Dunlop Srixon Revo CX 2.0 Racquet Review
Dunlop’s Srixon Revo CX 2.0 is ideal for the player who wants control, spin and feel in a speedy package. At 11.2oz, this racquet is perfectly weighted for intermediate level players. It should also work for the more advanced player who needs a maneuverable option or a solid platform for customization. With its thin 21mm beam and fairly compact 98in² head, the CX 2.0 has a wonderfully precise and accurate response. Thanks to Dunlop’s Synchro Charge System, the CX 2.0 benefits from a special graphite construction which is designed to improve the feel and stability on off-center impact. It also has Sonic Core Technology, which injects urethane and silicone into the head of the frame to increase dwell time and energy return (think power and spin). From the baseline the CX 2.0 feels accurate on full swings, and the firm feel makes you feel very connected to the ball. The open 16×19 string pattern has the required bite for bringing the ball down hard, and there’s just enough pop for keeping your opponent off-balance. Although it lacks the stability and plow-through of a 12+ ounce player’s racquet, the CX 2.0 has great feel in stock form. At, net the CX 2.0 moves into position quickly, making it easier for you to spring into action when opportunity knocks. On serves, the controlled and spin-friendly response will allow you to swing big and generate plenty of power. This racquet also shines on service returns where it comes around fast to deliver easy targeting. With the Srixon Revo CX 2.0, Dunlop has created a light and very user-friendly player’s racquet. This is a solid option for intermediate and advanced players.


Ricky Dartawan says:

How does this compare with the 18×20 tour version?

Mark Richards says:

Just from the video it sounds like there’s more negatives than positives…

ThePaul Steezo says:

You going to stock the Srixon bags as well??

80sruler says:

I always pay attention to what Jay says as we have similar games

Shervin Shafiei says:

please review the Dunlop Srixon Revo CX 2.0 LS

Humpday391 says:

What string or string hybrid would you recommend to increase the power and add some spin to this?

iketu65 says:

The paint job looks ancient.

JmarkPrime says:

How does this compare to the 4d 300 tour? Specs are very similar besides string pattern

Joshua Coronel says:

Hey TW, hows Andy doing? I noticed he hasn’t been around for a while, has he left you guys?

capricornmagic63 says:

I have never ever heard a pro say they play with a particular frame due to the ‘ new technologies ‘ that racket companies use to encourage rec players to buy rackets.

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