Control Support Cap
Feature soft grommets in the corners of the frame. These function to reduce the shock of off-centre hits which, in effect, widens the sweetspot further still.
Moulded deep into the layers of graphite where the frame connects with the shaft, the built-in T-joint creates a durable and high strength one piece frame that is torque free.
Modern day tennis rackets are made from a high modulus graphite, which is used to keep the frame lightweight and stiff for increased racket head stability and performance. These graphites and/or carbon fibres allow for more aerodynamic shapes to be made which increases the speed in which the racket can travel through the air. The use of these materials in racket manufacture, allow the tennis rackets to be strung at higher stringing tensions without weakening the frame. High string tensions are used by tennis players to gain more control and feel from their tennis rackets.
A highly flexible and highly resilient material that is designed to snap back on ball contact, creating a higher velocity shot.
Decreases air resistance and realizes a quicker swing.
|Frame Material: H.M. Graphite | Nanometric DR | Ni-Ti Fiber|
|Shaft Material: H.M. Graphite | Nanometric|
|Aero+Box frame | Isometric™ frame shape|
|Dual Optimum System|
|Solid feel core|
|Built-in T joint|
|Control support cap|
|Super slim long shaft|
|Weight & Grip Size: 3U (Ave.88g) G4.5 2U (Ave.93g) G4.5|
|Stringing Advice: 3U 16-26 lbs | 2U 20-27 lbs|
|Single-pass grommet hole construction|
|Product ID#: 24900714|