What Are Tennis Balls Made of?

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A Tennis ball is made of a void rubber core that is covered in a wool or nylon shell, which is known a nap. Its terms are described by the International Tennis Federation, meaning the ball must be of a specific size and weight and it should be made with certain materials.
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Tennis balls are made of 2-piece rubber cores that are lined together. This is then covered with fabric, usually synthetic or wool felt. The seams between the two pieces of the core are bare, but covered with elastic sealant.
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