Spin’s a formidable weapon in itself, but combined with raw power, it’s devastating. Featuring Dunlop’s new Spin Boost grommets, the Dunlop SX 300 300g allows you to play with both power and spin, giving you more options and limiting your opponent’s as you constrict them into submission.
A new introduction for the SX range, Spin Boost’s oblong-shaped grommets allow more string movement in specific directions on the 10 main strings at the top of the hoop (look closely and you’ll see the arrows on the frame to demonstrate), creating increased “bite” on the ball and thus producing more rotation. It’s not just spin, either – by restricting the movement of the strings to certain directions, the technology helps you maintain control of your shots for greater accuracy.
Sitting at the heavier end of the spectrum, the 300 gram version of the SX 300 is ideal for intermediate and advanced players with a fair amount of arm strength. It retains the same stiffness rating as the heavier Tour racket at 64 RA, making this a great option if you prefer the feel of a more flexible racket but want to stick to a slightly lighter weight.
Please note this racket will come strung unless the image displays otherwise.
• Headsize: 645 sq cm / 100 sq in
• Weight (Unstrung): 300g / 10.6oz
• Balance (Unstrung): 320mm
• Beam: 23-26-23mm
• Length: 686mm / 27in
• String Pattern: 16/19
• Flexibility: 64 RA
• Sonic Core – reduces frame vibrations by up to 37%
• PowerGrid StringTech – increases sweetspot size by 30%
• V-Energy Shaft II – v-shaped cross section optimises rigidity for more power
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Measuring Your Grip Size
Choosing the right grip size is a vital part of playing tennis. The right grip size will make your racket feel natural and comfortable.
Use a ruler and measure (in inches) from the crease fold in your hand, to the top of your ring finger. Please see table below:
Note: It is always better to go for a smaller grip size, as you can easily increase your grip size with over grips.