Introducing Dunlop's Srixon Revo CX 2.0 Tour 18x20, endorsed by Kevin Anderson! With its flexible beam and compact 95in² head size, the CX 2.0 Tour offers a classic feel with surgical targeting. It also comes with a dense 18x20 string pattern, which makes it especially effective when driving the ball through the court. In stock form, this stick's 11.6oz weight and ultra head light balance make it a very speedy player's racquet. As a result, the CX 2.0 Tour is not only good for advanced players, but it should work well for the intermediate player who wants easy acceleration.
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The Yonex Ezone 98α tennis racquet is a mid weight racquet packed with features for the intermediate player.
Our GEL-Game® 6 shoe was designed for the tennis player seeking durability and traction, featuring a solid rubber outsole that can stand up to the hard court's rough texture. Our midfoot Trusstic System® technology provides forefoot stability, essential for side-to-side shuffling, while breathable mesh vents throughout the upper keep feet cool and comfortable from first-serve until match point.
With exceptional fit, enhanced traction and upgraded, shock-absorbing cushioning, our GEL-Rocket 8 model is a top-level shoe for an entry-level price. Known as a longtime favorite of beginner and intermediate court players, the latest GEL-Rocket features our stabilizing Trusstic System technology, gum rubber on the outsole for traction and our signature Forefoot GEL technology cushioning system.
Dunlop's Srixon Revo CV 5.0 offers the best of both worlds. It offers much of the spin-potential and precision found in the more compact CV 3.0 model, but it also packs a slightly larger head size (102in²) for a more forgiving response on off-center impact. Boasting a head heavy balance, the CV 5.0 offers decent stability for a sub 11 ounce racquet. The signature technology is called Sonic Core VG, which adds a special rubber material to the standard urethane and silicon formula for enhanced dampening.
Dunlop's Srixon Revo CV 3.0 was built to complement the speed, spin and power of the modern game. Like the best modern player's racquets, this stick accelerates with remarkable ease, making it easier for you to attack the ball with aggressive mechanics (think extra power and spin). Compared to the F series, this racquet's shaft is slightly more aerodynamic, and it features V-Energy Shaft II technology, which optimizes stiffness for added power.
Introducing the VCORE Pro 100 (300), a user-friendly player's racquet that does not skimp on comfort or feel. This racquet updates the Duel G version with a slightly more open string pattern (16x19 as opposed to 16x20) along with some minor changes to the composition and feel.
With the EZONE Feel Yonex delivers an impressive combination of speed, spin and controllable power to improving players. In addition to being a great frame for beginners, the EZONE Feel should work well for the intermediate who wants a lighter option. Thanks to an updated Isometric head shape, the EZONE Feel has a slightly larger sweetspot than the previous generation.