The Drive Lite from Babolat is an ideal racket for tennis players looking for a lightweight racket with a large face. It is comfortable and powerful at the same time. Due to the lightweight nature of this racket, manoeuvrability on the court is easier than ever.
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.
The Nova Lite 100 is designed for the player looking to add explosive power to their game, in a lighter more maneuverable set up. Ideal for young juniors or recreational players looking for a lighter frame with added power. This player enhancement frame allows you to hit massive shots from anywhere on the court. With it’s spin friendly 16×19 string pattern, you’ll find easy access to spin and power on groundstrokes and a huge boost of pop on the serve. Nova Lite’s stunning design and metallic accents will have you exploding the ball past your opponent in style.
Loaded with speed, spin and controllable power, the CX Team 260 is a great option for bargain hunters who want ease of use. At nearly 10 ounces strung, it swings a little heavier than the CX Elite 260 and CX Pro 255, giving it a tad more stability and power. In addition to being a solid choice for the beginner who is looking to rise to the next level, this racquet should also work for the early intermediate player who wants raw speed.
Loaded with speed, spin and controllable power, the CX Team 265 is a great option for bargain hunters who want ease of use. At nearly 10 ounces strung, it swings a little heavier than the CX Elite 260 and CX Pro 255, giving it a tad more stability and power. In addition to being a solid choice for the beginner who is looking to rise to the next level, this racquet should also work for the early intermediate player who wants raw speed.
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.
Head updates the Extreme S with some extra stability, power and spin. At 280 grams, this racket accelerates with remarkable speed. As such, it is perfect for novice players who wants to start hitting with more pace and spin. This racket should also work for the intermediate player who places a premium on maneuverability. The Extreme S benefits from Graphene 360, which is a material technology that strengthens the racquet at 3, 9 and 12 o'clock.
Head updates lightest member of the Extreme family with some extra stability and easier access to power. Called the Graphene 360 Extreme Team, this racquet features wider string spacing and a higher swingweight than the previous generation. As a result, it not only offers above average stability and plow through for a light racquet, but it also produces impressive levels of power and spin. In addition to being light enough beginners, this stick has enough stability for the rising intermediate who wants a speedy weapon.
Intermediate and advanced players looking for easy targeting and outstanding feel should give the Gravity MP a serious look. At 11 ounces strung, this racquet moves fast, but still feels solid at impact. It also packs a low 62RA stiffness, lending it a more arm-friendly and controlled response than many of its competitors. Built with Graphene 360+, the Gravity MP combines the stability and power of Graphene 360 with SpiralFibers in the lower head for a cleaner feel at impact. This racquet also features a rounder racquet head higher in the string bed. This not only creates a more comfortable and responsive hitting experience, it provides a bigger spin window, making it easier to attack the ball at extreme upward angles.
Head updates Instinct S with some extra stability and power but keeps the maneuverability that made this such a perfect racquet for beginners, strong juniors and intermediate players. Like the Instinct MP, this racquet comes with a thick 23-26-23mm beam and open 16x19 string pattern, giving it the same seductive blend of power and spin. The fact that it swings easier than MP makes it a great tool for the improving player who wants to start attacking the ball and playing more aggressive tennis. Like other members of the Instinct family, this racquet gets updated with Graphene 360, a technology that gives you the benefits of polarized weighting while also strengthening multiple locations around the head for a more stable and powerful response.
With this version of the Radical MP, Head adds another impressive chapter to the Radical story, 25+ years in the making. At 11 ounces strung, the Radical MP is lighter and faster than a traditional player's racquet, making it ideal for the intermediate player. It should also work for the more advanced ball striker who is looking to pick up some speed without losing too much stability.
Sporting some impressive changes for 2018, the Head Speed MP gets updated with a little extra spin and power. In addition to a slightly thicker beam, Head has also widened the spacing between the cross strings. The upshot, according to our playtesters, is a noticeable boost in spin potential along with a little extra pop. With the addition of Graphene 360, Head takes their Graphene system to the next level by reinforcing not just the shaft but multiple points along the frame's head.
Interested in power, comfort and maneuverability? We think we've got your solution with the Head Graphene 360 MP Lite. Although not as hefty as its big brother, this lighter version boasts a more manageable swingweight. As a result, you'll find it easier to maximize stroke speed in the service of pace and spin. With its open 16x19 string pattern, the MP Lite is quite spin friendly, and the RA stiffness of 63 makes it more arm-friendly than many of its competitors.
Power meets maneuverability. The PWR Speed combines great maneuverability with unmatched power to resemble Tour performance of the Speed racquets.
The Head Graphene S6 Tennis Racquet will allow you to feel the power and control in every shot. Featuring technology that serves to better your play and a firmer frame for greater power output.
Intermediate players looking for easy targeting and arm-friendly comfort should like this update to Head's Radical S. This version comes with Graphene Touch, which adds a dampening material called Kraibon to Head's polarized weight system. The overal result is exceptional vibration dampening and easy power.
Lighter and easier to handle than the grown-up INSTINCT series, the INSTINCT JR. still gives you the perfect combination of power and superior handling while still providing a softer feel and less vibrations for ultimate comfort.Its dynamic 16/19 string pattern for some extra spin and the innovative Graphene Touch technology for incredible touch and solid feel.
Lighter than the grown-up SPEED series for easier handling and better maneuverability, the SPEED JR. provides all of the same benefits for optimized control. Made for the serious up and coming junior player, the SPEED JR. features the innovative Graphene XT technology, which shifts the weight to where you need it most for a faster game. With its 16/19 string pattern for more spin than ever before.
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.
Introducing the Blade 100L! As the lightest model in the Blade family, this racquet provides rising intermediates with a great entry point into the Blade franchise. In addition to giving you the traditional virtues of control and feel, this 10.6 ounce racquet packs some modern speed and spin. Compared to the Blade 98 16x19, the 100L is not only faster, it also has a thicker, stiffer and livelier beam. The upshot is easier access to pace along with a crisper, more solid feeling stringbed. As with the other members of the Blade family, this stick benefits from FeelFlex technology which uses Wilson's proprietary Carbon Mapping to add torsional stability while also helping the racquet bend in ways that compliment the explosive mechanics of the modern game.
With this update to the Blade 98 (18x20), Wilson adds another chapter to one of the game's classic player's racquets. Like the previous generation, this racquet combines an elegant and minimalist cosmetic with the same velvety paint finish that was originally launched with Federer's Pro Staff RF97 Autograph. Although Wilson has given this racquet a slightly more head light balance than its predecessor, it packs a higher swingweight, giving it a tad more plow-through. In addition to its buttery 62RA flex, the Blade 98 (18x20) has FeelFlex technology, which uses Wilson's proprietary Carbon Mapping to add torsional stability while also helping the racquet bend in ways that compliment the modern swing path (think more spin and power).