Newest update to Dunlop's racquet line, the Dunlop BioFibre M2.1 updates the Biomimetic M2.0. This frame is a new, player-oriented racquet that offers the outstanding control of a moderately thin 21.5mm beam with the pinpoint precision of a 95 sq. inch head. Dunlop technologies include BioFibre in which Dunlop has extracted the stem fibers from plants and woven them into portions of the shaft of the frame. New updates to BioFibre technology provides a cleaner more solid hit and enhances racquet feel. The M2.1 continues the use of Aeroskin Cx to reduce aerodynamic drag, making the racquet faster through the air and MoS2 grommets for more efficient string movement.
Geared to the advanced player with a moderate to fast swing, the Dunlop BioFibre M2.1 offers a lighter option to the BioFibre F3.1 Tour, weighing in at 11.6 ounces strung. 319 swingweight for added depth on your shots and more open 16x19 string pattern for added spin potential.
For Optimal String Performance Dunlop Recommends:
Durability:Dunlop Black Widow
Please note: Dunlop does not include a cover with this racquet.
I am a 4.5 player, that typically plays with the 95 square inch head sizes. I knew what I was getting into with this frame. It is a control oriented frame that has a little bit of pop added in. I am really able to control an arya of shots with this stick. Another thing that really stuck out with this frame was the overall comfort. Biofibre technology within the handle of the racquet really eliminated an extra vibrations I tend to get on my off centered hits. Easy to swing, very head light. Overall, nice control styled frame with a little bit more pop and smooth comfort.
Eric from LA wrote (June 05, 2016):
I play 5.0 level and rely on control. Have used many "player" racquets and find this to be what I have been missing. I have never been comfortable with the 100" trend. Just not needed. You need to be consistent with this thing, but rewarded when you do. Great whip and a little more pop than expected. Found the weight to be a surprise. Still has the stability I was afraid it would be missing.