Dunlop Tennis Racquets / Racket
Players looking for a maneuverable and control oriented racquet will love the Dunlop Biomimetic 300. Coming in at under 11 ounces, the racquet felt very stable and solid from all areas of the court. Helping the racquet cut through the air with greater ease isAero Skin.
Bringing a new look along with new technology, the Biomimetic 100 still offers the speed, maneuverability and spin potential of its predecessors. Offering new technologies inspired by nature, the 100 has HM6 Carbon in the frame.
Players looking to put some serious stick on the ball need look no further than the 400 Tour. Combining some useful 11.6 ounce weight with a super fast feeling 306 (RDC) swingweight, this racquet provides great access to power and spin - in other words, easy access to hitting a heavy ball.
Offering an ideal blend of power and control for the intermediate through advanced player, the Biomimetic 400 is an appealing choice for a variety of playing styles. With a more solid feel than the 500 range, this one still feels easy to maneuver.
The racquet of choice for ATP touring pro, Nicolas Almagro, theBiomimetic 500 Tour provides comfort and performance from all areas of the court. The 100 square inch head offers excellent pop and forgiveness, while the 16/18 open string pattern allows for good spin potential.
Competitors who are looking for some added zip to their shots should check out the Biomimetic 600. This addition to the Dunlop line-up brings a new headsize at 102 square inches, providing a generous sweetspot while maintaining easy maneuverability.
The racquet choice of Dominika Cibulkova, weighs in at 10.01 oz allowing players with compact strokes to find plenty of maneuverability. The AeroSkin technology, a dimpled pattern on the frame, reduces aerodynamic drag making it faster to swing through the air.