The Super G 10 (295g) is an impressive update to the Organix 10 (295g). Like its predecessor this racquet gives intermediate and advanced players the control of a player’s racquet minus the heavy weight. At only 11 ounces, this stick whips very rapidly through contact, providing easy spin and near effortless targeting. With its V-Sponse Technology Volkl adds extra dampening to the grommets and Biofeel grip pin. The result is a racquet that combines an arm-friendly feel with just enough pop to drive the ball effectively. Advanced players looking to hit heavier balls will find plenty of room for weight customization. At net the Super G 10 (295g) plays fast and is well suited to heated exchanges. On serves, the combination of speed and precision is a recipe for nasty slices and kickers. Ultimately, this well dampened racquet is a great option for any player that wants control without having to trade away an ounce of speed.

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LandauerTV

May 9, 2020

Is this racket similar to the Wilson Six One Team 95 ?

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S Allan

May 9, 2020

Hi Chris. I'm interested that you preferred this racquet to the 325. I've tested the 325 version of this racquet and liked it – to me it felt reasonably light and reasonably manoeuvrable, with good pop and spin. I'm wondering however if this one might give me more room to customise (my current racquet is a good bit lighter – Warrior 100 ESP – but needs lead in the hoop to get going). However, i'm worried that the inherently lighter racquet O10 might lack plough and stability against faster shots. Can you comment on that please? Did you notice a difference in this respect?  PS: where is the weight saving made – is it the handle/throat?

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Jassiel Rodriguez

May 9, 2020

Tennis Warehouse,

What brand is the green grip from the video intro Brittany is holding?
Thanks,
Jass

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Pang Yee Fun

May 9, 2020

Hi, Chris.
What is your thought of X10G 295's maneuverability, stability, power and spin compare with BB London? Thank you.

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Tennis Warehouse

May 9, 2020

@ryan seeto,
TGV is a nice option for both this racquet and the APD.
Andy, TW

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ryan seeto

May 9, 2020

Is the technifibre TGV string good for power and spin? And does it suit the babolat aeropro drive + well?

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