Donnay returns to the US market with TW's exclusive reintroduction of the Donnay Pro One Oversize and Pro One International racquets.
Pro One Oversize
The Pro One Oversize offers a control oriented, player's spec in an oversize headsize. Whereas many modern oversize racquets have lost the player's racquet feel and response due to reductions in weight, the Pro One offers the benefits of a true player's racquet in an oversize form. From the baseline this racquet is as solid as a rock. The racquet offers a very consistent response from the stringbed with no hot spots or large drops in power outside of the playing sweetspot. Spin is easy to generate and the string spacing of this exclusive version of the Pro One is slightly more open than the original. The result is more bite on the ball and more kick and action on spin shots. This version of the Pro One also features a head guard for increased racquet durability. At net the racquet offers plenty of pop without any loss in control. Stability is excellent and the racquet is impressively mobile thanks to its head light balance. All in all a very impressive racquet that is a great choice for baseline players, but surprisingly adept at net as well. Best suited to 4.0+ level players looking for a forgiving, control oriented player's racquet.
Note: This racquet does not come with a head cover
107 sq. in. / 690 sq. cm.
|Length: 27 inches / 69 cm|
|Strung Weight: 12.1oz / 343g|
|Balance: 6pts Head Light|
|Beam Width: 19 mm Straight Beam|
|Composition: 100% Graphite|
|Power Level: Low|
|Swing Speed: Fast|
|Grip Type: Donnay Synthetic|
16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T,8H
No shared holes
|String Tension: 55-65 pounds|
Head MicroGEL Radical Oversize
A very comfortable oversize player's racquet. Offers a generous sweetspot and plenty of pop, yet is also big on feel and control. Headsize: 107sq. inches. Standard length.
Prince Original Graphite Oversize
One of the best all-time traditional racquets. Players such as Andre Agassi and Michael Chang grew up using this racquet. Even though it's over 20 years old, it's a tough racquet to beat for feel and control. 107 square inch head size. Standard length.