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It may depend on your skill level, beginners require different balls than the professionals. Amateur players don't require the same level of performance from a tennis ball as the pros do. Remember that pros hit with an amazing amount of spin and power, which makes the balls overall performance crucial to them. Each shot needs to be precise and accurate. The men on the ATP tour use the Penn ATP Tennis Balls and generally players are satisfied with those balls.
Penn is currently the #1 selling brand followed by Wilson. Penn ATP Tennis Balls are generally used in the major professional tournaments. Dunlop is also a very popular brand with a wide variety of tennis ball products. Wilson is the tennis ball that is officially used in the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament.
The Pro's switch to new balls on every 7th game of a match, amateur players are less likely to be able to afford to break out a new can of balls so quickly. Of course, us amateurs aren't likely to hit quite as hard either. Dunlop balls tend to be preferred by amateur players because they tend to last longer and are less expensive.
Dunlop Brand Tennis Balls
Dunlop has been at the forefront of tennis ball manufacture for over 80 years, producing high quality balls for tournament and recreational play. Dunlop makes a wide range of tennis balls for a wide range of players. The packaging has changed over the years but Dunlop's dedication to quality and authenticity will never change, which is why we continue to be the World's No.1 Ball.
Ball lines include Club All Court, Club Championship, Fort All Court, Fort Clay Court, Fort Elite, Fort Max TP, Fort Roland Garros Clay Court, Fort Tournament, Match, Power, Pro Series, Pro Team, Pro Tour, Training Balls, Tour Brilliance, Tour Comfort, Tour Performance and Volley.
Penn Brand Tennis Balls
Penn Brand tennis balls are owned by the Head company. Penn is the #1 selling ball in the United States. They manufacturer 3 unique lines of balls which include Professional, Championship and Recreational.
Penn’s Professional Balls are the most technologically advanced tennis balls providing players with top of the line core and felt technologies that allow the ball to play at its best for longer periods of time.
Pro Penn Marathon - Penn’s longest lasting and most technologically advanced tennis ball, featuring exclusive Encore Technology and LongPlay felt. It is the #1 choice of teaching pros and has been the official ball of the USPTA for over 35 years. Available in Extra-Duty Felt (hard courts), Regular_Duty Felt (soft courts) and Extra-Duty Felt (for high altitudes). Advanced technology which allows the ball to last for long periods of time. brandstennis.com rating 9/10
Penn ATP Tour - This Penn ball is the #1 choice of ATP players and is the official ball of the ATP. Penn ATP is used in 3 out of the 4 largest tournaments in the USA. It features SMART OPTIK® felt that registers 19% brighter* than standard felt. If you are going on tour soon then you might be ready for this one, not for the average player. For extreme hitters like Novak Djokovic this is the ball of choice, can generate speeds in excess of 100 mph. brandstennis.com rating 10/10
Penn Championship - The Penn Championship is America's #1 Selling Ball and represents the standard by which all other tennis balls are measured. This USTA and ITF approved ball is also the Official Ball of USTA League Tennis. It's available in regular-duty and extra-duty felt as well as extra-duty felt for high altitudes. This is an excellent ball for regular type amateur players. Is fairly durable and a lot of people like it. This ball sells really well for a reason, it is high quality. brandstennis.com rating 9.5/10
Penn Titanium - Titanium enhances this ball's natural rubber core for increased durability without any sacrifice in playability. The increased core-pressure retention also allows for longer-lasting play and a thicker grade of felt cover provides for increased wear. This USTA and ITF approved ball is available in extra-duty felt. If you want an extra long lasting ball and are willing to sacrifice a little playability then this is your ball. This thing is hard to wear out, yet we found it has a little less kick. brandstennis.com rating 8/10
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