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).
Dunlop CX Pro 265
A manoeuvrable racket that and delivers a lightweight, but game-changing mix of power and comfort. Ideal for beginners or players looking for an easy-to-swing racket. Comes with a vibration dampener to enhance comfort.
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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.
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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.
The ProKennex Destiny FCS STC 26 junior tennis racket is made for a more advanced junior player wanting to take the game to the next level. With a head size of 100in2 (645cm2) and a head heavy balance, it packs a seriously powerful punch and weighs 250g (8.8oz) to ensure smooth handling and help to generate stroke speed required for effective pace and spin. An open 16x19 string pattern further enhances spin and power potential, whereas the use of Flex Control System (FCS) technology results in torsional resistance, added stability and proper flex, power and control.
For 2019, ProKennex updates the Ki Q+ Tour with a sporty racecar cosmetic but keeps the "best of class" comfort and arm-safety that has defined the brand. With its thin box beam, headlight balance and low stiffness�rating, the Ki Q+ Tour has a wonderfully classic and controlled feel. Like the previous generation, this light player's racquet gives intermediate and advanced players impressive control and spin on full cuts. The Ki Q+ Tour features the most evolved version of�Kinetic Quadfocus Technology, which deploys movable mass around multiple locations to create a more stable response.
With a cosmetic inspired by the new and innovative Wilson Clash, the Clash 26 will benefit the rising junior who wants a racquet that will take their game to the next level. The open 16x19 string pattern is perfect to help generate topspin and power. With its light weight design, this racquet is extremely maneuverable and easy to use. The shorter 26" length keeps this racquet very user-friendly, making this ideal for age groups 11 and older.
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.
Perfect for all budding Andy Murrays'. Now updated with Graphene 360 technology, the stability of the racket has been improved by strengthening the frame which reduces frame deformation on impact. With Graphene 360, players can also enjoy increased power thanks to the optimised energy transfer from the racket to the ball.
The entry-level CX ELITE 270 is perfect for beginner adults or juniors looking for their first full-size racket.
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.
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).
Offering a playing experience unlike anything on the market today, Wilson's Clash series is a new racquet line loaded with technologies that have playtesters of all levels saying "whoa." Wilson claims that the Clash 100 is the first racquet intentionally engineered to bend with any swing style thanks to its FreeFlex technology, which aims to provide maximum ball pocketing and control. Additionally, StableSmart frame geometry adds high levels of stability and power to the Clash 100.
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.
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.
With Clash 100L, Wilson puts their revolutionary technology into a light and speedy weapon. At 10.3 ounces strung and boasting a low swingweight, the Clash 100L is ideal for the early intermediate player who wants an easy swinging racquet that delivers pinpoint control on full swings. It should also work for the dedicated beginner who wants a comfortable and precise racquet that will reward continued improvement. What separates the Clash 100L from its competitors is one of the lowest and most arm-friendly flex points in the market.
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.