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Dunlop extra duty balls have a more durable cover and are designed to be played on hard courts. Regular duty balls are made for clay or grass courts.
High altitude balls are designed for play at altitudes above 3500 feet.
Absolutely nothing. The numbers are there so you can avoid getting your balls mixed up with other courts near you.
Professionals and advanced amateurs should consider either the Australian Open (AO) or ATP balls. Hard and fast, they are designed to take a beating from big hitters. The AO is their most technically advanced ball with outstanding endurance even for the biggest hitters.
The Grand Prix is appropriate for a wide range of players and is used at many tournaments because of its durability. The average player will appreciate this ball for its playability and endurance to last throughout a long match.
Dunlop makes three different balls for kids and early stage learners: Speedball and Stage 1 and Stage 3.
Many opinions exist in this debate. For most individuals, trying several will allow you to discover which ball works best for your game on your local courts.