4061 Hits. Many people who play tennis, are unaware of the level they play at. Learn the differences in the playing levels with this simple chart. 1.0. This player is Just starting to play tennis. 1.5. Has limited experience and is still working primarily on getting the ball into play. 2.0. Needs on-court experience.
Slower balls, smaller courts and shorter rackets. Players are able to play the game from their first lesson. Players start to play in tennis festival events that use fun, team-based multi match events. Development of good technique and use of realistic tactics. Stage 2. ORANGE. 8-10 years. 50% slower than a Yellow ball* Standard ball 6.00-6.86 ...
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Level Age Divisions Tournament Name Description Ranking Points Play Days/ Entry Level BG8 PlayDay Entry level round robin. Court size of 36’, 18’ net, racquet length of 23” or less, and foam or low compression RED tennis balls. No Entry Level BG10 L3 Eastern UPs Entry level round robin and court size of 60’; ORANGE tennis ball.
Study the “Play Tennis” self-rating chart Start reading from the top of the chart, beginning with Level 1.0. Find the level that best describes your general level of play. Ask your Instructor or Coach to validate your self-rating, if you think that will help.
When it comes to tennis balls, you might want to consider your age, abilities, or use case scenarios. Yellow Balls. This is the traditional tennis ball type that people play with, from recreational sports to international events. If you’ve seen a tennis ball, good chance, it was a yellow ball.
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YOUTH TENNIS PROGRESSION The Youth Progression serves as a guide for coaches, parents and players to ensure that kids 10 and under participate in events using the appropriate ball for their skill level. Now that balls and courts are tailored to a player’s skill level, children can improve and have fun right from the start.
The quality of cheap tennis balls is not as good as the regular duty tennis balls, beginner tennis balls, or the best tennis balls, as listed above. Most of the cheap tennis balls are pressureless, they don’t lose their bounce, and are great for a hard court surface, kids tennis balls, or great for playing catch with your dog.
Page 2 of 11 Red Ball Tennis is played on a 36-foot court as described in Figure 8 of the USTA Regulations.The net shall be 33 inches (0.838m) high at center. The ball shall be a stage 3 (red) ball of any composition as described in