Donnay Pro One GT 16×19

The Pro One GT is the sister to the GT 18×20 with notable differences. First of all, the overall weight of the frame is much lighter at 10.19 oz compared to 11.11 on the 18×20 frame. This one is also stiffer at 59 compared to 50 for the 18×20 model. Swing weights of the two [see more]

Donnay Pro One GT 18×20

Think of the Donnay Pro One GT 18×20 as Donnay’s answer to the Babolat Pure Strike Tour only with a more maneuverable swing weight and a softer feel. Such close comparisons to note are as follows: Strung weight – Pro One GT=11.11 oz///strung weight Pure Strike Tour=12 oz Swing weight – Pro One GT=316///swing weight [see more]

Donnay Formula Lite

With the Donnay Formula Lite the first comparison to draw is that of a lighter Babolat Pure Drive with of course, one noticeable difference, the Tricore™ technology in the Donnay. One of the four Xenecore™ technologies found in the Donnay line, Tricore™ gives this frame the solid feel that all Xenecore™ frames possess, that “feel” [see more]

Donnay X-Dual Gold

The Donnay X-Dual Gold, like it’s closely related brother the X-Dual Silver, is one of just a handful in the line that offers some very unique features and options. The first thing that catches your eye is the streamlined thin profile of both frames at 15/18/17mm. Rarely if ever anymore, do we see frames with [see more]

Donnay X-Dual Silver

The Donnay X-Dual Silver racquet is one of just a handful in the line that offers some very unique features and options. The first thing that catches your eye is the streamlined thin profile at 15/18/17mm. Rarely if ever anymore, do we see frames with such narrow beam widths. This result is a flexible frame [see more]

Donnay SuperLite 114

The SuperLite 114 is certainly one of the lightest, if not THE lightest frame on the market today. A few years back we saw Prince introduce a super lite frame with a marketing catch phrase of “Lighter than a can of tennis balls” and those of us who have been around for a while know [see more]

Donnay X-Orange 99 Review

As Donnay re-enters the market we’re taken back to a different time. One that reminds us just how nice a very thin beam can feel in your hand. Donnay’s XeneCore technology provides a nice euphoric feel that reminds us of days gone by. By the way, just exactly where did all those thin beam frames [see more]

Donnay X-Red 99 Review

Donnay has re-entered the US market in a big way, or should I say, “thin” way?  The over-riding design of the new series is the thin beam.  Many players have longed for a thinner racquet to harness power among other things.  This Donnay X-Red will not disappoint these players. The beam at the tip is [see more]