Mantis 285

Mantis was formed in early 2009 with their sights set on producing tennis racquets of performance and value.  Since that time the Mantis brand has been getting considerable press.  So, lets take a look at the Mantis 285. If you are familiar with my reviews you know they are based on “numbers” not player input.  [see more]

Mantis 300

Mantis was formed in early 2009 with their sights set on producing tennis racquets of performance and value.  Since that time the Mantis brand has been getting considerable press.  So, lets take a look at the Mantis 300 I have received to review. If you are familiar with my reviews you know they are based [see more]

Mantis Tour 305

Mantis was formed in early 2009 with their sights set on producing tennis racquets of performance and value.  Since that time the Mantis brand has been getting considerable press.  So, lets take a look at the racquets I have received to review. If you are familiar with my reviews you know they are based on [see more]

More Mantis!

I have received two (2) more Mantis racquets; the Pro 295 and the 285.  The 285, at first glance, appears to be an earlier model in that the butt cap is not the same as other models.  That should, of course, have no bearing on the racquet performance.  As with other Mantis models these are [see more]

Mantis Racquets

I have been working with two (2) Mantis racquets; the 300 and the 305 and will be posting reviews later.  In the meantime I have strung these racquets, (a lot) and taken data, for various stringing formats from a “natural one piece” to the modified “natural”, a standard two  piece and a “double back” format! [see more]