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Dominic Thiem complete an unprecedented comeback at the US Open, rallying from two sets down and 3-5 in the fifth set to defeat Alexander Zverev 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 6), for his inaugural Grand Slam title.
The latest Pure Strike has improved the feeling of off-center hits, removing the somewhat tinny sensation. The improved feedback should allow players to have more confidence to swing out on their strokes and dictate points from inside the baseline. We recommend the Pure Strike 16x19 for players with a longer faster stroke who are able to generate their own power and spin, and after added control and feel.
Denis Shapovalov became just the second Canadian to break the top 10 in the world men's tennis rankings. It might be Nike's throwback Challenge Court Series, or perhaps it's the Yonex VCORE racket, but Shapovalov has been on fire the past two weeks. The Canadian made a steady run at the Italian Open, his first quarterfinal appearance at a Grand Slam at the US Open, and a second round marathon 5th set heartbreak at the French Open.
Yonex continues to fine tune their VCORE line by offering more power and spin compared to its predecessor. Although, Shapo’s racket of choice is the VCORE 95 the larger frames VCORE 98 & 100 are a perfect racket for anyone seeking a modern players racket.
Babolat adds another chapter to the game's most iconic modern player's racquet. What makes it popular is it's accessibility to a wide range of players, from intermediate to advanced as well as some strong beginners. The 2021 version is engineered with a "High Torsional Rigidity" which is an update to it's graphite construction which results in increased energy transfer on ball strike.
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