The SX Team 260 racket allows player's to play with comfort and spin.The SX Team 260 has the largest head size in the Team family of rackets. This translates to more power, but with lots of comfort. So you get a racket that's lightweight, manoeuvrable and packed with spin and control. Make every shot count.
Pro Kennex Ki5 300g
For the 2018 version of the Ki 5 (300g) ProKennex delivers a very precise and spin-friendly weapon to intermediate and advanced players. With its maneuverable 11.1 ounce weight and head light balance, the Ki 5 (300g) swings fast and delivers easy access to pace and spin. The firm beam creates a crisp, lively and accurate response, and the comfort level is unmistakably high thanks to the Kinetic Technology (which has a proven track record for producing arm-friendly racquets).
Head Size:100 sq. in. / 645.16 sq. cm.
Length:27in / 68.58cm
Strung Weight:11.1oz / 314.68g
Balance:12.99in / 32.99cm / 4 pts HL
Composition:Spiral Tech Carbon Graphite
Grip Type:ProKennex Synthetic
String Pattern:16 Mains / 20 Crosses
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The lightest racket in the Burn franchise, the new-look Burn 100ULS produces an effortless swing that delivers pure power and excellent maneuverability. A Spin Effect Technology string pattern (18x16) provides precision spin and increased durability, making this an ideal racket choice for baseliners who need spin to help keep the ball in play.
The ProKennex Ki 5 (280g) offers controllable power and easy spin to strong beginners, competitive juniors and intermediate players. At 280 grams this racket will give less experienced players the ability to swing faster when going for pace and spin. The relatively compact 645cm² head delivers a precise and predictable response, and the Kinetic Technology does a great job reducing harsh impact vibrations.
Updated with a sleek racecar cosmetic, the Ki Q+5 Pro �offers impressive precision and pop on full swings.�With its thin 21.5mm beam, the Q+5 Pro has great feel, and it will give experienced players the needed precision�to attack the ball with their most powerful strokes. Compared to the Q+5, this racquet feels slightly more stable against�pace, but it still manages to accelerate through contact with impressive speed.�
With this update to the Ultra 100L, Wilson has created an explosive racket for improving players. At 295 grams strung, the Ultra 100L should appeal to a broad range of intermediate players, including the occasional league player or weekend warrior.�According to Wilson, this racket's big power comes from three strategic enhancements.
The EXTREME PWR is the perfect lightweight racquet for club players who are looking for comfort, vibration dampening and manoeuvrability, as well as extreme spin and power. Now refreshed with a new design, the racquet has also been upgraded with the innovative Graphene 360+ technology for enhanced flex and clean impact feel.
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).
The ProKennex Destiny FCS 265 is an all-round tennis racket providing excellent shot precision and manoeuvrability and has a mid-plus 100in2 (645cm2) head for good levels of power and control. The racket features FCS system delivering proper flex and comes strung with Crystal Plus string for great playability and an extra soft feel. This evenly balanced racket is constructed from graphite for added stiffness and strength and offers Griptack grip to ensure a combination of tackiness and absorption.
Wilson adds another chapter to the�Ultra 100.�Like the previous generation, this racket packs a 318 gram strung weight and a powerful beam construction.�It's also very maneuverable, giving it an appeal that extends from recreational players and weekend warriors all the way to intermediate league players.
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.
Players looking for extra power and comfort have come to the right place. Updated with a sporty racecar cosmetic for 2019, the Ki Q+30 is the perfect racquet for beginners all the way to senior doubles specialists. With its light weight, thick beam and extended length (27.5"), this racquet is built to give you ultra easy access to power. It's also easy on your arm thanks to its oversize head and��Kinetic Quadfocus Technology, which deploys movable mass in key locations of the racquet's head to give you greater protection from vibration, shock and racquet torque.
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.
With roots that extend back 40 years to the original Black Ace 93, this racket features the legendary engineering of one of the game's most experienced racket manufacturers.� At roughly 318 grams strung, the Ki Black Ace (300g) is designed for intermediate and advanced players. The feel is exceptional thanks in part to its 21mm straight beam and flexible RA stiffness. Although the lighter than a traditional player's racket, the Ki Black Ace (300g) has decent stability for the weight. This is partly due to its�Kinetic Technology, a time-tested system that uses dynamic mass to help the racket plow through the ball more effectively.
The SX Team 280 racket allows you to play with power and spin.The SX Team 280 is a great option if you're someone who is looking to play with control and spin. At 280 grams and combined AEROSKIN technology, this racket is easy to manoeuvre, which means you can generate more speed into your shots.
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.
With roots that extend back 40 years to the original Black Ace 93, this racket features the legendary engineering of one of the game's most experienced racket manufacturers.� At roughly 300 grams strung, the Ki Black Ace (285g) is ideal for the intermediate player who wants an arm-friendly racket with outstanding control. The feel is exceptional thanks in part to its 21mm straight beam and flexible RA stiffness. Although this is the lightest model in the series, the Ki Black Ace (285g) has impressive stability for its weight.