The Dunlop Tempo Tour 4.0 is another $75 model from Dunlop in 2019 and it’s 165 grams. There’s also the Tempo Pro (160 grams) and the Tempo Elite (155 grams).
The Dunlop Tempo Pro 4.0 is a $75 model coming out from Dunlop in 2019:
The Dunlop Tempo Elite 4.0 is an $80 traditional head shape frame from Dunlop for 2019:
Finally in Dunlop’s low-priced 2019 rackets we have the Dunlop Blaze Tour 4.0, a traditional bridged head with traditional stringing pattern:
The Dunlop Blaze Pro 4.0 is a low-priced teardrop racket from Dunlop for 2019:
The Dunlop Blaze Inferno 4.0 is a low-priced 2019 racket from Dunlop with a traditional bridged throat and fan stringing pattern:
Alison Waters will be using the Ashaway PowerKill 115 starting with the 2019 season: Her string is the classic SuperNick XL.
From Fares Dessouky’s Instagram: He’s holding the Tecnifibre Dynergy APX 120.
The Dunlop Blackstorm Titanium 4.0 is another mid-priced 2019 model from Dunlop in the Blackstorm range. It replaces the Dunlop Blackstorm Titanium 3.0.
The Dunlop Blackstorm Power 4.0 is a mid-priced Dunlop model from 2019. It replaces the Dunlop Blackstorm Power 3.0.