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Win | Dunlop CX 200 TOUR 18×20 RACKET

Dunlop has unveiled its new super premium CX Series tennis racket range, its most technologically advanced to date along with its “Journey For Perfection” campaign.

Powered by Srixon technology, the CX Series has been developed over the past 18 months to provide users with increased power, comfort and control. Endorsed by Kevin Anderson, the CX200 18×20 features a redesigned beam and a more responsive string bed. With its surgical 95-square-inch head, dense 18×20 string pattern and thin beam, the CX 200 Tour 18×20 not only retains the phenomenal control and feel of its predecessor, but it also lives up to the iconic racquets that have graced the 200 moniker.

Play shots with more power, comfort and control, thanks to a thinner front edge, enabling more frame compression which enhances the sweet spot. The re-engineered aerodynamic Aero-Box frame features sharper angles and cuts through the air to hit a faster, cleaner shot.

The CX Tour has Sonic Core technology with Infinergy, a uniquely elastic material that dampens impact shock and reduces frame vibrations by up to 37%, giving a more comfortable hitting sensation. Infinergy® foam developed by BASF, offers much greater rebound properties compared to original Sonic Core material resulting in faster ball speed off the racket.

This racquet also gets updated with Dunlop’s new PowerGrid StringTech system, which features wider crosses in the upper half of the string bed, creating a 30% larger sweet spot, evenly distributing power across the string bed. Feel every shot, play every ball with confidence and never worry about overhitting. The CX 200 Tour 18×20 is perfect if you’re an advanced player with a big swing.

This racquet remains an obvious choice for experienced players who want a classic player’s racquet that moves fast enough for the modern game.

We have teamed up with our friends at Dunlop for one (1) lucky person to win a Dunlop CX 200 Tour 18×20 Racket.

To win answer this simple question.

In which round of Wimbledon 2018 did Kevin Anderson beat John Isner in their 6 hours and 36 minutes epic match?


  • One winner will be selected from random from all corrected entries received.
  • Competition closes at 23:59 on 15th January 2019.

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