Slazenger XCEL 2.5 Pink Ribbon Tennis Racquet
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The Slazenger® XCEL 2.5 Tennis Racquet is perfect for the competitive player who seeks a little more from their racquet. This racquet's construction is a combination of aluminum and graphite, which allows for a stronger, sturdier frame. The oversized head increases the size of the hitting area and sweet spot, while the Pink Ribbon vibration dampener cuts down on sting.
- Pre-strung racquet
- Ideal for competitive, intermediate player
- Lightweight aluminum alloy and graphite construction offers increased frame stiffness
- Oversized head increases the size of the hitting area for an increased sweet spot
- Thin beam construction provides better ball placement and control
- Includes a special Pink Ribbon vibration dampener for decreased vibration
- Solid, comfortable grip
- Length: 27"
- Head size: 110 sq. in.
- Weight: 10.58 oz / 300 g
- Balance: 330 mm
- String pattern: 16 x 19
- Vendor color: pink/black
- Model: SZ12XCEL25NBCF
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 16805576
Slazenger XCEL 2.5 Pink Ribbon Tennis Racquet 4 4
Amazing This tennis racquet is amazing! It is the perfect weight and length for me! I play almost everyday and it's the best. May 7, 2014
Great I wanted to start playing tennis and this racket is perfect. It seems to be very durable and very light. I love it! August 20, 2013
Good for beginners I bought this racket a couple of months ago and I really liked it because it gave me some stability as a beginner. I've played with it almost everyday and after a couple of months the string has lost all power and control. It's like I could hit a shot a certain way perfectly but when I tried to hit it that way again it would turn out horrible. Overall, this racket is good for beginners and recreational players. Instead, for a lower price, you could get a Wilson Energy XL Tennis Racquet which has more stability and lasts much longer. July 26, 2013
good racquet for price Racquet is a good racquet for beginners. Grip is good. One piece design. Vibration control April 2, 2013
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