While it’s long been a high quality brand, Yonex seems to have really caught fire in the last few years with a slew of high profile players and fantastic frame lines. The Ezone line has long been renowned for its blend of power and playability. With its most recent edition being somewhat polarizing, Yonex is looking to get its groove back with the 2020 Ezone lineup.
Dunlop has been making racquets since 1932 and is driven by a love of the game. The brand continues to add improvements that create lighter, stronger, and faster products. The Dunlop SX 300 Lite is the lightest in the new SX series, providing players with quick access to pace and spin. See what our playtester thought about this new frame.
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.
There seems to be a common misconception that oversize racquets are only for older or weaker players. However, that is not completely true as pros even use oversize tennis racquets to benefit their game. Let’s take a look at some top oversize frames that are better suited for advanced players today.
Dunlop is back with a new racquet line and new mantra: Spin Redefined! The new SX Tennis Racquet line was made for players to hit massive spin from everywhere on the court thanks to Spin Boost Grommets. Take a deeper look into Dunlop’s newest series to help you determine which frame is best for your game.
The updated Babolat Pure Aero VS takes a step in a new direction giving players incredible spin, a little more precision, increased flexibility and great comfort. Reminiscent of the original AeroPro Drive lets see how the new Pure Aero VS compares to it’s predecessors.