Dunlop Tristorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket - [Frame Only]

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Grip Size: G0
Sale price£74.99 Regular price£104.99

1. Purpose of Play:

  • Beginners: A larger head size provides more power and a bigger sweet spot, making it forgiving for off-center hits.
  • Intermediate Players: A mid-plus head size offers a balance between power and control.
  • Advanced Players: Often prefer smaller head sizes for precision and control, but it requires consistent hitting technique.

2. Weight:

  • Lighter Rackets (260-280g): Easier to maneuver, suitable for beginners, juniors, or players with a slower swing speed.
  • Medium Weight (280-310g): Offers a mix of power and control. Suitable for many intermediate players.
  • Heavier Rackets (310g+): Provides more stability and power but requires good technique. Preferred by many advanced players.

3. Balance:

  • Head-Heavy: Offers more power, especially for players with shorter swings.
  • Even-Balance: Balanced feel, suitable for a broad range of players.
  • Head-Light: Easier to maneuver, favored by advanced players and those at the net in doubles.

4. String Pattern:

  • Open (16x18 or 16x19): Provides more spin and power but might wear out strings faster.
  • Dense (18x20): Offers more control and string durability.

5. Choosing the Right Grip Size:

  • Method 1: Ruler Test:

    1. Open your dominant hand and extend your fingers.
    2. Using a ruler, measure the distance from the middle of your palm to the tip of your ring finger.
    3. Typically, measurements between 4 to 4 3/8 inches suit most adults.
  • Method 2: On-Racket Test:

    1. Hold the racket as you would for a backhand.
    2. There should be a finger's width of space between your fingers and the base of your thumb.
  • Common Grip Sizes:

    • Size 0: 4 inches
    1. Size 1: 4 1/8 inches
    2. Size 2: 4 1/4 inches
    3. Size 3: 4 3/8 inches
    4. Size 4: 4 1/2 inches
    5. Size 5: 4 5/8 inches

Note: When in doubt, go for the smaller grip size. Overgrips can be added to increase the grip size, but reducing a grip is more challenging.


Discover the perfect balance of power, control, and stability with the Dunlop Tristorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket.

  • Head size: 100 sq. in.
  • Length: 27 in.
  • Weight (unstrung): 255g / 9oz
  • Balance (unstrung): 335mm / 3 pts HL
  • String pattern: 16x19
  • Beam width: 23-25-23 mm
  • Grip size: 1-4
  • Recommended string tension: 45-65 lbs

Designed for intermediate players seeking a reliable and versatile racket, the Tristorm Pro 255 delivers exceptional performance and allows you to take your game to new heights.

Key Features:

  1. TriForce Frame Geometry: The unique TriForce Frame Geometry provides a larger sweet spot and increased torsional stability, resulting in enhanced power, control, and accuracy for players of all levels.

  2. Sonic Core Technology: Featuring Infinergy® by BASF, the Sonic Core Technology within the frame reduces vibrations, increases energy return, and expands the sweet spot for maximum power, comfort, and feel on every shot.

  3. PowerGrid StringTech: The innovative PowerGrid StringTech system ensures a larger sweet spot, providing greater power and control even on off-center hits. Experience consistency and precision with every stroke.

  4. Lightweight Design: The Tristorm Pro 255 boasts a lightweight frame, allowing for easy maneuverability and quick reactions, making it perfect for players seeking to improve their all-around game.

  5. Premium Construction: Crafted from high-quality materials, the Tristorm Pro 255 offers a durable and long-lasting frame that delivers consistent performance on the court.

The Dunlop Tristorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket is the ideal choice for players looking to elevate their game with a versatile and reliable racket. With its advanced technology and innovative design, the Tristorm Pro 255 provides the perfect combination of power, control, and stability to help you conquer the court.

Order your Dunlop Tristorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket today and experience the breakthrough in performance!

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