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A modern tennis ball must have a mass (weight) in the range 56.0 g to 59.4 g (1.98 oz. to 2.10 oz.) A dozen would therefore have a mass (weight) between 672 g to 712.8 g (23.76 oz. to 25.2 oz.)

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