Contact Rebounces

Contact Rebounces

You can Contact Rebounces by phone at (888) 751-5125 or by email at [email protected](dot)com. Please complete the form below and a member of our team will get back with you.

If you are recycling tennis balls, be sure to include your shipping address and the number of balls you will be sending in the description field.

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Recycle Tennis Balls On-site

Recycle Tennis Balls with Rebounces Green Tennis Machines

Find other testimonials throughout our site and be sure to get a GTM150 starting at $69/month.

If you're a member of a tennis facility, Home Owners Assocation, Independent Teaching Pro or School (HS or College), you should consider recycling your old tennis balls on-site a few times before you send them to reBounces. Utilizing our patented, revolutionary technology, you can now restore dead tennis balls in bulk back to their original bounce! The Green Tennis Machine extends the life of your practice balls, improves ball consistency in your teaching baskets, helps by saving money on practice balls, and reduces the amount of tennis balls purchased and put into the waste stream.

On average our clients save over 50% on their practice ball budgets and are finding that they can cut back on purchasing enough new tennis balls to more than pay for their Green Tennis Machines. And with our various financing options, they are not having to make a capital investment.

Our list of clients includes leaders across the tennis spectrum nationwide – public and private, small and large facilities alike. See actual client testimonials by clicking Unpaid Client Testimonials.
recycle tennis balls

Contact Rebounces With the reBounces technology tennis balls are dumped into the Green Tennis Machine. After the machine is sealed and the balls sit for three days they enviro-magically have their bounce back. The balls have the same bounce as balls that just came out of a fresh can and they are back to regulation.