Dunlop-Srixon Revo CX 2.0 Tour Tennis Racquet
At 315g, it follows the modern preference for slightly reduced weight, but unlike many of the other tour style rackets it does not have a big swing weight. The Srixon Revo has a swing weight of 315g, compared with the Head Prestige which, although also 315g in weight, has a much heavier swing weight of 326.
This is unusual for a tour style racket, which normally gives you some extra weight, whether it’s through the actual weight of the racket, or the swing weight. Dunlop have instead opted for acceleration. The 9pts HL balance meaning that the weight of the racket is concentrated heavily in the grip. This encourages very fast and easy swings at the ball, but you may find yourself craving the extra weight in the head when you’re looking to hit through the ball.
The Dunlop Srixon Revo CX 2.0 is geared towards fast swings and big control, the 95 sq. in head means good timing is essential, and if you miss the sweet spot, you’re going to be in deep water very quickly with this racket.
The main highlight of this racket is that when you get it right it sure does feel good. The sweet spot, while small, feels brilliant and the simple nature of the racket means that you feel extremely connected with the ball. We all loved the feel and control that the Dunlop Srixon Revo CX 2.0 gave us, and it was certainly a fun racket to play with.
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