Review of the Week: The Wilson Clash 100 Tour

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Wilson has been teasing a revolution in the racquet market for awhile now and it has finally arrived. The all new Wilson Clash 100 Tour is designed by Wilson to counter today’s stiffly built frames with one that is uniquely flexible without losing any power, spin or control. Check out this review to get more insight on how the new Clash 100 Tour played on court.

Fuel Your Fight: 2019 Pure Aero Racquet Review

Fuel Your Fight: 2019 Pure Aero Racquet Review

Babolat continues to incrementally update one of the most popular racquet lines in the world, the Pure Aero. Building off of the previous update, the 2019 version retains all of the hallmarks and incorporates some new technology advancements that continues to make this racquet popular in the tennis market.

To Infinergy and Beyond: Review of the Dunlop CX 200 Tour 18×20

Kevin Anderson Dunlop Srixion CX 200 Tour 18x20 Tennis Racquet Promo

Since partnering with Srixon a couple years ago, Dunlop has been steadily producing high quality frames across multiple player categories. Kevin Anderson has become the face of the franchise and the time has come for Dunlop to update his racquet of choice: the Dunlop Srixon CX 200 Tour 18×20.

Babolat Reveals New Pure Aeros for 2019

2019 Babolat Pure Aero Tennis Racquet

Babolat is refreshing one of the most popular racquet families within the tennis industry this fall. The Pure Aero, formerly the Aero Pro, has become just as huge as its mega-star endorser Rafael Nadal. The frame is widely used on both the WTA and ATP tours, but it has also become a favorite of consumers at multiple competitive levels. Once again Babolat has a few versions to suite different game styles and abilities which will be available in October.

HEAD’s Radical Turns 25 Years Old: Limited Editions Galore…and SuperFab

Head Radical 25 Year Anniversary with Andre Agassi

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the HEAD Radical tennis racquet, HEAD has a few releases for the die hard tennis fan and collectors. Andre Agassi carried the banner for the Radical series from 1993 to his retirement in 2006, and no iteration of the racquet is more iconic than the “Bumble Bee” from 1993. Don’t forget about the Sprint SF!!!!!!