Dunlop Srixon CX 200 Tour 18×20 Tennis Racquet Review

Dunlop Srixon CX 200 Tour 18×20 Tennis Racquet Review

Endorsed by Kevin Anderson, this control oriented racquet provides speed, precision and feel for big swinging players.

Updated with more plow through and pop, watch to see how our playtesters liked this update and comment below to let us know if you have any questions!

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Dunlop Srixon CX 200 Tour 18×20 Tennis Racquet Review

Comments

strawbewwy says:

“mid size”

Fernando Rodriguez says:

Did Troy end up adding weight to this frame?

Haj Restrappenin says:

Great review Troy, Sean and Chris. If you’re just going to say “I agree with the others but it’s not as good as my RF97” on every review why even bother playtesting, Michelle?

Drink The Earth says:

@Tennis Warehouse, my hyper g strings are starting to slide in the left or right side of the main strings but the center strings are still tight and aren’t sliding. Do you think its time for a restring. Its been in my racket since February and I play for a high school team.

Austin Stark says:

This compared to the phantom 100p?

Jimmy says:

When will you guys start selling the 16×19 version?

E P says:

Impressive review from Sean. That explanation of the different launch angles between 18×20 and 16×19 is spot on. TW should give him his own series for us tennis nerds. Can’t wait for the 16×19 review, BTW.

Tennisnerd says:

Nice review, guys! Testing this stick at the moment too…definitely a good idea to string it low!

Raidyification says:

Srixon is a wildly popular racket brand where I live but it always feels like there’s a pool noodle inside of the frame when I playtest one. The feel is really unique to Srixon but they make great rackets.

Hans Bunyi says:

The pointy part of the strings and the red strip don’t line up and it makes me REALLY uncomfortable

Migelowsky says:

Sean is one of the best reviewers you have had , I’ve been watching TW video reviews for a long time and he’s very eloquent , smart and can play.

Aintnuttinbutathang Homeycheeseslice says:

Hi
I demo’d the srixon revo cv3.0 f tour and was very impressed. It had plenty of power and very good control , light enough without twisting in my hand. Feel and control at net was my only real concern (perhaps string replacement).

I play doubles and roughly a 3.0-3.5 player.

Is the CX model a good all around racquet especially for doubles and net play? Any other suggestions?
Thanks

Fernando Rodriguez says:

Sean gets it!

Mateusz Wnuk says:

Hey Tennis Warehouse! What is a nice control and power-oriented racket on the market between the 280-285g weight? I use the Wilson Ultra 100L but I think it doesn’t give me as much control as my previous Radical. Any tips?

Chris Green says:

Please could you compare it to the Ultra Tour?

Johnny Guitare says:

Great review, as usual. Quick question: how does this play compared to a Prince Phantom 93P, which has similar characteristics?

Patrick Hamning says:

Ayo Dunlop, we need that 200 16×19 string pattern. hook a brotha up!!!

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