The ball used in pickleball is made up of lighter material such as plastic so that a perfect and smooth grip can be provided by using paddles.
Pickleball has varying levels of durability and includes drilled-in holes. Outdoor pickleball contains more holes than indoor pickleball.
The balls of Pickleball are divided into two types: 1. Indoor pickleball 2. Outdoor pickleball
The ball used in indoor pickleball is specifically designed for indoor courts and is not meant for outdoor courts like hard tennis courts. Playing surface plays a vital role in selecting the ball for the game.
Indoor pickleball is lighter and holds about 0.8 ounces of weight, approximately equal to 22.68 grams.
Outdoor pickleball is much durable and can handle wear and tear. Here we will discuss some of the features of outdoor pickleball as below:
An outdoor pickleball is much heavier than an indoor one and weighs about 0.9 ounces, approximately equal to 25.51 grams.
Outdoor pickleball holds more holes which are about 40 in number. Outdoor pickleball has smaller holes which provide more pop.