Spec wise, this racquet could be the long lost twin to my Pure Drive GT. Most of our playtesters even seem to favor this Donnay over the ever so popular Pure Drive. Dare I say, it may even outshine the Pure Drive in one area – the net. My volleys feel so precise and crisp with this racquet no matter whom I am hitting against. I often struggle on my backhand volley to keep my racquet out in front and end up hitting a bit of an inside-out backhand chip volley, which while it is very effective, it is frustrating since it’s caused by late preparation. With this maneuverable Donnay in my hands, suddenly the issue has disappeared. Continue reading →
I’ve been doing product videos for quite some time now. I’ve learned the ins and outs of products including their technologies, materials, designs, and how they fit. Specifically, I’ve come to know most of the bags in our stock very well.
I’ve come across a few that have made an impression. One of my favorite bags I’ve come across is the Head Elite Series All Court 3 Pack Bag. The average 3 pack bag usually consists of one main compartment and accessory pocket. But this is the king of 3 packs. This is for the player who wants a duffle bag design with the ability to store racquets. (Click here for product video.)
For the traveling player, the Prince Tour Team 6 Pack can hold up to 6 racquets and plenty of gear. It’s comfortable, durable, and great for those needing a lot of storage space.
The Babolat AeroPro Backpack protects its contents with its stiff shell. This is great for traveling to and from the courts as it is lightweight and can hold up to two tennis racquets. What’s great about this is that it was once $64.00, but is now $49.00. Yay for money savings! (Click here for product video.)