Archives for February 2013

Dunlop S 3.0 Lite

The new S 3.0 Lite is the last in the S series for the new Dunlop line. As with it’s other two counterparts in the S series, the #.0 Lite also has a 98 square inch head but as the name implies, this one weighs a mere 10.12 ounces strung. The stated unstrung weight for [see more]

New String Update

Typically when we think of string we think Japan, China, Taiwan, Germany, Belgium, Austria, United States, and Great Britain. But Portugal!  I love Portugal!  I have only seen pictures of course but I love Portugal… but tennis racquet string?  Yes!  Victory Racquet Sports has provided me with seven (7) sets of the string they are [see more]

Dunlop M 3.0

The 3.0 range in the Dunlop line is designed for players of all swing styles who are looking for greater power and control. Hey, aren’t we all looking for that? Dunlop has fully re-engineered the frame shape of the 3.0 range to a 15% more rounder more elliptical head shape than the previous 300 model [see more]

Dunlop F 3.0 Tour

The new 3.0 series from Dunlop features 3 new frames, the F, the M, and the S models. The F 3.0 is definitely a hitters frame and our feeling is that this one is well suited for the more advanced player at an NTRP rating of 4.5 or higher. Better players will be able to [see more]

Mark Gonzalez Honored by Texas USPTA

Alliance consultant and seminar presenter at the annual IART symposium Mark Gonzalez, was recently presented the 2012 USPTA Texas Dean Larson Rep of the Year award. Congratulations Mark! Well deserved. Tim 0

Dunlop String Added

I added two (2) Dunlop strings to the “String Characteristic Data” so take a look. Dunlop Silk 16 gauge and Dunlop Black Widow 16 gauge.  The Silk has typical numbers but the Black Widow 16 shows considerably higher elongation than typical. 0

A Note about Bolt Reviews

If you are reading, or have read, the Bolt reviews you noticed that the racquets came to me already strung.  I commented that I did not remove the ZipStrips to determine if they were “filled” with any material. I did remove one set of ZipStrips from the Bolt 100 but not from the other models. [see more]

Bolt 98 Review

Everyone knows I am a big fan of heavy racquets so this should be a favorite of mine.  We will find out later! Every once in a while someone will have a great idea, and, put a lot of effort into getting that idea to market.  So many times the battle is so “uphill” as [see more]