Red Ball 1

Red Ball 1 Ages 4-10 years old. 10 and Under Tennis: An exciting new approach to introduce kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression meaning they bounce lower and slower so they are easier to hit. This allows kids more time to get to the ball and helps them develop proper swing patterns. The racquets are smaller, lighter, and sized for smaller hands. The courts are smaller and easier to cover and scoring is modified to allow for shorter matches. This all adds up to more success and more fun. Red Ball: A red ball has the least compression of the 10 and Under balls and is 75% slower than a regular tennis ball. It has the least bounce, moves the slowest through the air, and travels the least distance making it the ideal ball for beginning 10 and Under players.


Red Ball 2

Red Ball 2 Ages 6-10 years old. 10 and Under Tennis: An exciting new approach to introduce kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression meaning they bounce lower and slower so they are easier to hit. This allows kids more time to get to the ball and helps them develop proper swing patterns. The racquets are smaller, lighter, and sized for smaller hands. The courts are smaller and easier to cover and scoring is modified to allow for shorter matches. This all adds up to more success and more fun. Red Ball: A Red Ball has the least compression of the 10 and Under balls and is 75% slower than a regular tennis ball. It has the least bounce, moves the slowest through the air, and travels the least distance making it the ideal ball for beginning 10 and Under players.


Orange Ball

Orange Ball Ages 6-10 years old. 10 and Under Tennis: An exciting new approach to introduce kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression meaning they bounce lower and slower so they are easier to hit. This allows kids more time to get to the ball and helps them develop proper swing patterns. The racquets are smaller, lighter, and sized for smaller hands. The courts are smaller and easier to cover and scoring is modified to allow for shorter matches. This all adds up to more success and more fun. Orange Ball: An Orange Ball is a low-compression 10 and Under ball that is 50% slower than a regular tennis ball. It moves a little faster, has a little more bounce, and travels farther than the Red Ball making it ideal for the next level of 10 and Under players.


Green Dot Ball

Green Dot Ball Ages 8-12 years old. 10 and Under Tennis: An exciting new approach to introduce kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression meaning they bounce lower and slower so they are easier to hit. This allows kids more time to get to the ball and helps them develop proper swing patterns. The racquets are smaller, lighter, and sized for smaller hands. This all adds up to more success and more fun. Note: Once kids progress to Green Ball, they play on standard tennis courts with standard nets and use standard scoring. Green Dot Ball: A Green Dot Ball is a low-compression 10 and Under ball that is 25% slower than a regular tennis ball. While it moves faster than the Red and Orange Balls, it is still not as fast as a regular tennis ball making it ideal for this highest level of 10 and Under player.