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Tennis Racquet Review: Dunlop Biomimetic F3.0 Tour

May 28th, 2013 by Marc Pinckney

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Let me start by saying that the Dunlop Biomimetic F3.0 Tour is a very good racquet choice for players above the 4.0\4.5 level who have games with multiple components. My one caveat would be that a player should already own a game that they are relatively happy with, not be in the process of trying to develop a serve or to change from a one-handed to two-handed backhand. Read more about this tennis racquet’s strengths and weaknesses.

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Tennis Racquet Review: Dunlop Biomimetic M5.0

May 20th, 2013 by Marc Pinckney

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A big problem is the consumer is overwhelmed with choices and it takes a player a lot of time and effort to find a good tennis racquet. The Dunlop Biomimetic M5.0 series of tennis racquets exemplifies everything that is wrong with the tennis racquet market today.

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Announcing Racquet Pro – The Exclusive Tool From Do It Tennis

May 8th, 2013 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews, Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle

Do It Tennis in Oceanside, California, one of Southern California’s premier tennis retailers, has implemented an online tool to their web site called Racquet Pro. Racquet Pro is a tool which allows customers to input their personal tennis racquet preferences such as racquet price range, player level, swing type etc. to help them compare tennis racquet brands before making a purchase.

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Tennis Racquet Review: Head YouTek Graphene Speed MP

May 6th, 2013 by Marc Pinckney

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The frame has a nice custom appearance; interesting use of black, white and brown to highlight different titles, high points and logos. But as with many racquets manufactured today, there are some serious performance issues for more advanced players. Read on to see our official review of the Head YouTek Graphene Speed MP tennis racquet.

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Tennis String Review: Volkl Cyclone Tour String (red)

May 1st, 2013 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis String Review

According to Volkl, this is a co-poly string which is designed to provide high levels of both spin and power. I think that is a very accurate description. There is a very soft ball pocket with this string and it was easy to both spin the ball and pound it with good levels of control and comfort.

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Tennis Racquet Review: Wilson Three BLX

April 3rd, 2013 by Greg C

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The WILSON BLX THREE is new for 2013, and is an update to their long-time ‘hammer’ series of tennis racquets.  It also incorporates Wilson’s “Triad” design to maximize power, control, and comfort.  Hammer racquets have always been popular with a broad spectrum of player styles and skills. Continue reading to learn about the technology and specifications behind this tennis racquet, as well as a review from a tennis pro on various aspects of its performance.

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Tennis Racquet Review: Babolat Aeropro Team

March 18th, 2013 by Marc Pinckney

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Babolat recommends this racquet for 3.5 players and I think that is the correct starting point. I think this is the perfect racquet for good junior players moving to their first adult frame. But I would encourage more experienced players to take a look at this frame. If this frame had been available that summer, it is for sure where I would have gone.

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Tennis Racquet Review: Wilson Blade 98 (16x19)

March 13th, 2013 by Marc Pinckney

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No doubt this review will be read and\or interpreted as my taking shots at Wilson, but everything I write here can be applied to every one of the ‘top’ racquet manufacturers.
This racquet is A) Not at all a useful tool\weapon for serious players in my mind; and B) Indicative of the wild design and manufacturing quality swings that are almost routine these days even for the major companies.

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Tennis Racquet Review-Wilson Four BLX

March 11th, 2013 by Marc Pinckney

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I had the most doubts about this frame when I first took them out of the box that they were sent to me in. The frame felt and looked thickish or truthfully very thick, and it seemed on first glance to be another one of those oversized snowshoe racquets that the companies pump out for the well heeled senior club market.

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Tennis Racquet Review: Wilson Two BLX

March 6th, 2013 by Greg C

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The Wilson BLX Two is the latest update to their long-time ‘hammer’ series of tennis racquets.  Generally regarded as a game-improvement design, the hammer racquets have traditionally been used by a wide-variety of players and skill levels.

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