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About the Balls

If you're looking to give your future Open champion a perfect start, Penn tennis balls are the number one choice. The best-selling tennis ball in America, Penn is the standard by which all others are measured. An ideal tennis ball for kids with a bit of experience, the QST 60 is the next step up from the 36 beginners' ball. For players around the age of 9-10, the ball features lower compression for controlled bounce and 50% reduced speed. The junior tennis ball is great for young players still mastering the basics of ball control. Everyone has to start somewhere; start your children off with the best.

• Approved by the USTA for the 10 and Under Tennis Program.

• Penn QST Orange tennis balls are intended for 60 foot courts.

Penn

Penn celebrated 100 Years of Excellence in 2010. Starting in a small town in Jeanette, Pennsylvania in 1910, Penn is still America’s #1 One Selling Tennis Ball. Also, a purveyor of everything tennis, we put our 100+ years of expertise into all our tennis equipment amp; apparel so you can perform at the highest level every time you step on the court.


From the manufacturer

ball racquet graphicball racquet graphic
penn qst 36 foam penn qst 36 felt QST 60 penn control
Penn QST 36 - Foam Penn QST 36 - Felt Penn QST 60 Penn Control +
Age (in years) 8 and under 8 and under 9 and 10 11 and above
Material type Lightweight foam Durable Felt Durable felt Durable felt
Tennis court size 36' 36' 60' 78'
Color Red and yellow Red and yellow Orange and yellow Green

Penn QST 60 Tennis Balls - Youth Felt Orange Tennis Balls for Be


 
 

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