One of the best rackets on this list in my opinion is the Wilson One BLX its a perfect racket for baseline and doubles players who want maximum power and a larger hitting area, featuring Amplifeel technology that uses Basalt fibres embedded in the foam of the handle that helps to fine tune the racket for an enhanced and clean feel.
It also features BLX Basalt fibres inserts to the frame and grommets that help to filter out any unwanted extreme frequencies to help the player to achieve the perfect feel and feedback from the ball on every shot.
It doesnt come cheap though at around $500 you can get it at Sportsdirect.com with a voucher code for 30% off. The next one is the Head Graphine Radical Pro Tennis Racket
At around $300 you can get this at tennisnut.com, it has a higher weight for more power which makes it the most aggressive Radical in the line. It optionally can be equipped with a longer pro-player cap for increased power and unique feel.
The Slazenger Pro 250 Tennis Racket utilises a Dynamic Grommet System which helps cushion the ball upon impact and increases string movement resulting in great power, speed and spin. This Slazenger tennis racket has a ultra lightweight graphite frame construction which produces cleaner hits with improved racket head speed, allowing you to hit shots with improved speed and accuracy.
It can be picked up at newitts for only $60. Another great option for the pro is the Pacific X Force Pro Tennis Racket it 320-gram racquet designed for the professional level, delivering maxmum power and precise control. BasaltX is used in strategic, important areas for more dampening and a perfect feel. Zero Tolerance by Pacific guarantees the highest precision and quality during the manufacturing and production by using the Patented and unique Fischer Vacuum Process. The patented SpeedZone System also increases manueuverability and delivers improved ball speed.
Finally the Head YouTek IG Prestige Pro Tennis Racket is around $250 With an open string pattern the Pro represents the most aggressive version within the Prestige range.
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