New Signum Pro String Additions

We have updated over twenty (20) new Signum Pro strings on the String Characteristic page.

Genesis String Updated

New reviews on Genesis strings

Mayami Tennis Strings Added

Thanks to the people at Mayami Strings for sending sets of their five (5) tennis strings for our review: Mayami Big Spin:  Triangle shaped string with a very long twist. Mayami Hepta Power:  Seven sided shaped string. Mayami Hit Pro:  Round. Mayami Magic Twist:  Seven sided twisted string. Mayami Tour Hex:  Six sided shaped string. [see more]

Dahcor Strings Added

Four (4) Dahcor strings have been added to the String Characteristic Data. In case you don’t recognize the Dahcor brand it is a brand that is what I term a “Direct Sales” brand meaning you go to their website to select and order the racquet of your choice, and, it seems to be a pretty [see more]

Head Graphene 360 Radical Pro

Head Graphene 360 Radical Series Don’t let the word “Pro” scare you away from trying this racquet! You can see all the specs below but this 98 square inch head and thin beam (20/23/21) add up to a definitive “players” racquet just slightly heavier than the MP but having the same swing weight. The Graphene [see more]

Wilson Ultra 100 CV Variable(s)

Tim recently posted a good review of the Wilson Ultra 100 CV and I thought it would be fun, and just maybe informative, to see what an alternative string, tension, and machine would have on the data. This presentation is to visualize what a difference can be made by racquet technicians through understanding what affects the performance of [see more]

Now You Think of it!

So, it has been a while since you had your racquet strung and you are standing on the court about to receive and you ask yourself; “I wonder when I should get my racquet strung”. Now is probably not the best time to think of it but if you do simply take a look at [see more]

Wilson Clash Tour

If you read the Wilson Clash 100 review there is not much to say about the Wilson Clash Tour in terms of graphics because it is exactly the same! So we can go directly to the differences between the two models. The Tour does have the “word” tour on the racquet but little else in [see more]