What people are saying about the BLACKBURNE Double Strung Racquet
Teaching professionals use our racquet.
Touring professionals play and tell.
How we help competitive amateurs.
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Professional stringers know how to string our racquet.
Juniors are improving their games now.
Double Strung racquet...years in the making...designed to solve long-standing
problems in racquet science."
The racquet has
improved my serves, lobs, and drop shots by 50%
...Ive never played with
a racquet so unique, and so lethal, as the Blackburne Double Strung.
Its added more
power to my serve and a lot more bite and action to my serve and ground
...I had more
kick [with the Blackburne racquet] in my serve and more accuracy at the
net and I was able to beat someone who has consistently beaten me.
Its the most innovative racquet that I have ever played with!
the easiest racquet to string, but its very straightforward and can be
strung by any Certified Racquet Technician (CRT) and most professional
up the Blackburne Double Strung and I just couldnt put it down. Playing
with it, I won the USPTR 65 National Doubles Championship and was
runner up in the Singles Championships. I like the racquet.
The only problem with the racquet is getting people to change. Its
much harder than you think."
has become a lot more consistent and with more spin (both top spin and
backspin). The racquet has also given me a lot more confidence to
go for winners.
...It is certainly
different in many respects. Going back to my ordinary, formerly
excellent racquet, was like trying to swing a wooden log or an iron bar!
"Whether youre a rank beginner or a pro-caliber player,
this new racquet promises to improve virtually every aspect of your game.
Over twenty years in development, it can give you more topspin, more slice
on your serve, error-free topspin lobs, perfect smashes, and clean volleys."
the past year I have been hampered by shoulder and rotator problems. Ever
since I started using the Blackburne Double Strung Racquet four months
ago, the problem has gradually disappeared."