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Stiga Tennis Racquets

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STIGA are more famous for table tennis and hockey, but now they have also released a few Stiga tennis racquets. Find out more below.

STIGA Tennis Racquets

The new Stiga Tennis Racquets are called “Supreme”. There is a standard version, a light version and a junior racquet.

This is what they say about the Stiga Supreme racquet:

  • A speed-orientated tennis racket in STIGA’s classic, minimalistic design – for advanced players.
  • Helps you achieve high ball speed in shots and direct your attacks.
  • Made from a combination of unique carbon-fiber layers for maximal performance and durability.
  • Weight (unstrung): 300 g (+/-7 g).
  • Balance (unstrung): 325 mm (+/-7 mm).
  • In grip size 2 + 3.
  • Available strung or unstrung. Cover not included.

Looks fairly standard to me. The worry about these types of racquet releases is that it is like an existing mold bought from China which has no research and development behind it. I don’t know if this is the case, but it is a worry.

I like that fiberglass is included, which is what they say in the material description. But it’s difficult to know how much. This is from the Stiga official website.

The exclusive materials made from unique choices of carbon fibre and fibreglass are alternated in the construction to give the racket superb feel.

In terms of players using the Stiga racquets, they have Simon Freund, known from his YouTube channel where he details his life playing professional tennis events. He used to play Wilson but has now moved to the Stiga Supreme, probably with some customization.

We will have Henrik Wallensten from the Tennisnerd team testing the standard Supreme racquet and maybe I will do it myself later on.

The Stiga Supreme LW

The lighter, Stiga Supreme LW, is made for women or juniors. This is what they say:

A lighter speed racket in STIGA’s classic, minimalistic design – for women or juniors who want an easily maneuvered, full-length racket.

Weight (unstrung): 270 g (+/-7 g).
Balance (unstrung): 330 mm (+/-7 mm).

Let me know if you have tried the Stiga racquets and what you think about them.

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