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An ageless design, Pacific racquets make their return back to the marketplace, starting with the X Force Pro No.1 tennis racquet! The X Force Pro is known for its improved feel and frame feedback offering a frame that features a midplus head, slightly wider/tapered beam, and heavier heft geared towards advanced players with longer swings.
Along with BasaltX technology, Pacific adds a new element to their frames with the Precision Grip System which provides the most precise and technical way to insure exact grip specifications. Zero Tolerance construction which ensures each racquet to be 100% identical, eliminating the need for tournament players to match their racquets. The Pacific X Force Pro No.1 is the ideal frame for players looking for a control oriented frame that offers pristine precision to go along with a comfortable feel.
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I have tried 50+ racquets in the past few years and there are only a few racquets that stand out. Older Head Prestige Mids, older generation of Wilson Pro Staffs, Pro Kennex Redondo to name the top ones; and Pacific Pro No 1 is right up there. Feel, control, stability...and this has all! I tried the new hyped up racquets including the Project One 7, Pure Aeros, Head Speeds, Wilsons and none are better than the new Pro No 1 252! Though, it falls under players category and bit low powered. Just string it on the lower end of the recommended tension.
Jordan from CA wrote (September 02, 2016):
When I heard about Pacific racquets making a comeback, it was almost too good to be true. When I looked on Midwest to see that they carried a few, I couldn’t wait to try them out. I typically use frames that are between 10.5-11oz, so this one was slightly heavier and a little harder to maneuver at first. However, after hitting with it for a few minutes, I was adjusting quickly to the heavier weight. You can tell that this frame is geared towards a more advanced player because of the slightly heavier weight and tapered beam. I also thought it was neat how Pacific incorporated a “Zero Tolerance” construction of grip sizes to take away the need for matching racquets identically. If you’re looking for a frame with great control and feel, this is one to try.