within the continental United States. America's number one selling ball, the Penn Championship offers impressive playability and consistency. The regular duty is best suited for clay and indoor courts as well. Sanctioned for ITF and USTA tournaments. Three-ball can; 24 cans.
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Whether you’re shopping by the can or case, at Midwest Sports you’ll find high-quality Wilson tennis balls at great prices. For beginner players, we’ve got economical training tennis balls priced less than your average cup of coffee — and more experienced players have their pick of regular-duty, extra-duty, championship, or high-altitude varieties.
Slazenger Tennis Balls In 1902 Slazenger balls were first used at Wimbledon. They opened factories in Australia in 1922 and became one of the most iconic brands in tennis for many years to come.