Last updated on 10-Mar-2009 10:00:30 AM
how are Stiga 3 star balls? Better than Sportscraft 3 star balls? Are they for intermediate players? How many slams and matches can it survive? Are they great for practicing and training?
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I htink Stiga 3 Star are better than Sportscraft balls.
As to how many slams they can survive that is an interesting question. I suppose it depends on how hard you are hitting the ball and also whether it hits a brick wall at the end or a wooden floor.
I find concrete and brick walls do a lot of damage to the ball.
You don't necessarily need a 3 Star ball for training. I use the Yasaka Training Ball and find them very good.
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