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Wilson Blade BLX Tennis Racquet Review

July 26th, 2011 by Greg C

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Wilson's new “Blade 98 BLX” is an update on their previous “Blade” line. Other than just a cosmetic re-do Wilson has incorporated their “BLX” technology into this player's racquet. BLX is their term for basalt (natural volcanic rock) fibers woven into the frame. BLX is intended

 

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Prince EXO3 Tour Team Tennis Racquet Review

June 20th, 2011 by Greg C

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I was pleased to have the opportunity to play-test the brand-new Prince EXO3 Tour Team Mid-Plus racquet recently. It was really cool that I was testing a racquet BEFORE it was even in the stores (kinda makes one feel privileged). Prince…

 

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Babolat Pure Drive GT Tennis Racquet Review

June 20th, 2011 by Graham Theriault

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FIRST IMPRESSIONS
-          - At first glance the ultra-recognizable Pure Drive has an attractive blue/white paint scheme, a thick, stiff beam and a 100 sq inch head size.  It feels relatively light and well balanced.  With this particular racquet’s reputation…

 

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Prince EXO3 Tour 100 Lite Tennis Racquet Review

June 16th, 2011 by Marc Pinckney

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I really don’t understand the racquet companies sometimes. So basically they make a ‘lite’ version of a racquet, and instead of just making the same frame and making it lighter, they change the name of strings located in…

 

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PRINCE EXO3 Hybrid Red 102 Tennis Racquet Review

June 15th, 2011 by Greg C

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The folks at “DO IT Tennis” recently allowed me to play with the new Prince EXO3 Hybrid Red 102 inch racquet.  I observed that this very light racquet (9.0 oz unstrung) was a little head-heavy (spec's said 4 pts.).  I liked that feature on this racquet—-it helps…

 

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Babolat Pure Drive Roddick GT Tennis Racquet Review

June 15th, 2011 by Marc Pinckney

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The Pure Drive Roddick GT is a major component of the Babolat tennis racquet line, and one of the most popular frames with players of all levels. The racquet comes in a 27 inch standard version, and a 27.5(plus) frame utilized by Andy Roddick. The standard ...

 

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Babolat AeroPro Drive GT Tennis Racquet Review

June 10th, 2011 by Marc Pinckney

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The Babolat Aero Pro Drive GT is another huge seller in the Babolat line, and the racquet used by Rafael Nadal(winner of the 2010 US Open-along with Wimbledon and the French Open this year). The racquet weighs 11.3 ounces strung, and has a 100 square inch head. It comes in the standard 27 inch length and…

 

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Babolat Pure Storm Tour GT Tennis Racquet Review

June 10th, 2011 by Brilliant2

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Babolat Pure Storm Tour GT

A tennis player surely knows the importance of having the right racquet. This equipment takes all the force exerted by both the player when it swings it to meet the ball. Having the right one with you in an important game will make or break your…

 

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Prince EXO3 Tour 100 - 18 x 20 Tennis Racquet Review

June 7th, 2011 by Marc Pinckney

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I really liked this racquet. I don’t know what the deal is with Prince these days, because for years their frames felt way too flexible-too wide-too lacking in feel. I hit with this racquet for a couple of days teaching, and practiced with it for a couple of hours also. There is a lot to like about this frame.

The frame is the standard 27 inches long and weighs 11.6(the 10.9 ounce weight listed on the inside of the frame is useless information-since an unstrung racquet is useless) ounces strung. It has a 100 square inch head and an 18(mains) x 20(crosses) string pattern.

The first thing I noticed hitting with this racquet was that it felt solid and hefty in my hand. There was little vibration on contact, and it was easy to generate both pace and spin. The racquet is thin as traditional player’s frames are (something Prince seemed to have forgotten in recent years) and just seems to cut through the air without much resistance. It was very comfortable rallying with…

 

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Babolat Pure Storm LTD GT Tennis Racquet Review

June 7th, 2011 by Brilliant2

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Your tennis racquet must be able to handle the pressure just like the way you do to stay on top of your game. To stay on top, you need strong and durable equipment that will give you the results that you want. Babolat Pure Storm LTD GT tennis racquet gives you just that. A versatile yet durable racquet, this equipment is perfect for pros like you.

The Babolat tennis rackets are the pro’s choice. This offers exceptional handling of the ball, which is very critical in making that winning shot. The technology used in making this tennis racquet is truly advanced and state of the art using…

 

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