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Comments: Awesome racquet -- seriously. I used to play great with oversize racquets, but then I fell for the
seductive argument that I could play better with a more traditional "players" stick. Well, I'm 47 now and, while I can still
play well with a smaller, shorter, heavier racquet -- why should I? For me, those racquets are just harder -- not better. I'm
no pro. I play at the 4.5 level and I win easier with these than anything else I've tried so far. This one checks all of the
boxes: super easy to swing, wicked spin, huge sweet spot, good feel and touch, controllable power, and no arm
complaints. Plays great in stock form, but I did tail weight mine so that they now weigh in at 11 ounces with the dampener
and an overgrip. My current string set-up is 15 gauge natural gut mains at 57 lbs and 16 gauge Luxilon Alu Power Spin
crosses at 54 lbs.
From: Brad, 11/16
Comments: Immense comfort! Terrific for those with a sensitive arm. Big on power and despite the high swing
weight, it feels very light in my hand. Strung with Prince topspin at 55 pounds the racquet is big on spin and very solid.
If you're looking for good pop on your serve the extended length does help. All round, this racquet is hard to fault. Not a
player's racquet by any means, but for a good senior with decent technique the comfort and performance are unmatched
compared to other 110 square inch racquets. Well done Volkl. I wish the price was lower, but quality costs!!
From: John, 4/16
Comments: I have been playing with the Volkl Organix 3 since 2 months. My previous racquets were the
Aeropro Drive and Head Youtek Radical Pro. At the beginning with the Volkl Organix 3, it was a change (length, head size,
etc.) and I needed an adjustment period. But after a few weeks of playing with the Volkl O3 is clearly easier than before
similar results. It has a lot of spin potential that helps to put balls in play and everything is easier with less effort. Perhaps
downsides could be that this racquet is not very maneuverable and the stock grip is too wide (better change it by a thinner
From: Juan, 3/15
Comments: A nice update of the Volkl 3 line. It has a big sweet spot and crushes the ball effortlessly, but with
control as well. It's very good for keeping groundstrokes deep, very solid on serves and volleys, and gives off very few
players with bad shoulders, elbows, etc. It does feel slightly bulkier than some other Volkl racquets, although it is very
might consider using a grip size slightly smaller than what you usually use. If it turns out to feel too small, just put an extra
From: Russ, 12/12
String type: Babolat RPM Blast
Comments: I am using this racquet as a demo and the first time I used it I beat my nemesis in 2 sets instead of
usual 3. This racquet makes me a better player instantly. Enough said.
From: David, 11/12
String type and tension: Powerfiber 16g @ 55 lbs