The Dunlop CX racquets have arrived. I will review the 200 Tour 18×20, the 200 and the 400 Tour. Which one is best?
If you want to check out the whole new CX range of racquets, you should check out this post. I was a fan of the previous generation of the CX 200 Tour and I’m curious about this one. Have they managed to improve it or is it just a paint job update? I love it when the manufacturers try to push the envelope a bit (think Clash and Gravity) and not just present new paint jobs, so I hope there have been some refinements at least.
Alongside the new Dunlop CX racquets, I will review the new Dunlop Explosive Tour string. It’s supposed to be a controlled, yet comfortable poly. They have also sent me two samples of the multifilament string Dunlop Ionic, so I might try a hybrid in the CX 200 Tour and perhaps also the CX 200.
The Dunlop CX 400 Tour is a new model in the line-up and I’m curious to see how they can combine control with some free power that usually 100 sq inch racquets offer.
Dunlop CX Racquet Specs – Vlog
To find out what specs and get a closer look at the Dunlop CX racquets, watch my latest vlog below. I am trying to do frequent vlogs at the moment as a challenge to myself and as part of listening to the feedback. Most people want a steady and healthy dose of new videos. I am trying my best as a “one-man-band” to create as much informational and entertaining content as I can. It might not always be up to scratch, but bear with me, I hope to keep improving.
If you want to find out more about the new CX racquets, I suggest you watch the vlog. Reviews and first impressions are coming shortly…