Ultra power. Ultra spin. Wilson delivers on both promises with the new Ultra 100 Countervail. With the update comes new technologies, including Power Ribs in the throat area, Crush Zone grommets and Countervail material in the frame. In addition, the Ultra 100 Countervail's 100 square inch head size, 11.2 oz strung weight and 320 swingweight are user friendly specs for a wide range of players.
Dunlop Srixon Revo CX 2.0 Tour
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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For 2018, Wilson adds a new look to the legendary Pro Staff RF97 Autograph - a racquet specially engineered for Roger Federer, the man who helped design it. Boasting the same specs and playability as the previous generation, this update is distinguished by its bold and elegant simplicity. In addition to Federer's laser engraved signature, it features a black and white tuxedo cosmetic. It also has the same matte finish and velvety texture as the previous version.
One of the game's most versatile and popular racquets gets updated with a more responsive contact zone. This Pure Drive offers the kind of power, precision and mobility that should appeal to everyone from strong beginners to the professional ranks.
Yonex’s newest tennis racquet is here: Command the court with EZONE DR. Breaking the mould with the world’s first tennis racquet to feature premium grade NANOMETRIC DR carbon graphite, the EZONE DR gives players increased flex and repulsion plus a larger sweet spot for dynamic power.
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.
The Pure Aero Lite is a great option for the player who wants the exceptional playability of the standard Pure Aero but in a lighter, more user-friendly package. Beginner and intermediate players will appreciate this racquet's quick handling and precise delivery. It's also quite comfortable.
Dunlop's Force 300 is designed for the intermediate player who wants a maneuverable racket that wants to reward big swings with easy power and spin.
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.
The VCORE 100 offers the most power and comfort for club players in the VCORE series, thanks to the 300g weight and 16×19 string pattern for added spin and improved manoeuvrability, stability and comfort. If your game is all about spin then this racket is one you do not want to miss !
Babolat makes big changes to the AeroPro Team, but keeps the same light weight and user-friendly playability that has made this such a great option for strong beginners, hard charging juniors and intermediate level players. This update is called the Pure Aero Team and it delivers even bigger spin and power than its predecessor.
Babolat gives the legendary AeroPro Drive a big makeover. This version is called the Pure Aero and it boasts a more aerodynamic beam and higher swingweight. The result is a racquet that trades a little bit of maneuverability for some ball crushing momentum and a welcomed boost in stability.
Like its predecessor, this version of the Pure Drive Lite is perfect for the player who wants the power, precision and spin of the standard Pure Drive but in a lighter more manageable package.
The Burn continues to generate power to blast shots from the baseline, but now with a new design that amps up performance and looks. Added Countervail technology maximizes a player's energy on every swing while a fresh aesthetic features a pure and simple design with engineered paint finishes, textures and an improved feel and design.
The Prince Lightning 100 tennis racquet is the perfect match for an up and coming beginner player seeking the ideal balance between power and comfort. The Prince Lightning at 100 square inches and 300 grams, features enough room on the head of the racquet for beginners to maintain power on off-centered hits.
Power up your game with the new EZONE. A further enhanced ISOMETRIC sweet spot extends deep into the upper section of the racquet resulting in the largest sweet spot in the EZONE series.
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.