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Dunlop Muscle Weave 200G

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Dunlop Muscle Weave 200G

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MSRP $130.00
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The Dunlop Muscle Weave 200G makes its return for control-oriented players that want a stable frame and solid feel. The elastomer/Kevlar throat provides enhanced feel and comfort. Players that swing fast will appreciate the maneuverability of this frame. Designed for advanced, hard-hitting players.

  • Prestrung with black synthetic gut 16 string.
  • Muscle Weave technology enhances response and feel.
No Cover Included.

Item #: 101913
Style #: T676731
Head Size : 95 in. 2
Length : 27 Inches
Weight : 11.3 Ounces (unstrung) / 11.8 Ounces (strung)
Balance: Head Light
Balance Point: 32.8cm. / 12.9in.
Power Level: Low
Swing Type: Fast & Long
Tension: 55-65 lbs.
String Pattern: 18M x 20C
Flex (RDC): 67
Swing Weight: 314
Color : Black/Gray
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not the same


from San Francisco, CA

About Me Enthusiast


  • Good Accuracy
  • Manuf String Easily Cut
  • More Flex Than Modern Rac


  • Caused Wrist Pain Fwobbl
  • Has A Shockwave Or Wobble
  • Vibrates A Lot

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I used 200G in high school and it was a solid racquet. This re-issue is slightly different despite the specs... I feel a wobble to the racquet... as if when I hit the racquet flexes and a shockwave like a slingshot rolls through... my wrist was sore after a while with this. I think this racquet suits a 1980-90's game but big hitters with stiff racquet tech today kill the ball so much that the result is a good hit and a good stick but some of this "shockwave" feeling that left me sore.

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Great Racquet

By Dave

from New Jersey

About Me Competitive Athlete


  • Creates Spin
  • Good Accuracy
  • Great Feel


    Best Uses

    • Advanced

    I started playing when I was 10, and played consistently and competitively for 10 years, but have been away from the game for about 20 years now. I'm getting back in to tennis with this racquet. I like a racquet that is head light and not too heavy, with more flex and control than stiffness and power. For me the MW 200G fits the bill. It replaces the Rossignol FT 6.60 that I've had since the late 80's. I have it set up with Gamma Poly Z 16 at 59lbs. and a Gamma vibration dampener. I'm an aggressive net player in doubles, but a baseliner in singles. In either case I like to end points quickly. My style is traditional: eastern forehand, one-handed backhand, continental for serves and volleys. When I first took this racquet to the courts I was hitting groundstrokes so solidly from the first swing. I switched to my Rossi for comparison, and could not hit it as well as with the Dunlop, so the new racquet does suit me better. I agree with the reviews I've seen and read that his MW 200G is solid in feel, comfortable to hit, and offers terrific control. My backhand has always been weaker than my forehand, but I found that I was able to hit with a lot of power and go for winners on the backhand side better now than when I played competitively. Forehands were as fun as ever whether hit normal, open stance, or on the run. I was able to hit flat, slice and topspin equally well. I was able to pick up half-volleys with ease, and punch volleys with authority. Serves took a little while to get used to but I attribute that to my lack of playing. Once I got used to that kind of swing, I was able to bang out good flat serves and kick serves with a lot of spin. I didn't feel any twist or instability on off-center hits, and to me the racquet was forgiving and predictable when hit outside the sweet spot. I will be ordering at least one more of these. Hard to go wrong with the sale price! This racquet has a lot of feel, great control, and power when you want it. I think this is good racquet for advanced players who like a "player's" racquet, like more flex than stiffness, and who can generate their own power without much assistance from the racquet.

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    • Q:

      how can a racquet weight more unstrung than strung
      Asked on 7/8/2014 by jasonchu from sfo, ca

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      • Staff Reviewer


        They are supposed to be reversed. Thank you for drawing this to our attention to be fixed immediately.

        Answered on 7/10/2014 by Louie from Holabird Sports
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    • About Dunlop
    Founded in 1909 in England, Dunlop is one of the oldest companies in the world of tennis. Although many people are only familiar with their tires, Dunlop uses cutting-edge technology and futuristic materials to design some of the best tennis racquets and tennis balls available. Dunlop racquets have leapt to the forefront and grabbed the attention of pros and recreational players alike thanks to fusion of new technology and old-school performance. Whether you're on the tour, or just playing for fun, Dunlop has a racquet that's right for you.

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