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Racquet Specs

  • Head Size: 102 sq. in.
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Weight: Strung — 10.58 oz Unstrung — 9.98 oz
  • Tension: 52-62 Pounds
  • Balance: 6 Pts Head Light
  • Beam Width: 22/25/25mm
  • Grip Type: Viper Dry
  • Power Level: Medium
  • String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses
  • Swing Speed: Medium
  • Swing Weight: 312

DUNLOP Biomimetic M 6.0 Tennis Racquet Review


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Used by professional player Tommy Robredo, the Dunlop Biomimetic M 6.0 is made particularly for players with medium swings and moderate swing speeds, offering great maneuverability, stability, and a comfortable feel. With a larger 102 square inch headsize, the M 6.0 is extremely forgiving on off-center shots and provides just the right amount of power without sacrificing any control or mobility. Featuring a cool black, grey, and white paint job, the M 6.0 features updated Aeroskin CX technology for a greater aerodynamic experience and BioFibre dampening system for improved feel and comfort. Dunlop’s MoS2 grommets increase string movement for better access to spin.

Dunlop biomimetic m 6.0 tennis racket

Groundstrokes
The Biomimetic M 6.0 was super comfortable to swing from the baseline and was really quick and easy to adjust to. Its light weight and larger head size made it more powerful with a bigger, forgiving sweet spot, while still providing pretty decent control. The open string pattern plus this racquet’s great maneuverability really helped me put awesome spin on my shots. Creating depth and pace on groundstrokes was not an issue, making this a really versatile frame from the baseline.

Volleys and Serve
The M 6.0 was maneuverable and stable at net, despite its larger head size. I thought it was fun to put away quick reaction volleys with lots of power. Serves came with both power and control, as I was able to get fast racquet head acceleration to put some extra speed and plenty of pop on the ball. I felt like I needed to concentrate a little more on control when I hit flatter serves, but slice serves were great with the open string pattern.

Overall
Overall, the Biomimetic M 6.0 has a perfect mix of accuracy of power. At both the baseline and up at net, its light weight and slightly headlight balance creates extraordinary maneuverability, while the open string pattern provides greater access to spin. This frame is easy to swing and comfortable at contact. Intermediate to advanced players wanting extra maneuverability with both power and control should take a look at this versatile racquet.

About the Reviewer: Melissa Ponder is a former college player who has been playing tennis for over 15 years. She is rated as a 5.5 NTRP player.