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Tennis Ball Lifespan Statistics

The average lifespan of a tennis ball is approximately 4 to 6 matches before it loses its bounce and becomes less effective for play.

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"A tennis ball used in professional matches lasts an average of seven games."

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"Opened tennis balls lose their pressure in about two weeks."

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"Unopened tennis balls can last for 1-2 years without major loss in quality."

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"Can of balls has a lifespan of two years assuming the seal remains intact."

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"A tennis ball loses about 50% of its bounce after being used for just 200 hits."

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"Tournament players often go through several cans of tennis balls in a single match."

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"Each ball in a Grand Slam match is only used for 7 to 9 games, which equates to approximately 15 minutes of play."

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"Indoor tennis balls can last 2-3 months if used 1-2 times a week."

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"Professional tournaments can use up to 70,000 tennis balls across matches."

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"The lifespan of tennis balls greatly diminishes if used on rough surfaces like concrete or asphalt."

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"A pressurized tennis ball can start to lose its bounce just 30 minutes into play."

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"After about one hour of play, a tennis ball has lost about 20% of its bounce."

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"By the time a tennis ball loses half of its bounce, it has usually lost most of its felt as well."

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"Wilson US Open tennis balls typically last 3-5 sets on hard court."

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"High-altitude tennis balls are pressurized differently to last longer and maintain bounce at higher elevations."

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"Pressureless balls never lose their bounce, but the felt wears out before bounce."

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"The faster the tennis ball is hit, the shorter its lifespan tends to be."

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"A high-end tennis ball can last through about four sets of play before it loses its regulation bounce."

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"A low-end tennis ball may lose its bounce after only one set of play."

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"Training balls have longer lifespan than professional tennis balls as they are designed for durability."

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