No. They weigh the same amount and are the basically the same kind of tennis balls you can pick up at wal-mart or the like. Te only difference is that they use different kinds of tennis balls depending on what surface they are playing on. So, the balls they played with during the French Open are not the same kind they would use during the US Open or Wimbledon. Even then, the guys and the gals use the same type of balls. No difference in weight, size, or texture.
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The balls are filled with gas and to ensure that they all have the same "bounce" they are kept in a fridge until use. Gas expands by heat.
Tennis players use tennis balls during their match.
To play tennis.
Yellow tennis balls replaced white tennis balls because the Lawn Tennis Association decided that the white balls were difficult to see. You can still buy white balls nowadays at whitetennisballs.com, which is the leading modern and easiest seller for white tennis balls for sale to reach in America and internationally. According to smithsonianmag.com, the first use of yellow tennis balls was in 1986 to make easier viewing on television. Wilson has always been making the white balls for lawn tennis which can be ordered online occasionally. But before the whitetennisballs.com company started selling in 2007, the white ball market was shut down for decades for most common use and is still quite rare. The only tennis balls that can be used in professional tennis is the neon and white, so it technically hasn't been changed within the rules of tennis.
New tennis balls are considered fresh and not "flat". Old tennis balls exposed to play and air become flat and do not perform normally in a match.
For every tennis match there maybe 60 balls needed