HEAD updates their most spin-focused racquet family with Graphene 360+ technology for enhanced flex and a clean impact feel. See what changes the line up has this time around.
Over the last several years, Tecnifibre has been mixing different materials to try and create the “missing link” between the stiffer, control-oriented polyester string and softer, more powerful multifilament string. The brand’s newest addition, Triax, looks to close that gap by creating an internal Multi-Poly Fusion. See what our playtester thought about this new string.
As COVID-19 swept across the world, organized team sports were suspended. And as parts of the country begin to open back up, tennis is uniquely positioned to recapture the hearts of all athletes. Thanks to its individualistic nature, tennis is nominated as the safest sport to play during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you provide your own power on the tennis court, you need an ultra-precise racquet to help you maintain consistency and control. These frames are often on the heftier side in terms of weight, and most utilize a dense 18×20 string pattern for more directional control.
No doubt about it, times are tough for everyone, and tennis is no exception. If you are fortunate enough to have a tennis racquet and a pair of athletic shoes, you have access to some fun, low cost exercise. Here are some suggestions of what Tennis Express like’s to do while we are at-home.
Players who have arm trouble don’t want to lose spin potential, but need a string that performs well and is more arm friendly. We highlighted a few below in the multifilament, synthetic gut, and monofilament categories.