Dunlop Tristorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket 2024 - Strung

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Grip Size: G0
Sale price£64.99 Regular price£89.99

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.


Dunlop TriStorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket: Precision and Power in Perfect Harmony

Unlock your full potential on the court with the Dunlop TriStorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket, meticulously designed for players who demand both power and control. Featuring a lightweight frame and an increased head size, this racket ensures maximum power and spin potential, making it a formidable choice for any competitive player.

Key Performance Features:

  • Lightweight Frame: The Dunlop TriStorm Pro 255 is built for speed and agility, allowing you to maneuver effortlessly and react swiftly to every shot.
  • Increased Head Size: Achieve greater power and spin potential with the larger head size, ensuring every shot is impactful.
  • Medium Stiffness Frame: Provides excellent stability and control, enabling you to hit precise shots with minimal effort.
  • Open String Pattern: The 16x19 string pattern enhances spin and power, making your volleys and groundstrokes more effective.


  • Strung or Unstrung? Strung
  • Weight Unstrung (+/- 5g): 255 grams
  • Head Size: 100 square inches
  • Beam Width: 24 mm
  • Balance (+/- 5mm): 330 mm
  • String Pattern: 16x19
  • Length: 27 inches
  • Composition: High-quality Graphite
  • Includes Racket Cover? No

Designed for players who strive for excellence, the Dunlop TriStorm Pro 255 Tennis Racket combines innovative design with premium materials to deliver unmatched performance. Whether you're hitting powerful serves or precise volleys, this racket ensures you have the power and control needed to dominate the game. Experience the perfect blend of power and precision with the Dunlop TriStorm Pro 255.

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