Posted by Unknown on 21st Jan 2014
Get the job done and very durable
Posted by Mursalin Choudhury on 23rd Mar 2013
I don't know what kind of nivia ball you guys have used recently, but one I got we couldn't even finish one game. After couple of overs wool came off. I always use SG tennis ball which is much batter than nivia. You can at least play a few matches with SG ball. I recommend buy SG or GM tennis it might cost you few extra box but its worth every penny.
Posted by Andy Allen on 24th Jul 2012
For novices, the feel and weight are almost equal to a leather ball.
These help to build up confidence in our newer players in both batting and fielding.
Posted by Kalyan Reddy on 21st Jun 2012
Good for tennisball cricket though I fell the ball does not travel much distance when you hit in air.. Good for swing and spin..
Posted by Sachin Tendulkar on 5th Sep 2011
It works for very well and it gives a very proper bounce. The are some minor differences between this ball and a cricket ball but it can be used like a cricket ball. Thus ball is will gradually get harder as you bowl more overs and you can spin the ball very nicely. It becomes harder to catch and it will become harder than a cricket balls after 20 overs with this ball. You can swing this ball but requires some skill and spiners will enjoy with this ball.
BALL NIVIA HEAVY TENNIS BALL
Highly durable felt on the outer surface.
Precise balance of gases maintained for accurate pressure and bounce.
Guaranteed against cracks and pressure loss.
Colour: Yellow, Red, White.
These are the original cricket tennis balls.
Ideal for indoor and outdoor play.