300 M-Fil
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TENNIS.com Review
By on December 07, 2009

We’re seeing more racquets in the mid–to-high 10-ounce range. This is a nice middle ground for strong players who don’t want tour-level sticks, which will slow their swings down, but who also know that anything lighter could compromise stability. The medium-weight 300 M-Fil has excellent stability, and you’ll get a little more pop out of it than, say, this year’s heavier 200 M-Fil. The name? It stands for the multifilament fibers—in the case of the 300 M-Fil, tungsten and fiberglass—that Dunlop incorporates into the 3 and 9 o’clock positions of the head for a softer feel. But we didn’t notice much difference between this frame and its predecessor, the 300G. If anything, the 300 M-Fil was a bit jarring, especially on off-center hits. But if you want a head-light, maneuverable frame that can help you cover all corners of the court, this racquet will make a worthy addition to your gear bag.


Released on December 07, 2009

  • Price:
  • Length:
    27.0 in
  • Head size:
    98.0 sq in
  • Strung weight:
    10.8 oz
  • Strung balance:
    3/10 in. head light
  • Swing weight:
  • String pattern:
  • Flexibility:
  • Suitable NTRP:
    4.5 - 7
  • Beam width:

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Short summary

    For most of us, pulling out an advanced-player’s racquet from the gear bag means trouble. The control is there, but the stick’s too heavy. This Dunlop frame might be a better fit.

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