Penn Championship Extra Duty Tennis Balls 12 Can Case Customer feedback
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Comments: These balls crack too easily.
Comments: I like these balls. They are fast, don't fluff up, and don't lose their speed over the course of a match. I
like a hard, fast ball -- so these are great for me.
Comments: This ball is junk -- I live in Hawaii and the USTA tournaments use these balls they go flat before you
even open them.
Comments: Hey Mr. Penn! Yesterday I bought 3 cans and just about 2 balls were fine, but the rest are without
pressure. Something is wrong, and this is not the first time.
Comments: The quality has gone down the drain in the last couple of years. Most often one of the balls breaks or
gets a spot before we finish a match.
Comments: I found these balls simply put and more than anything else, don't bounce consistently. (There are other
issues with these balls, but their unreliable bounce is what is most important to me.)That might not be a problem if you're a mile
behind the baseline and have time to adjust, but, for me, who starts his swing often before the ball hits the court, it's a big deal. I
routinely half-volley shots off the baseline, and Penn balls aren't reliable for me.
Comments: I have been playing tennis for the last 20 years. I bought a case of Penn XD tennis balls a few months
ago. They were the worst I'd ever played with. They did not bounce well at all. I hate it. Those tennis balls were terrible.
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