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Gamma Quick Kids Tennis Balls – For 60 Foot Court

Gamma Quick Kids Tennis Balls – For 60 Foot Court

  • Price : $15.95
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9 year old daughter likes them

11 people found this helpful.
 on May 9, 2012
By Andy
I bought these for my 9 year old daughter who has only been practicing tennis about 10 times. We just used them today for the first time, and she definitely likes them better than using normal tennis balls. I just ordered more now that I’ve tried them. The ball travels slower with just about the same bounce. We were able to double or triple the length of our rallies with these balls. I also bought the red 36′ balls for my 7 year old son (he hasn’t tried them yet). The 36′ were too slow for my daughter and she definitely preferred these orange 60′. I just hope they last long!

60 = Meant for 60 foot court

10 people found this helpful.
 on March 4, 2013
By lowes
The reason why these balls are titled the way they are is that they intended for use on a 60 foot court for USTA 10 years and under tournaments and league play. It is labeled in a way that is easily confused, but I don’t think they are intentionally trying to mislead.

Bad balls with uneven bounce.

3 people found this helpful.
 on January 2, 2015
By Wai Hong Lee
I am a 4.0 player who plays 3 to 4 times a week. I have been teaching my 8-year old son tennis and I bought 4 packs of Penn low compression balls and they have been great, but expensive. So when I saw these balls on sale, I jumped and back couple packs. The problem with these balls is that they are lopsided and do not bounce correctly. I understand that low compression balls do not bounce like regular balls but these balls bounce irregularly, depending on how it land. I would not recommend these balls; pay a little more and buy the Penn or Wilson balls instead.

Gamma Quick Kids 60 Ball (12/Pack, Orange/Yellow)

8 people found this helpful.
 on June 26, 2013
By TPaine
Although I read the entire description I can see why some people thought they were getting 60 balls instead of 12. It is however, worth the price for the 12 of them if you are looking for balls WITH bounce. I bought these for my dogs because all the ones I found in the stores “for dogs” would break after the first or second toss. The actual “Chuck It” balls are worthless but these work great with the Chuck It because they DO have the bounce that most dogs love and they haven’t popped yet. I will be ordering these again.

They fit well in my human’s ball chucker thingy and have good air velocity when my humans chuck them

One person found this helpful.
 on May 4, 2015
By supersonic81
My humans bought these for me and I go bonkers every time I see them because I know I am going to the park. They fit well in my human’s ball chucker thingy and have good air velocity when my humans chuck them. I must admit I don’t always bring the ball back because I tend to have a short attention span and see squirrels and usually drop the ball in mid chase somewhere in the park field to free my mouth to scoop up one of those furry tailed rodents (don’t worry I have yet to get one so no need to send PETA your complaints). My humans’ seem to like the bright color combo which makes it easy to find when dropped in high grass. The bounce is on point as well.

Perfect for our 7 & 9 year olds!

One person found this helpful.
 on April 22, 2015
By Jen-nay
We are not hard core tennis players, but we do enjoy taking the kids to the tennis court to play around. These have been perfect for my nine and seven year olds…They give them just a teeny bit more time to react and be successful in hitting a return. We have played with these balls a few times now, and so far they are holding up well.

… purchased these for our 7 y/o and are very happy with the quality

One person found this helpful.
 on July 14, 2014
By Shel
We purchased these for our 7 y/o and are very happy with the quality. The perform exactly how “orange” tennis balls are supposed to perform on the court. As noted, there are 12 balls included (total) and not 12 packs. (There are some comments about the description being misleading…I agree it’s a little misleading, but if someone were actually selling 60 balls for $14, it would be way too good to be true!)

Really good practice ball for kids

 on July 11, 2016
By D.C.E
I highly recommend these balls for training with kids. I have a 5 and 7 year old and these have far less bounce than a regular adult ball by design. Consequently they’re coming off the racquet slower and are much easier to hit. However you’ll still get enough bounce out of them.

Great for playing with my kids

One person found this helpful.
 on March 16, 2014
By MamaTamas
These balls are great. I use them to hit with my 8 year old. We generally just hit without a net. The bounce well, but are slower then the regular yellow balls. It good for beginners. Though for younger children or complete newbies to tennis I’d recommend the red balls.


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