Harrow’s signature head shape is combined with a weight that feels light even at 145 grams and has a good balance. Generates great power and touch for volleys and drop shots. Also has a sleek, colorful design that looks good on the court.
Don't buy it unless you are sure you're not giving up the sport anytime soon – this is not a cheap racquet.
This top-selling racquet has plenty of power and velocity, as well as an easy-to-find sweet spot. A responsive racquet, it offers good control, and can take players to the next level. Has a comfortable grip.
The racquet scratches up and gets minor dings easily.
A great choice for advanced players, it comes in a choice of weights to suit a variety of game styles. Power and balance helps players hit the target with good handling and shot control.
Can be tough to handle well – beginners may find it shows up too many flaws in their game.
Lightweight (140 grams) with a well-balanced feel, this racquet has the largest head size allowed for maximum hitting. Very comfortable grip. Good for precision hitting into the corners, and no noticeable vibrations either.
The racquet has a stiff feel, so it can be hard on the wrists.
A great entry level racquet, the Hyper Team is made of graphite alloy, making it durable and sturdy. It's not stiff, so is easy to control and maneuver.
The racquet doesn't have a lot of power to it. The carrying case is not of great quality.
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