No, just regular tennis balls.
Three types of tennis courts are hard courts, clay courts, and grass courts.
I believe the difference in the two balls is the bounce.
Tennis was originally played on grass courts.
lawn tennis is tennis. It was the original name when tennis courts were made with grass
Grass and Clay
because it (the grass) reduces the friction between the ground and your shoes unlike clay courts.
All 19 Wimbledon courts are made up of Rye Grass.
When struck by a tennis racket the factor which effects the ball is how much spin is applied to the ball (more specific top spin) and the surface which you play on. For example: hard courts will bounce alot higher then grass courts.
Tennis came from London in 1850 when Goodyear invented vulcanization process for rubber and players began to experiment with using rubber balls on grass courts. In 1874 the first tennis courts in the United States appeared. By 1882 the rules for the game were set.