How are tennis balls made

How tennis balls are made in China

That reminds me of an episode of King of Queens - which luckily is finally available from a streaming provider (Amazon Video) - in which Doug wants to buy a ball in the supermarket, but is not allowed to.

This is exactly how it was for me as a child with tennis balls. I had no idea about tennis, no place in my room to safely play with and no other reasonable use for it at all - but I've always wanted tennis balls.

Of course I didn't get it, and neither did I get a Gameboy - my childhood was anything but easy. Decades full of unfulfilled wishes, not even the stupid tooth fairy visited me, it was really hard.

But at some point I got one. Not a real one, because it was gray instead of yellow and of course was just lying around in the corner two days after it came into my possession, but hey: I had a tennis ball.

And if that's no reason to look to China and see how things are made, then I don't know:

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That reminds me of an episode of King of Queens - which luckily is finally available from a streaming provider (Amazon Video) - in which Doug wants to buy a ball in the supermarket, but is not allowed to. This is exactly how it was for me as a child with tennis balls. I had no idea about tennis, and none at all in my room ...