It lasts very long time and very good for practice.
my daughter hits 3-5hr a day we use a 100 balls at a time and the Pro Penns just last longer we have some that are 100 days old and we still hit with them ! we open 3 new cans a week
I've played all the Wilson lines and can't stand the cheep penn big box brand that squirrel around off your racket. The pro penns are consistently the best easiest to see most durable solid hitting balls on the market. Save yourself some money and get these. They last me three or four hard played sets and are still good for rallying.
Like the name this ball is meant to go the distance. They are my ball of choice for serve practice.
This one of the best hard court balls that is currently being made. I used to like Dunlop Grand Prix but started to have issues with quality awhile back. The Penn Marathons last longer, have less defects (rounder and better seems), and are reasonably priced compared to other top-tier balls. I use these for both practice and game balls.
This is the best tennis ball out there. Far superior to regular tennis balls. AND Midwest gives great service, too.
Have not used yet. Was delivered on time.
never found a ball with a more consistent feel and bounce
Love this ball... Seems to be just a millimeter larger than all the other Championship balls. The bounce is always perfect and the color a bit brighter...
since those balls came out about 15 months ago, I'm just playing only with it. Durable. not to heavy and good bounce...
just perfect for me
best ball out there. great durability, great visibility with brighter color.
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