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12 pcs. Dunlop Pro Squash Balls (2 yellow dots)

by Dunlop
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Original price 299,00 kr
Current price 275,00 kr
SKU 1001004
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12 pcs. Dunlop Pro squash balls - the world's most popular squash ball

Now you can buy a whole box of 12. Dunlop Pro balls at an unheard of low price.

Dunlop Pro is the most recognized tournament ball and the most widely used worldwide. It has two yellow dots and is the squash ball that bounces the least. Therefore, it is not recommended for beginners, as you do not have much time to reach the ball due to its low bounce.

A squash ball should be replaced after approx. 5 games and is clearly best the first 2-3 times. Notice how rough the surface is from new and then compare with a ball you e.g. have been playing with for a month. They are two completely different worlds. Squash is very cheap in ball usage compared to other sports, so do yourself and your squash buddy the favor of sacrificing an average of 2-3 kroner per game. man on squash balls per walk. You can save a lot of money if you buy several balls at a time.

Further information about squash balls

The different squash balls divided into categories:

- 2 yellow dots: For tournament players and very experienced players

- 1 yellow dot: For good intermediate players and advanced players

- 1 red dot: For good beginners and up to the intermediate level

- 1 blue dot: For beginners

- For glass courts, a white ball with 1 yellow dot is used. The ball with 1 yellow dot is used here because the glass takes a bit of the speed off the ball, which is why a ball that bounces more is needed than the one with 2 yellow dots.

NOTE: There will always be a difference in how the individual player assesses himself, so the above categories are only indicative. A good rule of thumb is that you can switch to a ball that bounces more if your duels are not as long as you would like. If, on the other hand, your duels are too long, you can advantageously switch to a ball that bounces less.

HoldbarhedGood
MaterialeRubber
SpilleniveauDivisional player / Elite