Asics 125 Tennis Racquet
The Asics 125 marks the arrival of Asics to the game improvement tennis racquet category. Offers one of the largest sweetspots available on the market today thanks to its 125 square inch head. 28mm wide beam and 16x22 string pattern for a very solid feel at ball impact, almost anywhere on the racquet face. The super oversized head, combined with a light 9.7 ounce strung weight, longer 27.5 inch length, and slight head heavy balance ensure stability and forgiveness.
Midwest Sports only ships Asics products to domestic addresses in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.
- Headsize: 125 sq. in.
- Length: 27.50 in.
- Weight (strung): 9.70 oz.
- Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 69
- Balance: 14.00 in. Head Heavy
- Cross Section: 28mm Straight Beam
- Swingweight: 318 kg*sq. cm
- String Pattern: 16x22
- Grip: Asics Cushion
- Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
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I love the racquet. It is powerful, easy on my wrist and very forgiving if you hit of center. I am having trouble keeping the little disc on that is on the racquet end that says Asics on it. It came off and I superglued it on and now it is off again. I use it for determining choice of serve or receive on the initial spin Midwest Sports delivers on time.
The 125 can be used by all players up through 5.0 very nicely. Designed for club players all the way through top level Senior players, the racket can be strung loosely and give a lot of extra power with a huge sweetspot, or it can be strung tightly and give excellent control with powerful shots. The teardrop shape makes the sweet spot continue much higher than the normal racket and the long strings in the throat allow the player to hit on the strings when jammed on a volley or hard serve at the body.
Can be used by any level up to 5.0. Strung loosely you get a lot of extra power and a huge sweet spot and don't have to swing very hard. Strung tightly it plays very firm and gives excellent control to hard hit shots. Many top senior players are using the 125 and the tear drop shape moves the sweet spot out toward the tip for extra power on serves and wide reaching shots.