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]

Wilson Ultra XP 100LS

Can you guess what the “L” means?  Correct!   A left-handed racquet! Actually, not!  This racquet can be used by any player wanting a slightly lighter (“L”) racquet than the Ultra XP 100S but with the open 16×15 pattern. Typical of the Ultra XP series this racquet is great to look at!  The pick-up feel [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]

Wilson Blade 98S

This is Wilson’s update to the Blade 98S. As with the previous version, this one has the same open 18×16 string pattern to enhance spin but with 18 main strings, you’ll also get some good control with this frame. As a new addition to this model, Wilson has added a braided, Graphite/Basalt construction which allows the [see more]

Wilson Blade 104

The new updated version to the Blade 104 is a perfect combination of control, power and great maneuverability, even with it’s extended length. The layup consists of Wilson’s patented graphite/basalt technology that gives this frame a nice and flexible response and good dwell time to enhance control. The extended length (27.5″) has a relatively low swing weight, ours [see more]

Head Graphene Radical S

Head’s Radical line of racquets has been around for quite some time and their new Radical S model offers a racquet that can bridge the gap for many players. This 102 sq in frame is one that could easily be considered a terrific transition frame for any young junior ready to move up to a [see more]

Wilson Pro Staff RF97

The benchmark for the new Pro Staff’s surely must be the Federer frame. It has the traditional graphite/Kevlar layup, a headlight balance (8.16 pts headlight) and Wilson’s PWS (Perimeter Weighting System) This frame has enough mass to power through the ball at 12.49 oz/354g and with the headlight balance it’s quite maneuverable at the net. [see more]

Wilson Pro Staff 97LS

The Pro Staff 97 comes in 5 models and this is the LS (light spin) version in an 18×16 stringing pattern. It weighs 10.69 oz/303g compared to the standard version at 11.50 oz/326g and the Federer model at 12.49 oz/354g so as you can see, the lighter version is quite different plus, there’s even a [see more]

Wilson Pro Staff 97

This is the lighter version of Roger Federer’s racquet for those who can’t quite handle the weight of the Federer model. It weighs 11.50 oz/326g compared to the Federer model at 12.49 oz/354g and has a head light balance of 5.64. Still, there’s enough weight in this Pro Staff to inflict some real damage from [see more]