Uniflex, the latest in flexible racket technology. Each of our rackets is equipped with Uniflex to allow for maximum comfort, control and precision. Let's show you how it works.
Experience a plush custom feel and reduced frame vibrations achieved by applying 17 layers of carbon laminates.
Acquire optimal control through advanced uniform flex frame construction and correct RA stiffness.
Enhanced through the optimisation of individual performance frame design elements in relation to one another.
Great racket for juniors who just transitioned into adult size rackets or intermediate players that don't want something too heavy and easy to swing. Can be easily customised as well, very happy with it
My 3 kids all use the XSTRIKE and absolutely love it.
Continued play test with the new @tenxpro tennis range. - the x strike is an easy to use spin/power racquet imo. - Great for aggressive baseline players. - Easy power on serves and great for kick serves. - specs I used 100square inch head - 315 grams atomic strike strings mains fusion blast crosses 54lbs Highly recommend this tennis brand!
Love the look and feel. Since using X Strike I’ve gained more power from my stroke. The flexi frame is perfect. Allows good spin too
Love, love this racket. I recommend it for more younger middle school and high school students as well as my older ladies. Soft on the arm and super light. Good power and control. Only disadvantage in my mind is the paint comes off very easy when going for low balls and picking them up off the court.
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