Which squash ball?
Yellow for me too, it makes it easier to play properly imo. I used to find it very hard to play with anything else, my judgement was all over the shop. Fielding drop serves into the corner required a completely different approach.
I don’t think a slow ball means a slower game btw. You have to do a lot more running to go and get the damn thing – a faster ball is more likely to come to you.
I bloody love squash, I never play it any more 🙁Posted 4 years agoBezSubscriber
Yellow is standard with everyone I’ve ever played with; double yellow comes out occasionally. White is fast; red and blue are good for trying to see if you can hit five walls before it drops but they’re plain stupid for actually playing with (unless you’re a child). IMO.Posted 4 years agoskiMember
I meet my wife because of a yellow dot golf ball 😉
Having a slow ball meant even an a average player like me,could accidentally on purpose drop a ball into the bottom corner of a court, forcing your young and very pretty female opponent, now wife, to bend over to retrieve it 😉
That was over 20 years ago and we are still married.
So yes, start with a yellow dot and see where it takes you 😉Posted 4 years agosprootletMember
One dot yellow to start with as the weather and court temperature has picked up a bit.Posted 4 years ago
It won’t be long before you need 2 dot yellow as you improve and our baking hot summer starts….
Most balls are now black apart from th kids blue ones. Sports direct are fairly cheap, £3-4 for 3.
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