For 2019, ProKennex updates the Ki Q+5 (290g) with a cool racecar cosmetic but keeps the explosive and accurate feel�of the previous generation. At only 290 grams this stick is ideal�for the intermediate player who wants a lively and spin-friendly racket that doesn't skimp on feel, comfort or arm-protection. This racket features the most evolved version of�Kinetic Quadfocus Technology, which places movable mass in multiple locations around the head. In addition to providing greater protection against vibration, shock and torque, the movable mass amplifies the power of your stroke, making it easier for you to control the point.
Wilson Sensation STRUNG
This is the thickest version of Wilson Sensation, one of the game's oldest and most popular multifilaments. At 1.35mm this one offers increased durability over the thinner gauges of sensation. It also manages to deliver a nice combination of comfort, power and feel. Players looking for phenomenal all around playability in a very arm friendly package are encouraged to give this one a try.
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Dunlop Stage 2 Training Balls are ITF Approved for Stage 2 tennis. These tennis balls are designed to move approximately 50% slower than a standard tennis ball with a lower compression and lower bounce, making the ball easier to hit for beginners of all ages.
Introducing the Ultra 100L BOLD! Featuring the same specs as the standard cosmetic version, this special edition of the Ultra 100L is defined by its bold black and white cosmetic. With its fast feel, the Ultra 100L BOLD is ideal for the intermediate player who wants an explosive racquet with precise and spin-friendly targeting. It should also work for the strong beginner who wants a frame that will reward continued improvement.
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).
Dunlop Stage 1 Green Training Balls are ITF Approved for Stage 1 tennis. These tennis balls are designed to move approximately 25% slower than a standard tennis ball, making it an ideal choice for introducing play on a full tennis court.
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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.
Updated to be faster and more supportive, the Gel Game 7 will be an ideal option for recreational players. Perfect for the court, the gym and casual wear, the Gel Game 7 is as versatile on the court as it is off. The lightweight, synthetic upper provides support and breathability, while the forefoot has been injected with GEL cushioning to reduce shock and keep players comfortable at all times.
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.
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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.
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.
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 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).
Luxilon's Smart string adds exceptional control and durability to help advanced players take bigger cuts at the ball, resulting in nearly unprecedented levels of control and spin. On the downside, co-polyester strings are quite firm, which often translates into an overly stiff and dead feel on slower strokes like touch shots. Luxilon's answer to this familiar problem is a string called LXN Smart, which features a more evolved version of the Multi-Mono technology found in their M2 and Element strings. According to Luxilon, Smart behaves like a typical poly on fast swings, which means it delivers the firm and controlled response players expect. But on slower strokes, Smart is designed to act more like a multifilament, which means it softens for greater touch, pocketing and comfort.
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.
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.