Experience a plush custom feel and reduced frame vibrations achieved by applying 17 layers of carbon laminates.
Enhanced through the optimisation of individual performance frame design elements in relation to one another.
My experience with Tenx USA , was one of the best I've had in the tennis industry! The racket: the Xstrike is a unique racket. This racket played very similar to the Clash for me. Definitely a baseliners racket. Tons of spin and power on both wings. The serve was also good. I did struggle a bit with volleys but some time with the racket would have corrected that. The only real negative was the "fit and finsh." I think the price is a fair value for the racket. I will definitely be play testing some of their new products as they come out!
I have been using the Xcalibre for a very long time, I love it and have not changed racquet since.
The Xcalibre & their string rage is brilliant.
Initially I struggled with the racket as it was significantly different from the Babolat I was using. But it really helped my one- handed backhand and in fact turned it into a serious weapon. My Serve has also improved significantly and my service hold percentage has gone way up. The forehand was the biggest challenge but I now have my consistency back and I have way more heat on it now and hitting a serious number of winners. Really enjoying the power this racket gives me and the ability to hit through the court.
Tenx have quality products
I have won some tournaments using tenx products, I love them!
Tenx XSTRIKE brought me more spin, power and arm comfort. Has changed my game in many ways! Watch the review →Marty Dunn- Australian Paralympian
XSTRIKE is my best racket so far. Giving me free power, sensational spin and control to hit powerful shots. Many of my clients' love this racketReinaldo Hidalgo - Tennis TENX Sponsored Coach
XSTRIKE was awarded by “Spin Racket of the year” by Tennis Nerd in 2021. This all-round player racket provides high spin generation, free power, plush feel and arm comfort. Watch the review →Jonas Eriksson – Tennis Nerd