If you are a tennis player and you are tired of having to discard balls in good condition just because a lack of bounce, we have good news for you: there is an INNOVATIVE CANISTER, economical and easy to use, which extends their life and will make that you always play with TENNIS BALLS LIKE NEW!

after its great success in the USA, now for sale in UK

We are introducing the Tennis Ball Saver (TBS), an innovative canister designed by a NASA former employee that will extend the life of your tennis balls THREE or MORE times. By using it, you will not only save money, but will also no longer have to throw away balls in good condition just because they have stopped bouncing, helping therefore to preserve the environment.


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The TBS is very easy to use: open the can, put the balls inside, close it and squeeze the thread until it reads the desired pressure. The is no need of an auxiliary pump or anything else.

The principle of operation of TBS is: The air trapped in the pot by means of the inner seal ring (O Ring) is compressed and reaches a pressure between 10 and 14 psi depending on the thread clamping. By keeping the balls pressurized, the internal pressure shall not scape and they will maintain the original rebound much longer.

Tennis Ball Saver - cómo funciona


What is the optimal bounce for a tennis ball? +

What is the optimal bounce for a tennis ball??

According to the regulations, for the proper development of the game, tennis balls should bounce 57 in when dropped from a height of 100 in onto a concrete floor. This optimum value is achieved only when the balls are recently taken out of their pressurized container. As time passes and the balls start to be hit by players, the optimum height of the bounce starts to decline, so much so that at some point the game becomes impracticable. Although in the professional championships balls must be replaced every nine games, it is normal that a set of new balls lasts between 2 and 3 matches with an acceptable bounce.


Why tennis balls lose their optimum bounce? +

Why tennis balls lose their optimum bounce?

Tennis balls are made of a rubber compound and have an internal pressure of about 14 psi, value that is higher than the value of atmospheric pressure. This rubber compound is slightly porous, so that the internal pressure, being higher than atmospheric pressure, tends to escape as time passes and the ball is hit hard by players. The longer the time since out of the pressurized can and the more times it has been hit, more internal pressure will be lost and the sooner ball will stop bouncing properly.

How can I recover unpressurized old tennis balls? +

How can I recover unpressurized old tennis balls?

As already mentioned, the main mission of TBS is to keep the pressure of new balls, that is, of the newly extracted balls from the original can. If you want to revive balls with less than 80% of its original pressure we recommend using the Tennis Ball Saver Enhancer, accessory that increases the internal pressure of TBS by 30%. Thus, with the TBS Enhancer, balls can be recovered as long you keep them in the pot for at least a week with reopening and closing the TBS every 24 hours until the desired pressure is restored.

Note: Not all balls are suitable for repressurization. Those which are punctured for any reason cannot be recovered.

How do I get the best performance out of the TBS? +

How do I get the best performance out of the TBS?

TBS's main mission is to preserve the pressure of new balls. If, for example, three new tennis balls, whose original pressure was 14 psi, after the first use will end up with an internal pressure of 12 psi, when introduced into the TBS and closed would be surrounded by a greater pressure than they already have, more specifically 2 psi. By virtue of the porosity of the rubber, the external pressure of 14 psi would, after hours (about 24 h), will go into balls until the internal and the external pressures are equalized. This pressure will be about 13 psi. If we play another game with these balls, whose initial pressure would be 13 psi instead of the original 14, it is very likely that at the end of the second game they will end with 12 psi instead of the 13 of the previous day.

To avoid this cumulative effect of pressure loss and keep the original bounce until the ball completely loses the felt and has to be discarded, the TBS should be reopen every  24 hours and the closed again, thus the internal pressure is kept as close as possible to the original pressure of the balls.

If matches are played every day is recommended to use two TBS and two sets of different balls to allow recovery of the original pressure.

If it takes more than a week to use the stored balls within TBS it is desirable to reopen and reclose the can. For periods longer than fifteen days storage, we recommend the use of Tennis Ball Saver Enhancer.

How long will the TBS last? +

El TBS tiene una garantía de un año, pero al estar fabricado con materiales de alta durabilidad y siempre que se cuide bien puede durar hasta 10 años. El único mantenimiento que necesita es una correcta y frecuente lubricación de la junta tórica (O Ring) con lubricantes que no contengan una base de aceite (por ejemplo la glicerina), ya que estos dañan la estructura del caucho. Cuando se detecte que el TBS no conserva la presión, la junta tórica deberá sustituirse por una junta nueva original que podrá comprarse también en Amazon.

Can I save money with Tennis Ball Saver? +

Por supuesto que sí, el TBS, al alargar la vida de tus bolas, alarga también la vida de tu dinero.

Todos los practicantes de tenis y pádel saben que un juego de bolas nuevas conserva la altura óptima del bote durante un máximo de 2 o 3 partidos.

El Tennis Ball Saver, gracias a que mantiene las bolas a la misma presión con la que son fabricadas (entre 10 y 14 psi dependiendo del modelo y de si son de pádel o tenis), logra extender la vida de las bolas nuevas hasta 3 veces, límite que dependerá del desgate de la felpa que recubre el caucho más que de ningún otro factor.

Mediante un sencillo cálculo matemático basado en un precio medio de 5 € para un bote de 3 bolas de pádel, comprobamos que el ahorro medio es de 1,5 € por partido, es decir, que jugando dos veces a la semana ahorraremos más de 150 euros anuales y que en poco más de 2 meses recuperaremos la inversión realizada.

What else can I save using the TBS? +

Además de ahorrar dinero, usar el TBS ayuda también a preservar el planeta. Con un mantenimiento adecuado el Tennis Ball Saver puede durar más de 5 años, por lo que a lo largo de su vida útil lograremos todo esto:

  1. Ahorrar 750 € en la compra de bolas.
  2. Evitar la fabricación de 150 envases nuevos con sus correspondientes cierres de aluminio y sus tapas.
  3. Evitar la fabricación de 450 bolas de caucho y felpa.
  4. Evitar las emisiones de CO2 necesarias para la extracción, fabricación, posterior transporte y reciclado o vertido de todos estos materiales.
  5. Alargar la vida de los recursos planetarios y ayudar a retrasar el calentamiento global.




I have two of these containers and love them. With the Tennis Ball Saver I use the same balls for months. It is essential for any player. You'll save a lot of money.

Patricia Alonso
Patricia Alonso Tennis player

A few months ago I came across one of these. Since then I keep recommending it to my students. Additionally they stop producing a lot of plastic and rubber waste. Balls are cheap, but with the use of the Tennis Ball Saver they are eevn more and the planet will thank us.

Diego Huber
Diego Huber Padel Tennis Instructor in Club Padelmar, Tenerife


Guaranteed for one year except for the O-ring, which duration will depend on the correct use and proper lubrication with no oil-based lubricants (eg glycerine, not vaseline).


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