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.
Having focused most of their attention on racquets the last few years, Dunlop looks ready to wade back into the hyper competitive string market. Dunlop NT Max Plus aims to provide players with outstanding control and feel without sacrificing spin or durability. Let’s see how it played!
Do you love playing with polyester strings, but are tired of having arm issues? Check out our blog on the 10 best soft co-poly tennis strings so you don’t have to deal with injury again!
Synthetic gut strings have gotten a bad rap over the years for being “cheap,” “inexpensive” and for having “low playability.” However, manufacturers have continued updating this type of string to give players better responsiveness, feel, and tension maintenance. Now you will see many different types of synthetic-gut strings that fit each player’s style and here are our top 6 choices.