Babolat Tennis Balls

Tennis balls from Babolat are excellent quality. They are suitable for league players, trainers, beginners, and children. The Babolat range offers pressurised, non-pressurised and stage balls, so there is something for everyone. Take a look at our wide range on the page below.

Babolat Tennis Balls

Babolat is the favourite brand of tennis winner Rafael Nadal! Besides a high quality range of tennis rackets, the brand also produces great tennis balls. Babolat offers many different types of tennis balls, including pressurised, non-pressurised and Stage 1, 2, and 3 tennis balls.

Non-pressurised tennis balls

Babolat's non-pressurised tennis balls have, as the name implies, no pressure. The tennis ball is formed by a rubber core. These tennis balls are often used for tennis training because they last longer than pressurised (gas-filled) tennis balls.

Pressurised tennis balls

Babolat's pressurised tennis balls are balls with pressure inside the ball. The pressure is made possible by inserting gas into the rubber core. This gas, however, gradually wears out meaning these balls have a shorter life span than their non-pressurised counterpart. Pressurised balls are used most often in tournaments, tennis competitions and other events. These competition balls have a better feeling with a tennis stroke and are often required for tournaments.

Stage 1, 2, and 3 tennis balls

The Stage versions are softer than regular tennis balls, which are ideal for children. They are often used by novice tennis players, as they offer good ball control and help to develop strength. These tennis balls are often identified by the coloured ball, respectively green, orange or red. For more information specifically about Stage 1, please visit our advice page.

Competition Balls for Clubs

For all tennis clubs, the above tennis balls can be ordered in a large batch. You have the choice of various quantities. Please feel free to contact us so we can help you with your order.

Roland Garros

For the last few years, Babolat has supplied match balls for the Grand Slam tennis tournament in Paris: the Roland Garros. On the clay courts of Suzanne-Lenglen and Philippe-Chatrier, a special pressurised ball was developed for the gravel at the "French Open All Court".