Quick Start 60 w/slogans 72 Felt Balls in Bucket
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"Quick Start 60" Orange Balls are designed for 60-foot USTA QuickStart & 10 and Under Tennis courts. They are the same size as regular tennis balls, but bounce at 50% the speed of regular tennis balls. These "Quick Start 60" Orange level balls with motivating slogans are available in 36-ball and 72-ball color-coded buckets. Ideal packaging for easy use and storage. All buckets now shipping with improved new hinge design for easier ball access and storage. All our felt transition balls are USTA approved. Our 6 motivating slogans printed on the balls include: believe, compete, dream, excel, focus, and respect. The buckets double as storage containers and targets!
“I was curious to find out what my students’ parents thought about Oncourt Offcourt’s red expression balls when I was told the following amazing story. The family of one of my students went to a Spurs game and well ... the Spurs lost. On the car ride home the parents were saying how upset and disappointed they were because the Spurs had played so badly and lost. Their 5-year-old daughter Lillian spoke up from the back seat of the car, ‘It doesn't matter if you win or lose, it’s just a game!’ Wow! She got it and understood it!”
-Karen MannHeimer Director of Tennis at The Tennis Park