Soft tennis is a racket game played on a court of two halves, separated by a net. Like regular tennis, it is played by individuals (singles) or pairs (doubles), whose object is to hit the ball over the net, landing within the confines of the court, with the aim of preventing one's opponent from being able to hit it back.
Soft tennis differs from regular tennis in that it uses soft rubber balls instead of hard yellow balls.
Most of the rules for soft tennis are the same as those for regular tennis. When the rules were revised in 1992, singles became a formal event. This revision also enabled a forward player in doubles to serve. The serve plays an important role in a team's chances of winning.
Compared to a tennis racket, a soft tennis racket is thin. A tennis racket has many things of 300g or more. On the other hand, a soft tennis racket is about 200g.
A soft tennis ball changes simply. It turns at a soft tennis ball very much. Moreover, although a tennis ball is yellow, a softtennis ball is white. Since the soft tennis ball is lighter, it is easy to be subject to the influence of a wind. Moreover, a soft tennis ball does not bounce. In tennis and soft tennis, what is used is different primarily.
There are only doubles in soft tennis and no singles. Soft tennis game is shorter.