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Luxilon Element String Review

There have been so many wonderful new rackets out recently that I’ve not managed to get too many string reviews in of late. However, the perfect racket is nothing without the right string, so the string reviews are back and we’ve got a great one for you with Luxilon...

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Head RIP Control String Review

We tend to think that if you want top levels of control then you should look at a poly string, but there are multifilament strings out there offering great control, and Head RIP Control is one of them. Although the Head RIP Control doesn’t offer quite the control of a...

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Dominic Thiem Racket and Strings

Which racket and string setup does Dominic Thiem use? We hear you ask! Before we tell you though, ask yourself why you want to know… Even amongst professional players, there is an enormous variety in choices of racket and string tension alike. I would even...

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Head XtremeSoft Overgrip Review

The Head XtremeSoft Overgrips offer players who love a thin, soft grip an excellent alternative to classics like the Wilson Pro Overgrip. While those players who don’t suffer too much from sweaty hands might find this to be the ideal grip, I would offer a word of...

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Wilson Ultra 100L Racket Review

The Wilson Ultra rackets are quite an understated range, but I have to say, they are one of my favorites. That’s because they do everything well. They don’t lean too much towards any one characteristic, but they do give you good all-round performance. This time we...

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Head Hawk String Review

If you’re looking for a low powered, durable string then you’ve come to the right place. Head Hawk string offers the classic combination of control and spin that poly string users will be familiar with. However, if it’s power you’re after, you certainly won’t find it...

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Pacific Poly Power Pro Review

From what I’ve heard, the Pacific Poly Power Pro 16L is right up there with some of the most durable strings out there. As someone who’s not a fan of constantly getting their rackets restrung, this means this poly from German string company Pacific should be right up...

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Babolat Pro Tour Overgrip Review

I figured it was time to match my Babolat racket up with a Babolat grip and give the Babolat Pro Tour Overgrip a runout. I’ve used these grips a bit in the past and generally found they were a bit like the Wilson Pro Overgrip without being quite as good as the Wilson...

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Volkl V-Feel V1 Pro Racket Review

Today I returned to the racket company of my youth as I tried out the Volkl V-Feel V1 Pro. I must say, I’m a big fan of some of Volkls more “old school” rackets, but I find their modern ones to be quite hit or miss. The V1 Pro looks like it’s a racket that might suit...

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How To Approach Pressure Points in Tennis

Pressure. It can proceed some of our greatest moments and it can also leave us ruined. Sometimes it makes us feel like the world is about to collapse on us, sometimes it makes us feel as if we can fly. Some of us deal with it better than others. But I can assure you,...

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Luxilon Elite Dry Overgrip Review

It’s been a while since I did a grip test, I mean, I play with the Wilson Pro Overgrip, so really there’s not much need to be testing out new grips! Anyway, I put the Luxilon Elite Dry Overgrip on for a week or so just to see what other options were out there. I...

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Wilson Clash 100 Tour Racket Review

Wilson Clash 100 Tour Specs   Head Size:    100 in² / 645 cm² Length:    27in / 68,5cm Strung Weight:    326g / 11,5oz Unstrung Weight:    310g/10,9oz Balance:    31,5cm / 9 pts HL Swingweight:    322 String Pattern:    16 Mains / 19 Crosses     Our Review   We often...

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Dunlop Revolution NT Tour 97 18 x 20 Racket Review

Dunlop Revolution NT Tour 97 18 x 20 Specs   Head Size: 97 sq. in. / 625 sq. cm. Length: 27in / 68.5cm Strung Weight: 329g / 11.6oz Unstrung Weight: 314g / 11 oz Balance: 32.64cm / 5 pts HL String Pattern: 18 Mains / 20 Crosses   Our Review   I’ve been very impressed...

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Head Graphene 360 Radical S Racket Review

Head Graphene 360 Radical S Specs   Head Size:    102 in² / 658 cm² Length:    27in / 68,5cm Strung Weight:    295g / 10,4oz Unstrung Weight:    280g/9,9oz Balance:    32,64cm / 5 pts HL Swingweight:    307 String Pattern:    16 Mains / 19 Crosses   Our Review   Head...

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Wilson Blade 98L Racket Review

Wilson Blade 98L Specs   Head Size: 98in²/632cm² Length: 27in / 68,5cm Weight: 10.7oz / 303g Unstrung Weight:10.1oz / 286g Balance: 34,03cm / 1 pts HL Swingweight:  314 String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses   Our Review   The Wilson Blade 98L brings a lightweight...

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Best Tennis Rackets Under 300g

We’ve been trying out a lot of the sub 300g rackets lately, so we thought, why not put our findings into a convenient list? Sub 300g rackets represent a great option for beginners, intermediates, juniors, and even advanced players who need a little extra...

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Dunlop Srixon CX 200 LS Racket Review

Dunlop Srixon CX 200 LS Specs   Head Size:    98 in² / 632 cm² Length:    27in / 68,5cm Strung Weight:    306g / 10,8oz Unstrung Weight:    290g/10,2oz Balance:    33,48cm / 3 pts HL Swingweight:    316 String Pattern:    16 Mains / 19 Crosses   Our Review   The...

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Volkl V1 Classic Racket Review

Volkl V1 Classic Specs   Head Size: 102 sq. in. / 658.06 sq. cm. Length: 27in / 68.58cm Strung Weight:10.8oz / 306g Unstrung Weight: 10.1oz / 284g Balance: 13.38in / 33.99cm / 1 pts HL Swingweight: 318 String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses   Our Review   For once, the...

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