What Were the First Tennis Balls Filled with?

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A tennis ball is used to play the game of tennis. The first tennis balls were crammed with chalk, sand, and sawdust. They were also made with leather and packed with either human or animal hair. Present day tennis balls use a rubber interior that is frequently pressurized.
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in baloba world by the ancients.
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Early tennis balls made of hair or wall were made in Scotland dating back to the 16th Century. Charles Goodyear invented the India Rubber tennis ball for lawn tennis. The ITF introduced
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