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The Five Best Tennis Racquets: #4

November 12th, 2011 by Hans Paino

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the Head YouTek IG Speed Midplus 18x20…aka: Novak Djokovic's racquet. I think when you have a player that only loses a few matches over the course of 12 months. The racquet…

 

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The Five Best Tennis Racquets: #5

November 11th, 2011 by Hans Paino

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Völkl Powerbridge 10 Mid. Yep, it's a player racquet at only 93 square inches but for many true tennis players, this racquet has it all. It has a great balance, great feel and the Völkl technology puts it in my top 5. I also think that the sensor handle system…

 

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Dunlop Biomimetic racquets let nature do all the work

November 9th, 2011 by B. Callin

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Dunlop tennis racquets

Dunlop Biomimetic tennis racquets are modeled after the successful advances scientists see in nature. Biomimetics combines technology and natural evolution to create products, designs and plans that are far more advanced and efficient than mankind ...

 

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Head Liquidmetal Tennis Racquets Make Bold Statement

November 8th, 2011 by Celia Taghdiri

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When I first heard someone on the tennis court say “liquidmetal,” I thought it was some type of medicine. As I reared my head over to the group’s conversation, I discovered it is some type of technology incorporated into Head tennis racquets. As one of the industry’s leaders…

 

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Tennis racquet review: Dunlop Biomimetic 500

November 7th, 2011 by Matt Mitchell

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The cosmetics of the 500 contrast a black matte finish against yellow trim that highlights two new technologies that Dunlop is very excited about:  Aeroskin and HM6 Carbon.  The Aeroskin is a slightly bumped surface on new Dunlops that reduces drag which…

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The Various Types of Prince Tennis Racquets

November 4th, 2011 by Celia Taghdiri

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Prince Tennis Racquets

Today’s athletic gear market offers a wide array of Prince tennis racquets. Although it is always a plus to have different options for selection, it can also cause some confusion. Granted, the die-hard tennis players are up-to-date with the different types of racquets and the various types of technology applicable…

 

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Tennis racquet review: Dunlop Biomimetic 400 & 400 Tour

October 23rd, 2011 by Greg C

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I was visiting “Do It Tennis” the other day when they received their shipment of Dunlop Tennis Racquets. I could sense the staff’s excitement—and for good reason—Dunlop’s brand-new Biomimetic 400 Series tennis racquets were inside the box! Having recently read info on these products, I jumped on the chance to play-test…

 

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Babolat Pure Drive Serves it Right

October 2nd, 2011 by Celia Taghdiri

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews

After testing the Babolat Pure Drive tennis racquet, I must say this racquet is worth every cent. My friend works at a tennis retail shop and she got permission from the owner for me to borrow the racquet for a quick demo at the nearby tennis court. For some time, I had been trying…

 

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Racquet Review: Wilson BLX Tour Limited

October 1st, 2011 by Mark Pinckney

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When my friend whom I review racquets for handed me this racquet I started to tell him that I had already reviewed it. As much as I like being compensated in the free enterprise system it seems a little sketchy to be paid twice for doing the same work once. Then I realized that the racquet was…

 

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Racquet Review: Head YOUTEK IG Instinct

September 29th, 2011 by Mark Pinckney

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This racquet is a cautionary tale about heroes (and heroines) and how players should not buy equipment, or even consider equipment because of who plays with it. I have always really liked Tomas Berdych. Two years ago I sat about five rows back on an outside court the first weekend of the US Open and watched him and Fernando Gonzales hit every ball as hard as they could for over two hours. It was a truly fun match…

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