Dunlop ATP Premium Extra Duty Tennis Ball (Case)

4.5 star average rating
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Item #: 601345CS
$84.95

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This is a pre-order item. Estimated ship date 08/16/2022 - 08/23/2022.
Due to limited availability from the manufacturer, tennis ball cases are limited to 1 per customer.
This item is limited to 1 per order.
3 Super Premium tennis balls designed for elite tournament play on hardcourts.

24 cans per case, 3 balls per can

Shipping charges are $6.95 per case of balls within the continental US. We are unable to ship balls outside the continental US.

**DUE TO THE DANGER OF SENDING PRESSURIZED BALLS THROUGH UNPRESSURIZED TRANSPORTATION (ie: cargo planes used by the post office, UPS, etc.), WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO SHIP CASES OF BALLS BY UPS GROUND TO DOMESTIC ADDRESSES (addresses inside the continental U.S. only).

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Product Review Summary
Based on 9 reviews
4.5 star average rating
Overall Rating: 4.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
December 17, 2021
Great Balls for Hard Court
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

We switched from the Dunlop championships to the Dunlop ATP version. They seem to be heavier and last longer. Much better for me than the Wilson or Prince pro versions. Penn Championship Extra Duty Tennis Ball are my second choice, lighter but play well.

Barry
November 30, 2021
Dunlop ATP Premium Extra Duty Tennis Ball (Case)
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

ATP Premium balls are good but they fuzz up rather quickly compared to the non-ATP Extra Duty. I'm Guessing that is due to thicker felt ?? Not sure. The quality of the seams appears to be better- smother with less flash. Tennis Point - New Name but same awesome Customer Service ! Five Stars

Rich
November 27, 2021
not very durable
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

bounce fine, but not very durable. doesn't last more than few hours at moderate training intensity. Expected it to be much better. In the past Penn ATP tour balls used to be better, but its quality also degraded dramatically.

Glen
October 12, 2020
Best of the "premium" balls
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

After trying the premium balls from all major brands, these Dunlop play the best to me. Consistent out of the can, they feel great from the first rally, and they stay true (bounce, feel) for at least 3 hours of 4.0/4.5 play. Will buy again.

Eduardo
August 25, 2020
Best bounce
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

The Dunlop ATP Premium Extra Duty is currently my favorite tennis ball. I was using the Penn championship extra duty for years but never considered why I should pay more for premium quality balls. I finally decided to see if the better balls were worth the extra money. I play tested the Dunlop, Wilson, and Penn premium balls and Dunlop was far superior in the bounce and feel category. Penn & Wilson premium balls feel dead and heavier on the racket. Penn and Wilson balls also do not bounce as good as the Dunlop. Dunlop has a better and consistent bounce, and feels comfortable coming off the strings. As far as play time, the Dunlop is what you expect to get out of a tennis ball. I would say the balls start falling off at about the 1 hour and a half mark but it is still playing well up to 2 hours and than it all depends on how much more you want to try and use the ball. The Dunlop ATP premium is worth the extra money in my opinion.

Joe