300 grams (or 10.6 ounces) is an average weight for a racket. Less than 285 grams (10 ounces) is considered light. More than 310 grams (or 11 ounces) is considered heavy. Tennishead suggests…. As you’d expect, a heavy racket in general means more power but less manoeuvrability and vice versa with a light racket.
Real tennis (also royal tennis or court tennis): An indoor racket sport which was the predecessor of the modern game of (lawn) tennis. The term real is used as a retronym to distinguish the ancient game from the modern game of lawn tennis. Known also as court tennis in the United States or royal tennis in Australia.
The EXTREME TOUR is a new racquet in the EXTREME series, with innovative Graphene 360+ technology. It is designed for advanced tournament players looking for optimal spin and... Now with a new design, and the innovative Graphene 360+ technology, the EXTREME MP will allow you to play with extreme spin and power.
In short, the Instinct MP is one of the power racquets on the market in my opinion. It gives you good power and spin without being uncontrollable and uncomfortable (it’s still stiff, but not harsh, so players with sensitive elbows should think twice).
The RADICAL PRO comes with a vibrant and daring new design and a new frame for improved playability to enhance your versatile, all-court game. With Graphene 360+ technology, and a fresh, vibrant design, the RADICAL MP is made for the all-court tournament player seeking the blend of power and handling.
MP: Military Police: MP: Member of Parliament (also seen as MoP) MP: Media Player: MP: Multi Purpose: MP: Minutes Played (basketball) MP: Northern Mariana Islands (US postal abbreviation) MP: Man Power: MP: Multi-Purpose (military ammunition: incorporating elements of fragmentation, incendiary, high explosive, and armor piercing; aka Raufoss ...
This metric becomes most useful as a point of comparison. For example, if you hit with two racquets, one that features a high stiffness rating of 72 and the other a rating of 60, you’ll begin to develop a sense for how these ratings impact the feel and performance of a racquet.
Tennis String Tension Explained. Tension is a measure of the force pulled by a stringing machine when installing strings, typically expressed in pounds or kilograms.
MP – Matches Played (sometimes used in place of P, Pld). W – Won (i.e., number of matches won). D – Draw (i.e., number of times a team has finished a match with an even score or tie).