Dunlop ATP Premium Extra Duty Tennis Ball (Case)

$84.99
  • Dunlop ATP Premium Extra Duty Tennis Ball (Case)
(ADD $6.95 SHIPPING)
Due to limited availability from the manufacturer, tennis ball cases are limited to 1 per customer.
Description
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).

Item #: 601345CS

Reviews

Best of the "premium" balls

5 Stars

Eduardo from CA on 10/12/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

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.

Best bounce

4 Stars

Joe from NJ on 8/25/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

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.

4 Stars

Herb Moskowitz from on 8/21/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Excellent balls. Comparable to Wilson US Open heavy duty tennis balls. And cheaper. first time played with them; on hard surface. Haven't made up my mind which of the above two balls I prefer. Will continue to evaluate after gaing some more experience playing with these Dunlops. Am a 4.5-5 player.

4 Stars

DuĊĦan from on 7/30/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

These balls are great for 2 to 3 hours. They lose the fuzz fast, and they keep the pop, but the feel gets to be a bit different for sure after the 3 hours of intense play. But in using these I am confused what the pros actually use. Out of the can there isn't a ball better than these as far as feel, consistency and playability ball to ball goes. Pro penn feels like brick until you use them for 15 mins, wilson championship similar to that, so when they say new balls in the 7th game do they mean new like these awesome feel Dunlop balls that don't last, or new like you have a brick ball for 15 minutes at least?? These balls definitely worth a try, and will add a few more shots to the rallies as they don't just fly. I recommend them especially for match play.

3 Stars

Matt from on 5/28/2020 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Too fuzzy and makes it slow.

The Best Ball on the Market

5 Stars

C Pham from CA on 8/17/2019 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Of the three types of balls, Dunlop ATP, Penn Tour, and Wilson US Open, Dunlop ATP exceeds the other two in every category. It bounces consistently, it feels precise and comfortable, and the cloth grips onto the string bed so well. The ball is so well made that it lasts a long time. Penn Tour is more comfortable, good feel, but its bounce is variable. The ATP made a right decision to switch from Penn to Dunlop, so do the Australian Open from Wilson the Dunlop. Keep the good work Dunlop!