Squash balls

Squash balls

It’s better for every squash player to play with a good and new squash ball. In our extensive range of squash balls you will find the squash ball for you. We have squash balls for beginners and advanced players. We sell squash balls from the largest brands, including Dunlop, Oliver, Tecnifibre and Karakal. All these brands and more can be found on this page. Have fun playing squash!

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A good and new ball plays much better. An old and worn squash ball wont bounce as good as a new one. Don’t wait to long with replacing. There are different types of squash balls.

Which squash ball is right for me

There are several squash balls for sale, which is suitable is depending on, for example, level, but also the temperature of the court, if it is very cold on the court, it is advisable to take 1 or 2 steps back. There are also different brands of squash balls, but the only real one is the Dunlop Squash ball. Dunlop has been producing the only approved game of squash ball for years (PSA, WSA, WSF and also the SBN in the Netherlands) and no other squash ball can match this. All other brands feel different and do not play as well as a Dunlop squash ball.

How often should I replace my squash ball?

We recommend to grab a new squash ball every month with 2 weekly use. A squash ball is produced in 2 halves which are glued together. After a while, some air escapes from the squash ball, making it less bouncing. The grip of the squash ball is also reduced over time due to contact with the wall and the squash racket (ball becomes slippery).

You can easily check if the old squash ball is ready for replacements by grabbing a new one, if you think it hits much easier it is time for a new ball. We usually see that people wait too long. Because of the relatively low price, we think this is a shame, a good ball gives more squash fun. So make sure you always have a few spares in your squash bag.