4 Stars 11 yr old youth tennis

from AZ on 2/22/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

After playing the babolat driveZ lite for 6 years my 11 year old boy was looking into new racquets. He is a solid player. Plays about 20 tournaments a year and works on his game about 5 days a week. We demo’d the Dunlap Biometric 400 lite, volkl organix 6, prince hornet MP 100, Babolat pure drive lite, donnay formula lite 100, head youtek grapheme speed S, Wilson pro staff 100 BLX and landed on the Yonex E-Zone Xi Lite. We didn’t want to stray too far from the drive z. It came down to the pure drive (but he was trying to get away from Babolat because everyone plays them), the organix 6 and the E-Zone Xi lite. We landed on the Yonex. The yonex is slightly heavier which we wanted but the swing weight was pretty much the same so no real adjustment. We did pick-up some power across the board which we were looking for. Overall the Yonex performed in every area we wanted. Much more power with his serve, a little more power on his grounds strokes which took a day to get used to, and a lot more stability at