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.
Wilson Ultra 100 V3.0
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.
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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.
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.
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. One case has 72 balls.
Intermediate players looking for a maneuverable racket with easy targeting should give Head's Graphene 360+ Speed S a serious look. At 285 grams (unstrung), this racket is faster and less demanding than the Speed MP. Factor in the thicker 25mm beam, and the result is a livelier and crisper Speed with the kind of "point and shoot" precision found in the Extreme series. The Speed S gets updated with Graphene 360+, which combines the power and stability of Graphene 360 with SpiralFibers in the lower hoop for better feel at impact.
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.
The HEAD Tour Team 12R Monsterercombi Tennis Bag has the capacity to hold up to 12 racquets conveniently within three compartments. Store racquets in climate controlled compartment, with HEAD's signature CCT+ lining to keep them dry and protected from outside elements. Third large compartment can hold additional racquets, as well as larger essential items, such as clothes, shoes and towels.
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.
A comfortable and stable option for recreational players, the Gel Challenger 12 not only looks great but performs well too! Updated to offer more stability, the upper holds your feet in so you can move with confidence as the Flexion Fit helps assist in added support making the shoe feel quick. The seamless fit and signature Gel Cushioning remains intact allowing players to move in comfortable, speedy style. The durable rubber outsole has been built to last on any court surface and there is added protection in high wear areas. An excellent option for avid players looking for all-around performance.
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.
Pro Hurricane Tour is big on control and spin. It's also quite firm, so we think it works best for intermediate to advanced baseliners with long, fast strokes. String breakers take note: this one offers excellent durability. The octagonal profile gives Pro Hurricane Tour great bite, while the coating allows the strings to snap back with greater force. The result is a heavy ball loaded with spin, especially for players who swing big. <b>Our topspin hitters noted that they could reach maximum swing speed because the spin brought the ball down so effectively. This is a great option for power baseliners who want the ultimate in spin, control, and durability.
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.
The men's special edition GEL-RESOLUTION 7 L.E. tennis shoe by ASICS boasts a range of technical features for powerful performance. The lightweight SOLYTE midsole provides bounce-back and durability, while the tennis-specific AHAR outsole gives players the flexibility to make quick, lateral movements with ease. Added cushioning comes from SpEVA 45 technology in the midsole and GEL technology in the rear and forefoot. The I.G.S(Impact Guidance System) technology and TRUSSTIC SYSTEM support give extra stability and guide the foot in its natural gait during propulsion, helping players put in an outstanding performance every time they hit the court.
Luxilon Savage is a co-poly loaded with spin-friendly bite and low-powered control. One of the first things we noticed about Savage was the impressive spin potential, aided in no small part by this string's six edges. In addition to those "grabby" edges, Savage offered an extremely controlled and predictable response on big swings. This predictability translated into aggressive stroke patterns punctuated by sharp angles and ambitious targets
The Wilson Ultra Junior 26 V3.0 shares the same versatility and playability found in Wilson's adult performance line, making it great for the junior player who wants to rise to the next level. With its easy power and spin, this racket will give your child the ingredients to play more aggressive tennis. With its 66cm length, it is uniquely tailored to the biomechanics of the junior player, 11+ years old. Ultimately, this is simply a great option for the young player who is serious about improving their game.
The Core Series 6 Pack Combi Bag is a nice lightweight racquet bag for players looking to bring some extra gear to the courts. Two large main compartments have been designed to hold 6 racquets while there is a small zippered accessory pocket on the front to keep smaller items easily within reach. Carry the bag with the two padded and adjustable shoulder straps either as a backpack or slung over your shoulder.