Racket review: ProKennex Kinetic Q5 295
Perhaps a good bet if you drifted away from tennis because of shoulder or elbow pain but now wish to get back on court
One of the most comfortable rackets in this year's intermediate racket reviews, the ProKennex Kinetic Q5 295 is ideal for those getting back into the sport
Perhaps a good bet if you drifted away from tennis because of shoulder or elbow pain but now wish to get back on court.
Lateral epicondylitis - or tennis elbow - has many probable causes, among them the unwanted vibrations from your frame being transmitted up your arm.
ProKennex has put the prevention of tennis elbow at the heart of its K.I. Kinetic range, making it one of the most comfortable rackets tested, while its Kinetic Moveable Mass - the corners of the frame are filled with beads - ensures good plough-through from a highly manoeuverable frame.
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ProKennex Kinetic Q5 295
Head size: 100 sq.in
Unstrung weight: 295g
String pattern: 16x20