By TENNIS.com on December 07, 2009
The Dunlop 2Hundred series has always been designed with the most discriminating and talented players in mind. Though the latest version, the Aerogel, is more user-friendly than its predecessors, it’s no exception. It’s slightly lighter than the M-Fil 2Hundred, plus the addition of Aerogel (an extremely light and strong material) to the top and bottom of the racquet face enhances power and playability. Still, you’ve got to be able to handle the weight, provide your own pace, and routinely find the sweet spot in order to appreciate this frame. Players who can will be rewarded with a consistently solid response from all parts of the court. Those who aren’t as proficient with their mechanics should look elsewhere. Spin production is moderate, but that’s to be expected with a dense (18x20) string pattern. But free-swinging baseliners who appreciate knowing when they miss the sweet spot will like the frame’s feedback.