Donnay has recently released its new Pro One Midplus racquet, and I am eager to give it a spin! Its specs fit perfectly within my strict set of requirements…head size of 102 sq in (my range is 100 to 105), 27 in length (perfect), strung weight of 11 oz (my range is 11 to 13), 3 pt head light (my range is 2 to 8) and stiffness RDC of 62 (I go for 65 or less). See it at http://www.donnayusa.com/shop/product.php?id=112. Donnay’s website lists it as a top seller these days, and based on what I can gather so far, I am not surprised! It looks good, but more importantly it purports to minister to your shoulder, elbow and arm in typical Donnay fashion. Of course, one of the best selling points Donnay has going for it is its custom weighting kit that fits most of its racquets, including this one. See this at http://www.donnayusa.com/shop/product.php?id=44. Utilizing this kit allows you to add weight in a variety of stick locations (without having to mess with messy lead tape) as well as adjust balance (making it even more head light, for example). Donnay posts here http://blog.donnayusa.com/racquet-review-donnay-pro-one-midplus/ a review of the Pro One Midplus originally published at www.tennis.com by John Levy and Mark Avedikian. Mark does a fine job of assessment and notes both strengths and weakness from his playtest experience. I am guessing its strengths would far outweigh its weaknesses for a player as myself But to know for sure, let me hit the courts with it! If any of you have tried or bought the Pro One Midplus and have any insight, let me know your thoughts. Happy new year!
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