Like a first-class cabin on a luxury liner, Volkl takes comfort to places previously unexplored with the Organix 10. The title technology combines carbon nanotubes with cotton cellulose fibers in an effort to provide comfort and control at both baseline and net. Play-testers reported the Organix was particularly effective creating sharp-angle shots, confronting mid-court balls and transitioning from the backcourt to frontcourt. This racquet works best for an advanced junior seeking a more control-oriented frame, as well as all-courters who prefer lighter frames and find the 325 a bit too heavy. Like its bigger, older brother in the Organix family, the 295 is responsive from every area of the court.
Likes: Advanced play-testers reported clarity of control so sharp that striking intended targets was like throwing darts. This is a highly maneuverable racquet that touch artists will love. The key components of this frame are its comfort, control and creativity, which it allows for. Its shape is a more traditional hoop than some of Volkl’s prior player frames.
Dislikes: A few testers said high volleys flew a bit more with this racquet than the Organix 10 325. Players who relish crushing balls from the backcourt may find the frame a bit light, but it is a prime candidate for customization. This is built for advanced players, so if you’re looking for an extra power boost, head elsewhere.
Bottom Line: Highly skilled players should be able to explore their entire shot spectrum. The higher you reside on the NTRP food chain, the more you’ll feast on balls with this frame.