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This sporting goods company is only beginning to realize benefits from its sister company Srixon, well noted for its golf balls. But Dunlop itself has an important share of the market for tennis and squash balls. In the US, they have picked up important endorsements helping to drive sales.
Dunlop is a very big producer of tennis balls for one simple reason: they have balls for lots of different courts and for players of basically any ability.
Clay Courts: Their regular duty balls work here as well as for indoor play.
Hard Courts: They have extra duty balls for play on these surfaces to stand up to the rougher, more abrasive play on hard courts.
High Altitude: When playing at altitudes above around 3500 feet, using any regular tennis ball will be a mistake. Dunlop makes a special ball for high altitude use.
Kid’s Balls: For novices and others just getting started, having balls with extra visible colors and lower bounce makes for an easier learning experience. These will raise confidence and encourage newer players to improve and play more.
Tournament Balls: Specially made for competitive use, the trademark characteristic of these balls is consistency regardless of surface.
Young and up and coming players are likely to see Dunlop used at the IMG Tennis academy. The pros use Dunlop at the Australian Open and on the ATP Tour. These are all prestigious endorsements.
Just as with tennis, Dunlop’s squash balls are designed to be used by almost any player regardless of skill or experience.
Professional level: The demands and standards of professional squash players are met at the highest level of play.
Club level: With a bit more hang time, the club level player can expect a ball made for their competition level.
Recreational level: For those players trying hard to improve, having more hang time creates opportunities to hit lots of different types of shots.
Novice/kids level: When you are just getting started, having more time to hit the ball is important to instill confidence and build skills.
High altitude: Just like in tennis, when playing at altitude, specially designed balls are a necessity. Dunlop makes them for this purpose.
When you have the endorsements of the World Squash Federation (WSF) and Professional Squash Association (PSA), as Dunlop has, you know you have a quality product.
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