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Description

 The KI 5X houses Pro Kennex's most fundamental attribute, the Kinetic System which embodies kinetic elements inside stored chambers throughout the frame, and features brand new cosmetics. At the moment of ball impact, both the ball and strings release stored energy from the impulse. With the 100 active kinetic chambers in play, the elements explode forward to attribute additional momentum to displace the ball's trajectory by widening the amplified sweet spot on the racquet and performing with a more dynamic feel.

 

The 16x20 string pattern on the KI 5X allows for a bigger bite onto the ball to account for additional spin onto a solid stroke as well a solid weight of 11.1oz (unstrung) for more advanced players who love to generate their own power. With most of the static weight shifted towards the handle, the KI 5X allows for easier maneuverability on both powerful baseline ground strokes are well as precise volleys at the net.

 

For more information on Choosing a Tennis Racquet, please see our Tennis Express Buyer's Guide.

Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


HI
June 2015
Pro 7G vs 5X
3/5
I started playing PK racquets because of tennis elbow I got from playing poly strings for too long only a few months. Loved poly but my elbow said NO! I tried numerous options that included, The protector, Prince OG, Prince racquets with side ports etc.. The best I found was the PK Ki20 strung with X-One Biphase at 58/60. Its a light racquet but VERY easy on the arm. I did add some lead weight. The sacrifice using the Ki20 is a little control. But NO pain. I know they say go heavy which does help on groundstrokes, but a heavy racquet I have found to be harder on the elbow on serves and definitely a one handed backhand. After my TE got better I wanted a heavier racquet with more control than the Ki20 and something I could feel where the head was a little better for lobs and slices. Thus my search led me to the 7G strung at 52. Similar stiffness but heavier than the Ki20. Smaller head and tighter string pattern gave me a lot more directional control. Shockingly my shots went where I was


fl
September 2015
Rqcquet Snapped
1.33333333333/5
after just 3 plays the racquet snapped at center of hitting area.

Description
Head Size: 100 sq. in MP
Length: 27.5 inches
Weight: Strung — 11.6 oz Unstrung — 11.1 oz
Tension: 52-68 Pounds
Balance: 11 pts Head Light
Beam Width: 22mm
Composition: Ionic Graphite
Flex: 65
Grip Type: Pro Kennex Perforated Comfort
Power Level: Low
String Pattern: 16 Mains/ 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T, 8H
One Piece
No Shared Hoes
Swing Speed: Fast
Swing Weight:

Product Specs No Specs Available

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  • Description
  • Customer Reviews
  • Tennis Express Reviews
  • Specs
Description

 The KI 5X houses Pro Kennex's most fundamental attribute, the Kinetic System which embodies kinetic elements inside stored chambers throughout the frame, and features brand new cosmetics. At the moment of ball impact, both the ball and strings release stored energy from the impulse. With the 100 active kinetic chambers in play, the elements explode forward to attribute additional momentum to displace the ball's trajectory by widening the amplified sweet spot on the racquet and performing with a more dynamic feel.

 

The 16x20 string pattern on the KI 5X allows for a bigger bite onto the ball to account for additional spin onto a solid stroke as well a solid weight of 11.1oz (unstrung) for more advanced players who love to generate their own power. With most of the static weight shifted towards the handle, the KI 5X allows for easier maneuverability on both powerful baseline ground strokes are well as precise volleys at the net.

 

For more information on Choosing a Tennis Racquet, please see our Tennis Express Buyer's Guide.

Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


HI
June 2015
Pro 7G vs 5X
3/5
I started playing PK racquets because of tennis elbow I got from playing poly strings for too long only a few months. Loved poly but my elbow said NO! I tried numerous options that included, The protector, Prince OG, Prince racquets with side ports etc.. The best I found was the PK Ki20 strung with X-One Biphase at 58/60. Its a light racquet but VERY easy on the arm. I did add some lead weight. The sacrifice using the Ki20 is a little control. But NO pain. I know they say go heavy which does help on groundstrokes, but a heavy racquet I have found to be harder on the elbow on serves and definitely a one handed backhand. After my TE got better I wanted a heavier racquet with more control than the Ki20 and something I could feel where the head was a little better for lobs and slices. Thus my search led me to the 7G strung at 52. Similar stiffness but heavier than the Ki20. Smaller head and tighter string pattern gave me a lot more directional control. Shockingly my shots went where I was


fl
September 2015
Rqcquet Snapped
1.33333333333/5
after just 3 plays the racquet snapped at center of hitting area.

Description
Head Size: 100 sq. in MP
Length: 27.5 inches
Weight: Strung — 11.6 oz Unstrung — 11.1 oz
Tension: 52-68 Pounds
Balance: 11 pts Head Light
Beam Width: 22mm
Composition: Ionic Graphite
Flex: 65
Grip Type: Pro Kennex Perforated Comfort
Power Level: Low
String Pattern: 16 Mains/ 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T, 8H
One Piece
No Shared Hoes
Swing Speed: Fast
Swing Weight:

Product Specs No Specs Available

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