Dunlop Apex Infinity
Rule the court with powerful strokes with the Dunlop Apex Infinity. This model from the Apex line is Dunlop's lightest racket. The frame weighs only 115 grams and feels exceptionally light due to the head light balance. Because most of the weight is in the bottom of the Dunlop Apex Infinity, it is very manoeuvrable, making it easy to volley and attack the ball. Or wait until the very last moment and generate sufficient hitting power with a short swing.
The Dunlop Apex Infinity has a big teardrop-shaped racket head of no less than 500 cm2. The string bed can move up and down more due to the long main strings and you have the disposal of a lot of hitting power. Because the strings run in a fan shape, with 2 strings coming out of each tube in the bottom of the racket head, the Dunlop Apex Infinity has a large sweet spot (= ideal place to hit the ball). Even balls you hit closer to the frame can still be controlled well.
An aerodynamic layer is applied to the outside of the frame, making the Dunlop Apex Infinity experience significantly less drag. This layer, called Aeroskin CX by Dunlop, is inspired by the skin of the shark. The ribbed structure creates local turbulence and reduces drag by up to 35%. The Dunlop Apex Infinity cuts through the air, so to speak, and without much effort you can generate a lot of racket acceleration for hard shots.
Vibrations created by the impact of the ball are minimised by the HM6 carbon construction. The frame of the Dunlop Apex Infinity is made of 'high modulus' carbon fibres that have a hexagonal shape. Vibrations are better absorbed and distributed throughout the racket making the Dunlop Apex Infinity unprecedentedly solid during a stroke.
The Dunlop Apex Infinity is an ideal racket for the fanatical recreational or advanced player who wants an ultra-light, highly manoeuvrable racket with lots of power. The racket comes with a nice dampener shaped like a squash ball.