Dunlop Sports Pro XX Squash 3 Ball Tube
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- Official ball of World Squash Federation (WSF), Professional Squash Association (PSA) and Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA)
- Only ball used in all international professional competition
- Made of performance elastic hydrocarbon polymer for optimal durability
- Offers outstanding bounce and feel during match play
- Three-pack of standard size balls comes in a standard, vacuum-sealed tube
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The Dunlop Pro is the official ball of the World Squash Federation (WSF), Professional Squash Association (PSA) and Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) and the only ball used in all international professional competition. An elastic hydrocarbon polymer offers outstanding bounce and feel during match play and this three-pack of standard size balls comes in a vacuum-sealed tube.
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The Dunlop squash balls are very durable and well constructed. I had a set of three Dunlop squash balls that lasted me two years of continuous play before breaking. The squash balls are tacky when new which is helpful for control. Overtime the squash balls will become smooth but are still very playable. I have not tried squash balls manufactured by other companies like Prince or Head to state a comparison.
Note: The double yellow dot is a ball rating system to indicate the level of speed and bounce of the ball, with double yellow being the slowest and least bouncy. I recommend beginners starting with a red dot ball, then progressing to a single yellow dot before using the double yellow dot.
my son also like it. he plays most of the squash. he carries a ball in his squash bag.