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Dunlop tennis balls are engineered to meet the most exacting demands of both the recreational and serious player. Their Fort Clay Court tennis ball features an HD Core plus innovative Clay Guard cloth technology for added durability during tournament level play. The cloth itself has been treated to repel clay particles so the ball stays brighter longer, making it easier to see. It's no wonder the Fort Clay Court ball is the official clay court ball of both the ATP and WTA! ITF approved. 

The Dunlop Clay Court case contains 18 cans (4 balls per can- 72 balls per case).

Tennis Ball cases can be shipped to addresses within the Continental United States ONLY.

Note: Due to the size of this item it does not qualify for free shipping; shipping fee is $14.95

For additional information about Tennis Balls or Tennis Ball Machines, check out our Tennis Express Buyer`s Guide.

 The Dunlop Fort Clay Court case is just one of the many products from the Dunlop tennis brand.

 

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AE
July 2013
DUNLOP BALLS
3/5
THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE EVER SEEN OR USED THE DUNLOP CLAY COURT BALLS. WHILE THEY BOUNCE GOOD ON THE RED GERMAN CLAY, THEY FUZZ UP AFTER THE SECOND USE. I FIND THE PENN TI BALLS TO LAST A LONG TIME WITHOUT FUZZING UP AT ALL.


FL
September 2013
Great Play and Great Idea - 4 Balls
5/5
Why has it taken so long for someone to put more than 3 balls in a tennis ball can For years, after that first ball goes over the fence you either have to open a new can, or run after 2 balls! That, in and of itself, is enough to make it worth my while to give these balls a try. And Im glad I did. They play great on clay courts, they give a good bounce, and they are very durable. Even with hard play, we used the can of balls over 13 hours of tournament play.

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Ball Types Regular Duty

DUNLOP

Fort Clay Court Tennis Balls 18 Can Case 4 Ball

$99.00#601197USCS Due to the size/weight of this item, shipping is $10.95 ground within Contiguous US.

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  • Description
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Description

Dunlop tennis balls are engineered to meet the most exacting demands of both the recreational and serious player. Their Fort Clay Court tennis ball features an HD Core plus innovative Clay Guard cloth technology for added durability during tournament level play. The cloth itself has been treated to repel clay particles so the ball stays brighter longer, making it easier to see. It's no wonder the Fort Clay Court ball is the official clay court ball of both the ATP and WTA! ITF approved. 

The Dunlop Clay Court case contains 18 cans (4 balls per can- 72 balls per case).

Tennis Ball cases can be shipped to addresses within the Continental United States ONLY.

Note: Due to the size of this item it does not qualify for free shipping; shipping fee is $14.95

For additional information about Tennis Balls or Tennis Ball Machines, check out our Tennis Express Buyer`s Guide.

 The Dunlop Fort Clay Court case is just one of the many products from the Dunlop tennis brand.

 

Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


AE
July 2013
DUNLOP BALLS
3/5
THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE EVER SEEN OR USED THE DUNLOP CLAY COURT BALLS. WHILE THEY BOUNCE GOOD ON THE RED GERMAN CLAY, THEY FUZZ UP AFTER THE SECOND USE. I FIND THE PENN TI BALLS TO LAST A LONG TIME WITHOUT FUZZING UP AT ALL.


FL
September 2013
Great Play and Great Idea - 4 Balls
5/5
Why has it taken so long for someone to put more than 3 balls in a tennis ball can For years, after that first ball goes over the fence you either have to open a new can, or run after 2 balls! That, in and of itself, is enough to make it worth my while to give these balls a try. And Im glad I did. They play great on clay courts, they give a good bounce, and they are very durable. Even with hard play, we used the can of balls over 13 hours of tournament play.

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No Specs Available.

Product Specs
Ball Packs Cases
Ball Types Regular Duty

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