Frescobol Beach Tennis Set

Frescobol Beach Tennis Set

Welcome to the world of Frescoball.



In 1945, the architect Lian Pontes de Carvalho invented a racket game with the appealing name ”Frescobol.” The idea was a Brazilian equivalent of tennis, minus the competitiveness. Instead of winning at all costs, the essence of this game is cooperation. There are no winners or losers, the only goal is to keep the ball in the air together as long as possible. (In other words: this is our kind of game!!!)

This set includes 2 rackets with easy-to-grip, elegant wood handles, and a colored ball to keep the game going. A striped cloth bag is also included for carrying the rackets in style.


  • Material: MDF, rubber wood, canvas fabric, silicon and cardboard.
  • 16" x 10" x 2.7"
  • 2 lbs.

Cannot be shipped outside of the U.S.

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