I have been using Volkl racquets for several years now, and to no surprise I loved this one as well. When I first demo’ed this I was unsure because it seemed like the strings were affecting my game. However, I got the racquet restrung with some Volkl Cyclone string and that seemed to do the trick! This racquet has pretty much everything I would be looking for when shopping around for a new racquet: control, power, comfort, and stability. The improved speed grommets were definitely noticeable in this frame as well. For maximum durability and performance, I strung mine up with RPM Blast 17G at mid tension.
Very bright racquet, I had all of my tennis friends talking about the color of this frame. I received this racquet as a gift from my tennis coach. I am a 4.0 female player who likes to play a lot of singles. I really enjoy hitting from the baseline with pace. Really arm-friendly modern players frame with the Super G 7. It was very comfortable and easy to play with. Limited vibrations on those off-centered hits. Very maneuverable, allowed my aggressive game from the baseline really shine. One knock is the stability up at the net, I really struggle on my volleys.
I added weight by wrapping lead tape just above the handle and covered it with the black rubber band. I also added lead tape at 9 and 3 O'clock. My racquets are over 12 ounces now. I use 18 gauge babolat pro hurricane (not the tour version) poly on the mains and wilson nxt 18 gauge on the cross. I push the ball a lot and hit drop shots a lot. This works for me. Kick serve is hard to attack. You can go wih all NXT if the racquet is too stiff. I play at a 5.0 level maybe higher.
Like the previous version, this Super G 7 has all the power and forgiveness you'll need from a modern, stable players racquet. It's slightly more powerful than the Org 7. That's the only difference in my opinion. The Super G 7 provides a very comfortable platform but so did the Org 7 before it.