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Comments: Listen to the recommended strings by Tennis Warehouse. The Isospeed Pyramid (a soft poly)
ended up flaring up my tennis elbow. I changed the strings to Wilson synthetic gut and the pain has subsided. It also
increased feel so do yourself a favor and listen to the reccomends string types prior to ordering this racquet.
Comments: This is an all around great racquet. Very fast and whippy, perfect for generating tons of topsin and
for quick volleys. Although its static weight is pretty low, it has tons of comfort and absorbs pace well. The 105 square inch
headsize makes it very easy to play with. All in all if you want a comfortable whippy racquet thats easy to use from all areas
of the court and wont tire/injure your arm, look no further. Mine is strung up with Isospeed Pyramid at 55 lbs, I play 4.0
singles/doubles and coach as well.
From: Isaac, 5/16
Comments: I need a comfortable racquet due to wrist and arm problems. So far I have not felt issues in my
wrist playing with this one, still some elbow pain. Cannot comment fully on the performance as I am not happy with my
strings and may reflect on the racquet. It does have good power, the control is not what my Volkl 4 had it seems. I started
out playing very good with it but that has fallen off, possibly due to the strings. I have noticed more spin with this stick.
From: Ken, 11/15
Comments: This racquet truly is arm friendly. I had a terrible tennis elbow problem which kept me on the
sidelines for almost a year, an MRI confirmed a small tear in the tendon. I also have a Head (LM 5) and a Wilson Juice, and
while all three are nice racquets, the ProKennex is the one I play with the most. I'm astonished with the comfort of this
technology and it plays really well also. I'm a 60 year old male, at the 4.5 level, and play mainly doubles. Strung it with
Gamma Moto Soft 16 at 55 lbs.
From: Rich, 10/15
Comments: I bought this racquet because at age 58 I developed tennis elbow again and was tired of taking
the time. My tennis elbow went away within 2 weeks and after playing with the Ionic Ki 15 260 for about 3 months, my
dramatically improved with this racquet. I have more power on all my shots with control and my serve has more spin or
which ever I need at the time. If you are older and playing with a heavier control racquet as I was, give this one a try if you
wanting a little extra on your shots. It took me 3 months to fully learn what it could do for my game but now I love what
racquet has done for my game.
From: Vern, 2/14
Comments: I highly recommend this racquet. It has good pop on serves and volleys, it's highly maneuverable
and has good feel. I've played with Prince racquets for years, but could find nothing in their line that matched up with this
I play a lot of doubles and am a 4.0-4.5 player. As the other reviewers commented, it also is easy on the arm.
From: Chris, 10/13
Comments: I am an improving 4.0 player. I have hit with many racquets that aggravate my shoulder. Last
I purchased the Ki 15 and it has actually eliminated my shoulder pain. It took a week or so of playing for the shoulder pain
subsise (it didn't happen immediately). Since using the ProKennex racquet, I have been able to sleep on my side without
can feel my shoulder problems return with some of my old racquets after several days of hitting. The Ki 5x is the other
racquet that I really like, but I thought the swingweight was too high for me at the time. I play with polyester in my Ki 15
62 lbs so, no shoulder pain is a true blessing. The only other racquets I thought were close to the ProKennex in terms of
and grip were the Head White and Black Speed series and also possibly the Wilson BLX Six-One 16x18 2012 (I am not sure
Wilson causes long-term pain, though). For readers who are curious, I can hit both a 1 and 2handed backhand and I hit a
western forehand. I hit topspin and slice off both sides, and sometimes hit flat. I use body coil with a very loose grip and
swing. I hope to move up to a heavier racquet now, possibly the Ki 5x or something else as long as it doesn't bother my
From: Jeremiah, 2/13
Comments: I love this racquet. It's light, but absorbs hard shots well with power and comfort. No tennis elbow
issues. It's effective on groundies and at the net. Solid on serves with easy control. This one is well worth a test drive.
From: Earl, 2/13