Is not just about durability it's about hardness, Dunlop balks can be hard on your elbow
https://youtu.be/Y8-G3mLPJnE What are the Germans doing with the Triniti?! 😂
Why no penn and Wilson?
What about Wilson it’s my favourite
Did you try to play with balls Babolat VS ?
dunlop fort still the best ball (because I play on clay in Europe), certainly price quality... only doesn't live longtime.. slazenger is a ball typically for grass... to heavy and doesn't bounce enough.. Wilson is best for hardcourt... I like most the Australian Open ball..
Interesting start, but a very anticlimactic fluffy subjective non conclusion.. sorry but you could have done so much more with this. Bounce height over time, wet them and see how they perform over time.. anything but this
two better things in this video, The tennis balls and the court. not the players.
Prince Tour are the best tennis balls I´ve ever used. And I´ve been playing for over 30 years.
This was a shit review. Some of the balls was Match balls and some was Practice balls and they did't notice. The best to worst ball for match is:
1. Slazenger Wimbledon(last 1-2 matches)
2. Head Atp (last 1-2 matches)
3. Yonex Tour (last 3-5 matches)
4. Babolat Team (last 3-5 matches)
5. Dunlop Fort (last 3-5 matches)
And for practice best to wort ball
1. Yonex Tour (last 3-5 matches)
2. Babolat Team (last 3-5 matches)
3. Dunlop Fort (last 3-5 matches)
4. Slazenger Wimbledon(last 1-2 matches)
5. Head Atp (last 1-2 matches)
Head ATP are horrible. What a disgrace for a tennis player to play with horrible head atp! Disgusting!
that is weird
i have head container and one head ball. and i have slazenger mini and slazenger solo. solo are blue ones?
Can you show the video specifically, where different branded balls landed (the distance), how they travel through the air, and how they travel after bouncing from the ground, when the balls shoot out from the machine?
Thanks for the review. But would you also recommend Head? There is nothing about them at the end of your review. Was the Slazenger far superior than Head? We don't know.
Your strokes suck. This review is totally pointless if you can't get players that hit the ball with a proper technique, allowing for maximum power, spin and control.
And you really don't talk too much about the feel of each balls..
Then again using a Babolat Pure Drive, you're not going to get much feel...
My fav's are slazenger then Head. Slazenger are clearly way better.
Here is the ball machine I used if anyone was interested :) Tennis Twist ► https://www.networldsports.com.au/tennis-twist-battery.html
500 bucks lol
Hey I am a beginner does anyone who where I can purchase this ball machine I would love to have one to practice
have you tried the slinger bag?
Good form, Cam. You could've been a contender 😂😂
That’s all but Not cheap
cheap, uh, not cheap
Thats so good man wish i had a machine. Great work!! Keep it up
How can I buy this machine please ?
btw how much is it?
wow this is an amazing tool!! thank you for sharing it
wooohhh ! bro ... ! Wait a minute !. this is probably the first time one of these type of videos has a guy that can actually hit the ball properly !!! Bro you got skills . THATS the way a tennis ball should be Hit !!!
hi - looks good enough for my standard! How long do you get out of the batteries?
It’s making so much noise and not powerful...mostly for kids👍
Thanks for this vid, I've been a bit wary about buying the Tennis Twist as I didn't know what it's range is. But seeing it's got variable settings means it will be of use to me.
Good form for someone who hasn't played in a couple years. Why would you stop?
Great. Cheers. I'll check it out. Single handed BH = sweet.
Your play style is sweet
Pls could you do a video on serving tips
What about the Dunlop AO ball? I hear really good things about it and am torn between them or the Wilson US Open
US open balls are shit...one hour they are done
0:40 "Hahaaaaa" -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - Duties
Please can you answer this, If i have pro stock H22's in Wilson grip shape, is it possible to switch to Heads tk82 instead?
Dunlop last the longest.
Wilson trinities are the best bang for the buck
From my exp - Penn champ balls AKA costco balls only last for 2 hours, Pro Penn's and Wilson extra duty are good (4-5 hours of life) but nothing comes close to Wilson Triniti
Dunlop Balls 💪🎾
Penn marathon very durable, excellent balls overall, I am very surprised TW missed those!
I have tried and tested bounce/pressure/durability in hardcourts, in the last six weeks, Wilson Us Open Extra Duty, Dunlop ATP Extra Duty and Penn Tour Extra Duty, 4.5 level players, and the results for us is Wilson Us Open Extra Duty first place, very close in second the Penn Tour XD and very far in third place is the Dunlop ATP Extra Duty.
For outdoor hard courts, Pro Penn Marathon extra duty is very good for performance, durability, and value...After using them for games/matches, they last a long time as practice/wall hitting balls. I was very impressed with their durability this past summer.
Maybe it’s just my experience but I bought a case of Dunlop Grand Prix ball and everyone I hit with found them to be horrible. They have no bounce even though they appeared to be pressurized. I had to return them. Did they correct the problem? I see similar customer reviews in TW.
Which balls last the longest? I am looking for balls for training sessions, they do not have to perform well, they key is for them to last longer then typical match balls. What do you think about Wilson Trinity ?
Penn balls are horrible. Wilson, Technifibre, Babolat and Dunlop are much more durable. Really anything. 😆
What about durability ?
As a person who has used these 3 balls and all of the other ones on the market thousands of times, each and every brand of ball has their own unique characteristics. You could remove the writing on the balls, and i could tell you which one was a US open, Penn coach and regular Wilson ball after hitting with them for 10 minutes or so. US Open balls have a nice soft feel coming off of the strings, but wear out faster than any ball on the market. Might be worth it for one person to buy and use US opens balls, but not for another person on a budget.
Wilson Championship Extra Duty is the best.
Should have watched this a couple of months ago before buying a box of Wilson US Open. After a half an hour there is no print left on the balls. Very disappointed!
https://youtu.be/Y8-G3mLPJnE What are the Germans doing with the Triniti?! 😂
A bounce test, anyone?
I have picked up used US Open balls on the public court that play better than brand new Penn Championship balls.
My rank is:
And never Babolat or Gamma.
Cool! I agree with you. Can you do a review comparison of those pressureless balls like the tretorn vs penn vs wilson?
Dunlop fort elite is the best ball on earth.
Wilson balls are terrible, especially the regular Wilson. Penn Coach last a long time actually, I use them as practice balls. Babolat has good tennis balls, Pro Penn are excellent but too expensive
Was the hardcourt you hit on really slow? The extra duty felt is designed for hard courts that are slow while the US Open is not.
I prefer the Dunlop Fort ...soon I'll be trying the new Soderling ball ...the RS
What about Wilson Pressureless Tennis Balls
Dunlop Fort Tournament and Tretorn Serie+ are two balls that are hard and keep their pressure very well. Usually the felt wears down after 3-4 hours of harder hitting, but pressure is still very good. Head Tour (same as the best Penn ball, different name only) is also a good ball, not as hard as the other two but with more feel and felt seems to be able to take more hard-hitting, but pressure usually drops after 3-4 hours, not that much that they turn soft but noticeably softer than when new.
In my experience, the hard court balls have thicker felt, which causes them to become fluffy after hitting for an hour or so. This really slows the ball down, especially if they get a little wet, resulting in less pace and less spin. This makes the game less fun in my opinion.
Slazenger all court maintain their pressure extremely well.
I love penn balls better i hit them more farther i play softball
Pro penn marathon extra duty is best imo