Introducing the state-of-the-art racing racket with new HYPERFIBRE +technologies developed to maximize racket speed and durability. The 2018 Dunlop Force 600 offers excellent manoeuvrability and punch precision thanks to the light frame and 105 sq. inch head. It is an ideal, very versatile racket for advanced players with high stamina and excellent precision.
Yonex Vcore 100
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 !
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Extremely light and handy, the Dunlop force 500 is aimed at beginner and intermediate tennis player seeking power and comfort. With the bright colour of the new design, you will not go unnoticed on the pitch!
For 2018, Wilson adds another chapter to the Pro Staff 97L. This racquet has the same white and black cosmetic as the racquet Federer uses on tour, complete with the same velvety paint and chrome touches. For this update, Wilson drops the Countervail technology, resulting in a firmer and more powerful response. At just under 11 ounces, the 97L swings fast, making it easier for less advanced players to load the ball with pace and spin.
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.
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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 lightest and fastest member of the Ultra franchise. At only 272 strung, this racket is extremely easy to use, making it great for beginners. It should also work for the intermediate player who requires maximum maneuverability or the rising junior who is ready for an adult performance frame.
For 2018, Wilson adds a sleek black and white cosmetic to the�Pro Staff 97 Countervail.�As the lighter, faster version of Federer's RF97 Autograph, this racket will give you a more user-friendly entry point into the legendary feel and precision of the Pro Staff universe. To help with comfort, the Pro Staff 97 is made with�Countervail, a material technology designed to reduce impact vibration and the resulting muscle fatigue
Co-designed by Roger Federer, the Pro Staff delivers the pure, classic feel players have come to love but with an all-new uncontaminated design. Meticulous in detail and bold in its beauty, the new Pro Staff introduces a whole new dimension of engineered paint finishes and textures with matte black velvet, chrome touches, and laser engraving never before seen in tennis.
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.
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.
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 Burn 100 Team is a great value, lightweight racket. With a weight of 267g, this racket is perfect for game improvers who play from the baseline and are looking to take their game up a notch. The 100 sq.in. headsize offers a good size sweet spot and the 16 x 20 string pattern offers a great deal of feel and control. The Burn 100 Team is a great choice for any intermediate player.
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.
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.
With the 2018 version of the EZONE 98, Yonex not only keeps a good thing going, but they've made some impressive tweaks to the composition and grommet system. Like past generations of the EZONE 98, this racket swings easy for a player's racket, and it has an outstanding combination of spin, touch and precision. According to Yonex, this model comes with an updated Isometric head shape, giving it a slightly larger sweetspot than past generations.
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.