Buy Dunlop Squash Rackets
Some of the best squash players of all time have achieved their success with a Dunlop squash racket, among others such famous names as Jonah Barrington, Jonathan Power, Amr Shabana, Nick Matthew and Gregory Gaultier – all world champions. At the moment, two real future stars, Ali Farag and Diego Elias, play with Dunlop. Worldwide, Dunlop is the most popular racket brand which is hardly surprising, because for decades they have developed rackets with excellent playing characteristics. Regardless of your standard, Dunlop stands for quality. Whether you are a beginner, recreational or advanced player, in the Dunlop collection you will always find a suitable racket. Below you can read more about rackets for players with different standards.
Dunlop Squash Rackets for Beginners
For beginners, Dunlop squash rackets made of aluminium are the optimal choice. If you are tired of hiring a racket and would rather buy your own one, the Force Xtreme Ti and the Nanomax Tour are ideal if you are a newcomer on the court. Both rackets are very robust, which is important especially in squash where you occasionally have to scratch the wall with the racket. Also, you can easily hit the ball hard as the frames in these rackets are rather heavy. If both you and your squash partner are thinking of buying a racket, take a look at our 2 Racket Deals as you will get extra discount buying two rackets at once.
Dunlop Squash Rackets for Intermediate Players
If you play squash regularly and are looking for a racket with a good price-quality relationship, a Blackstorm racket is a great choice. These Dunlop squash rackets are made entirely of 'high modulus' graphite which means that unwanted vibrations caused by the impact of the ball are kept to a minimum. The Blackstorm line has a suitable racket for all types of players. If control and accuracy are your priorities, go for the Dunlop Blackstorm Graphite. If you are looking for a Dunlop squash racket that performs well in all areas, the Dunlop Blackstorm Carbon is ideal for you. If you have an offensive playing style and prefer a racket that offers a lot of power together with agility, choose the Dunlop Blackstorm Titanium.
Are you a fanatical recreational player and play on average more than once a week, the Apex line is another good choice. These rackets are suitable for both recreational and advanced players. They also feature some of the latest technologies used in the top rackets. They are the lightest Dunlop squash rackets, and because an aerodynamic layer has been applied to the outside of the frame, the Apex rackets just “cut” through the air, as it were. Thanks to carbon fibres in a hexagonal shape, the HM6 carbon construction, shocks and vibrations are better absorbed. This makes the racket blade more stable during a shot and you can place the ball more accurately into the target. If you like to have a lot of control and accuracy, choose the Dunlop Apex Synergy. If you want to beat your opponent with hard and offensive play, then the Dunlop Apex Infinity is your racket.
Dunlop Squash Rackets for Advanced Players
If you want nothing less than the very best that Dunlop has to offer, choose a racket from the Hyperfibre+ or Precision collection. These Dunlop squash rackets feature the latest technologies and allow you to get the most out of yourself on the court.
If ultimate control is your priority, choose a racket from the Precision line. These rackets have a conventional shape with a bridge, making them very compact. The length strings are relatively short and you can control and “feel” your shots better. If you seek maximum precision, the Dunlop Precision Pro 130 is your racket. It has a smaller racket head than the other models from the Precision series, and you can place each shot very accurately. If what you want is a bit more power, then the Precision Ultimate and the Dunlop Elite are great options.
For players seeking an ideal mix of strength and control, Dunlop has developed two hybrid models: the Evolution and the Evolution Pro. These rackets have a small bridge and the length strings are slightly longer than in the Precision rackets. Because the strings can move up and down more, the ball gets extra acceleration during a shot. These rackets are perfect for players who like to attack and hit the ball early. Volleying is also a lot easier thanks to the narrow shape of the frame.
For players who love powerplay there are four Dunlop racket models with a teardrop-shaped frame. In these rackets the strings run all the way down to the shaft and this allows you to easily give the ball more speed. There are two Revelation Pro models (the Pro and the Pro Lite), of which the Revelation Pro is the 'signature' racket of Ali Farag. The two rackets are almost equal apart from their balance point. The Revelation Pro has the balance point in the top of the frame, making it a racket with a lot of power. The Revelation Pro Lite has the most weight in the bottom of the frame, which means that it offers a little less power than the Revelation Pro but is much more agile. There are two other excellent options: the Revelation 125 and the Revelation 135. These Dunlop squash rackets have a slightly rounder racket blade and a larger head than the Revelation Pro models. This means that they have a larger sweet spot and are more forgiving. The Revelation 125 is very manoeuvrable thanks to the extremely low balance point, and the Revelation 135 is the racket with the most power from the entire Dunlop collection.
At Squashpoint we know that choosing the right racket can be difficult and that is why we are always happy to give you advice. Do not hesitate to contact us and we help you choose the racket that best suits your standard, preferences and playing style.