Dunlop Tennis Rackets

TennisPlanet offers the latest collections from Dunlop. Dunlop has been known for years as a supplier of tennis balls, and now the brand is currently expanding into the field of tennis rackets. Many players choose Dunlop rackets as they provide more control, power and feel. The most famous tennis frames from the Dunlop collection are the Biomimetic and the Force. Not sure which racket suits you best? Don't hesitate to look at our Advice Page.
 

Which Dunlop tennis racket is best for you?

Each player has different needs and so the racket needs to correspond to those needs. That is why, it is crucial to choose the right weight, balance point, material and string tension when choosing your Dunlop racket. The balance point of the tennis racket is perhaps the most crucial factor. The balance point of a tennis racket is the point where the tennis racket is in equilibrium. A tennis racket with an evenly distributed weight is the most common choice among tennis players. The top weight tennis rackets by Dunlop (where the balance point is more to the top of the racket) offers more power and is recommended for players with a long swing.

Frame Length

Your swing dictates how agile your tennis racket should be, to offer maximum support. That's why the length of the frame is very important. The length of a standard Dunlop frame is 68.5 cm or 69 cm long. A long body Dunlop racket has a slightly longer length, giving you more range.

Profile Height

The profile height means the thickness of the frame. In general, the thicker the frame, the lighter the tennis racket is. With a thicker frame, you get more power, and a lighter frame means significantly more control.

Weight

The weight of a Dunlop tennis racket determines the control you have during a tennis stroke. A heavier Dunlop tennis racket gives you more power over a lighter racket. A light Dunlop tennis racket however is easier to play with and is great for beginners!

Head Size

The head size is also important as the larger the head size, the easier you will hit the ball. A Dunlop tennis racket with a smaller head size provides more precision over the direction of your shots, so you can control the ball better.