Racquets similar to previous generation Prestige Pro and CX 200 Tour

tenniserxc

New User
Hi,

I hope everyone is doing well.
I am looking for racquets similar to the Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Pro and the Dunlop CX 200 Tour 18x20. Open to any suggestions! I like the control and consistency of the Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Pro, but the low stiffness and access to power of the Dunlop CX 200 Tour. Are there any racquets similar to these that offer the "best of both worlds" (if possible)?

Thanks in advance.

Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Pro
Head Size: 95 sq. in. MP
Length: 27 inches
Weight: Strung — 11.7 oz Unstrung — 11.1 oz
Tension: 48-57 Pounds
Balance: 6 Pts Head Light
Beam Width: 22 mm
Composition: Graphene 360+ & Graphite
Flex: 65
Grip Type: Head Hydrosorb Pro
Power Level: Low
String Pattern: 16 Mains / 19 Crosses
Shared Holes: None
Main Skip: 8T, 8H
Swing Speed: Fast, Long Swing
Swing Weight: 327

Dunlop CX 200 Tour 18x20
Head Size: 95 in / 612.9 cm
Length: 27in / 68.58cm
Strung Weight:11.7oz / 332g
Balance: 12.59in / 31.98cm / 7 pts HL
Swingweight: 319
Stiffness: 62
Beam Width: 20.5mm / 20.5mm / 20.5mm
Composition: Sonic Core Infinergy/Graphite
Power Level: Low
Stroke Style: Full
Swing Speed: Fast
Racquet Colors:Red/Black
Grip Type: Leather!
String Pattern:
18 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T,10T,8H,10H
One Piece
No Shared Holes
String Tension: 45-65 pounds
 
I would suggest trying different strings and tensions first, but those yonexes and the prince suggestions are good. Seems like you either need more power or control. You can figure this out by experimenting with your string set up.

What I do when comparing frames is to string them all with syn gut at roughly mid tension. Syn gut is most consistent and keeps tension longest.
 

tenniserxc

New User
I would suggest trying different strings and tensions first, but those yonexes and the prince suggestions are good. Seems like you either need more power or control. You can figure this out by experimenting with your string set up.

What I do when comparing frames is to string them all with syn gut at roughly mid tension. Syn gut is most consistent and keeps tension longest.
Ok, thanks for the advice!
 
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