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ASICS 125 Racquet

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ASICS 125 Racquet

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MSRP $189.00
Our Price: $95.00

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Built to improve your game, the ASICS 125 tennis racquet features longer main strings designed to enlarge the size of the sweetspot for superior power and precision. The unique head shape offers a more solid feel with less torque. Ideal for adult tennis players with short swings.

  • Features an ASICS logo dampener.
  • A bumper guard enhances durability.
  • ASICS logo displayed on the butt cap.
No Cover Included.

Item #: 101899
Style #: 20241-90
Head Size : 125 in.2
Length : 27.5 Inches
Weight : 9.2 Ounces (unstrung) / 9.7 Ounces (strung)
Balance: Head Heavy
Balance Point: 36.3 cm. / 14.3 in.
Power Level: High
Swing Type: Slow & Compact
Tension: 47-57 lbs
String Pattern: 16M x 22C
Flex (RDC): 73
Swing Weight: 307
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Good size

By 71 and still a 4.0

from dallas texas

About Me Competitive Athlete

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  • Good Accuracy
  • Great Sticky Grip
  • Lightweight


  • Lacks Power

Best Uses

  • Intermediate
  • Super Touch

Comments about ASICS 125 Racquet:

I love the touch but the racket lacks pop on serve.

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Great racket!!

By Tennis Pro

from Naples, Florida


  • Great for all levels
  • Huge sweet spot
  • Maneuverability Is Great
  • Power And Control


    Best Uses

    • 116 109 For Jrs
    • Club Players
    • Great For Doubles
    • Great For Serving
    • Sr Players On Tour

    This racket goes back to the teardrop shape only in a slightly larger size. These rackets remember the club players and the senior players that other manufacturers seem to have forgotten. Light enough for great maneuverability and heavy enough to have good power and control.

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    • Q:

      I am a 64 year old female, fit, 2.5/3.0 tennis player. Low to mid power swing, short (trying to be more consistent on follow through) I demoed a Wilson Cierzo Two racket with 120 sq inch head and really liked the oversize sweet spot and the bounce off the racket. The grip was too big for me and the racket is no longer available to order. In exploring oversized rackets and reading reviews, I'm leaning towards the Asics 125. Does that seem a good choice for an oversize given my personal description? I read in one review of the Asics 125 that the main strings should be mid tension, and the cross strings 5 lbs. less. Do you agree? If so what tensions does that translate to on your scale? Also, assumed the Gamma 16 or 17 string would be fine. Do you agree, and and what is the difference between the 16 and 17? Thanks, jvm
      Asked on 6/18/2014 by JVM from Portland, Maine

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      • Staff Reviewer


        The Asics 125 is an excellent oversize racquet to replace your Wilson Cierzo. The tension really is based on preference. If you want more power on the ball you would want a lower tension. The tighter you string the racquet, the more control you will have on the ball. Their is a lot of Gamma string available, for your skill level and racquet head size, I would recommend the Gamma Live Wire. It has excellent playability and is soft on the arms. The difference with 16 gauge to 17 is width. The higher you go the thinner the string is. So 16 gauge is more durable than 17 because it is thicker but, the 17 gauge may add more spin and control on the ball.

        Answered on 6/19/2014 by Louie from Holabird Sports
    • Q:

      Does this racket come in a 4 5/8 grip size? That doesn't seem to be an option in your specifications.
      Asked on 6/8/2014 by Elliot from Reston, VA

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      • Staff Reviewer


        That is correct. It only goes up to 4 1/2 a grip size.

        Answered on 6/10/2014 by Louie from Holabird Sports
    • Q:

      how much string is required? more than 40' of standard package?
      Asked on 3/8/2014 by steve

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    • Q:

      I am considering purchasing an ASICS 125 tennis racquet. I am a male, 55 years old and have a somewhat short swing. I would like to know the best quality of String that would make this particular racket provide the best in terms of power and control. Could you email me back and let me know if the ASICS 125 Racket would be the best for me. I am planning on entering Senior League Tour in Texas.
      Asked on 5/19/2013 by Terry from San Antonio,Texas

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      • Staff Reviewer


        Choosing a racquet is very much based on personal preference, so it's always tough to say with surety whether a racquet is right for a particular player without letting the player try the racquet for themselves. I always encourage customers to take advantage of our demo program (http://www.holabirdsports.com/demo-racquet-program) to test out some racquets before they make a purchase decision. Based on the information you provided, the ASICS 125 does sound like it could be a very good choice for you and I would definitely recommend trying it out. It offers plenty of surface area, a large sweetspot, and lots of power for players with short, compact swings. There are plenty of quality options when it comes to string. I would recommend trying something fairly soft and lively. Several good options are Gamma Live Wire XP, Wilson NXT, and Tecnifibre NRG. All three should offer fairly comparable performance, but each might "feel" a little different. Fortunately, strings aren't as big of an investment as a racquet, so it's much easier to experiment and find which works for you.

        Answered on 5/20/2013 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
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    • About ASICS
    Long considered to be one of the most popular athletic gear brands in the world, ASICS is an acronym for "anima sana in corpora sano," which translates to "a sound mind in a sound body." ASICS shoes are often chosen by premier athletes, including many Olympic competitors. ASICS running shoes are award winning best sellers, including many Runner's World magazine "best of" awards. ASICS also has a variety of tennis, cross training, walking, squash, and racquetball shoes that are comfortable, durable, and supportive.

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