Horizontal: 0, -3, -2, 2, 3 in. from center. Sweet zones are areas on the stringbed where the power potential exceeds a designated amount. Sweet zones are always longer than they are wide, because off-center hits twist the racquet, losing power in the process. Sweet zones are also comfort zones.
POWER ZONE 110 REACH. MPN: Does Not Apply. Grip Size: 4 1/4”. Racquet is in very good used condition, with some scratches and paint chips from play, please look. at the pictures to see actual condition. No racquet cover. I have researched this item to the best of my ability for the information in the description.
Dunlop FX 700. Bottom line: With a big 107-square-inch headsize and longer length, the FX 700 helps players new to the game load their shots with power. This racquet is on the lighter side, weighing less than 10 ounces strung, making it easy to swing.
The powerful tennis racket is good enough for technical games such as serve and volley, counter punchers, and flat hitters. A powerful tennis racket takes less energy. A powerful racket provides perfect swing. From a power-level tennis racket, the player discovers perfect spin, control and also uses it as an aggressive tennis racket.
A racquet's power potential value tells you how well the racquet does its job. Power potential tells you how effectively all the racquet's other properties — weight, balance, swingweight, flex, headsize, string pattern, construction, materials, design, and strings — combine to hit the ball with the greatest velocity, comfort, and control. Power potential is a measurement of a racquet's success at fulfilling its life's purpose.
Lightweight Power Rackets. Characteristics are: Oversize head, Ultra light weight, thick beam, head heavy balance, stiff frame to offset the light weight. Classic rackets in this range are the Head PWR range of rackets or the Head TiS6. Head Size range: 102 sq.in to 110 sq. in. Weight Range: 225g to 280g. Beam Width Range: 25mm to 28mm.