Dunlop A-Player Tennis Balls 24 Can Case Customer feedback
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Comments: After going through 2 cases I can honestly say these balls are so much worse than the Grand Prix XD
(countless cases used) that I have formed a harsh opinion: they are nothing more than a novelty, a marketing gone mad attempt at
trumping the Grand Prix XD. They are heavy, turn into fuzzy little hamsters very quickly, and loose pressure after limited play
time. The real value they do have is they caused Dunlop to lower the price point on the Grand Prix and that does justify their
Comments: I love the slower and heavier feel of these balls. They are also the most durable balls I have used.
Comments: I agree with Geoff. I purchased the cheaper Dunlop Grandprix XD and thought they were adequate
previously, and tried these thinking they would be better. I was wrong - they are heavy, hard, slow, and have thick felt that is
easily shredded. When I play with the ball machine using a mix of balls, it is obvious when you get one of these as they feel so
hard when you hit them and require much more effort to get moving. On the plus side, I could see how someone would like them
as they are fairly durable and keep that same feel for a while, but unfortunately it is not a feel I enjoy. I suggest getting the Dunlop
Grandprix, or Wilson US Open balls, which are similar, feel great to hit with, and really fly.
Comments: I must say, I've played Dunlop quite a bit over the last few years, going through at least 3 cases of the
old Grand Prix before trying a case of these, figuring they would be even better. Unfortunately I was wrong. Unlike the other
reviewer, I've found them to be somewhat dead upon opening. I compared them to a Penn ball that was left in my bag for god
knows how long, only to find the very old Penn actually bounced higher. I'm not sure if this is due to the new core, thicker felt, or
what, but these balls really don't bounce up the way the old Grand Prix balls did. If that weren't enough, the felt on these is very
easily destroyed by the modern game. Hitting kick serves, top spin, etc. will just rip the felt on these and cause them to get very
large and very slow. Needless to say I won't be buying another case of these and will either go back to the originals or more
likely, switch to a different brand all together. Very disappointed.
Comments: This ball is supposed to be similar to the older Dunlop Abzorber ball, but I have to say that the only
similarity to me is the brightness of the felt. This ball is extremely lively, I mean hella lively! When you first crack open these balls
you will be surprised at how fast they move through the court and how much they jump on serves and topspin shots. At first, I
wanted to send them back because I really like the Penn ATP balls, but after getting used to these I have started to really enjoy
them. They work good for me because the serve is my best weapon and my opponent is not expecting the super lively movement
of it, so I can get a few freebie points (don't hate!). After the balls get a few games on them they really tone down and become
much more user friendly, and they stay really lively for multiple sets-unlike the Penn balls that seem to get really mushy after a
while(not that I don't like that). This ball has actually helped my game a lot because it forces me to get set-up earlier for my shots
and I would recommend them to anyone that likes a fast paced ball and one that stays playable for hours on end!
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