Technologies Blog

Racquet Technology: Prince TeXtreme

  What Prince says: In an ever changing world of tennis, it is time for more stability. TeXtreme is an advanced, super thin carbon fiber fabric that maximizes the strength-to-weight ratio. By weaving the cabon fiber in a 45 degree box weave patter...

Tennis Balls: Regular Duty vs Extra Duty

Most tennis balls come in two versions - regular duty and extra duty. Like shoes, the type of court you play you determines the type of balls you should use.  Hard Court If you play on a hard court surface, you need Extra Duty tennis balls. Due to...

Racquet Technology: Wilson Parallel Drilling

  What Wilson says: By drilling the grommet holes parallel to each other there's increased string movement. This dramatically increases the sweet spot by up to 27%. Giving you more comfort, responsiveness and a forgiving feel on every shot. What ...

Racquet Technology: Wilson Braided Graphite + Basalt

  What Wilson says: In this revolutionary new layup, Wilson braids Basalt with carbon graphite fiber throughout the entire frame. Since Basalt is so elastic, it allows the racquet's hoop to flex in ways that improve feel, dwell time and control. ...

Racquet Technology: Head Graphene XT

What Head says: Building upon the addition of Graphene, the strongest yet lightest material in the world, Graphene XT features a 30% stronger material structure. It’s been engineered to optimize the racquet’s weight distribution to where players...