Dunlop Tennis Racquet
For being a relatively small company based in Britain, Dunlop has made a great name for itself in the tennis community. Dunlop manufactures equipment in many sports, but focuses on tennis and golf. A Dunlop tennis racket put in the hands of the right pro can be a lethal weapon.
Dunlop entered in the sporting goods industry in 1910, and surprisingly enough a Dunlop tennis racquet was not on their list of manufactured equipment. They started making rubber golf balls and expanded from there.
If you say the word Dunlop to a tennis player, most of them will immediately think tennis balls, but Dunlop is also marked by its popular rackets like the Force and BioFibre lines.
Dunlop Tennis Players
So many top professional tennis players use Dunlop racquets. Steffi Graf, John McEnroe, Amélie Mauresmo, Tomáš Berdych, Mardy Fish, Tommy Haas, Martina Navratilova, Marat Safin, James Blake and Jamie Murray, just to name a few. Many of those aforementioned pros, are, or will be in the Tennis hall of fame.
Dunlop has a line of racquets called Aerogel. Aerogel is the world’s lightest solid, which has a strength of up to 4,000 times its own weight. Aerogel has an uncanny strength to weight ratio for enhanced stiffness and increased power. Dunlop combines this Aerogel technology with their 4D Braided technology, which creates an awesome blend of power and stability. If you haven’t hit with a Dunlop tennis racquet before, try giving one with the Aerogel technology a hit, it will most likely change your game.
Watch this video of Dunlop’s Aerogel 4D, one of the lightest Tennis Racquet which delivers optimum results.