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Pro Kennex Ki 5 320 (older non 2018 model)
Open level baseline player with a semi-western forehand and a two handed backhand. The Pro Kennex Ki 5 turned out to be a pretty interesting playtest for us. The feel was great, it was pretty stable, and I didn’t notice too much of a drop off in power when I hit outside of the sweetspot, but this just isn’t the kejnex for my game. He critiqued, “I struggled the most during this test with the serve.
Although I didn’t feel like this racquet amplified my game, it was a comfortable racquet that was easy to hit with. This was mostly due to the fact that I’m used to a racquet with a swingweight in the range. This allowed one tester to get easy spin and one tester to find easy power, while two others felt the lack of mass in the hoop prevented them from generating enough power, especially on their flatter first serves. A couple testers commented on how a little more weight distributed toward the hoop would have given the racquet a bit more plow through and spin potential, so that seems to be the trade-off for the excellent maneuverability.
We thank Pro Kennex who provided us the rackets for our tests. Our testers appreciated the plush feel and good maneuverability the Ki 5 offered around the net, but at times we would have liked a bit more mass in the hoop for more stability and to help our volleys move through the court more.
PROKENNEX KI 5 () REVIEW
Chris liked the easy power that he got from the Ki 5but he didn’t feel that he was getting all that much spin on his second serves. My slice backhand had good control but lacked the plow through and easy depth that I get from a heftier racquet like the Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph. You’ll find more information on cookies at Data Protection.
All content copyright Tennis Warehouse. I think some added weight to the hoop would help with stability and put away power. My favorite serve to hit with it was my kick serve. There were some mixed feelings from our playtest team when it came to serving with the Ki 5 All content copyright Tennis Warehouse.
Open level kennsx court player with a semi-western forehand grip and a two-handed backhand. I thought the racquet lacked a bit of mass in the hoop that would’ve made hitting chip returns a little easier, but all in all, I was pretty dialed in with my favorite shot in the game — the return of serve. Andy – “I would’ve liked a bit more spin potential on my forehand side, and I thought it was a little underpowered on my serve.
I was craving more mass in the hoop to help provide some easier depth on my volleys.
I also like the updated cosmetic more than the previous version. Likes Chris – “I liked the comfort, stability and plow through power of the Ki 5 Quick and easy to swing fast. Andy – “The Ki 5 has a plush and comfortable, yet solid feel. He said, “I struggled the most with my return of serve.
Pro Kennex Ki 5 (older non model) | Talk Tennis
Comparing it to other rackets they’ve used, our testers said: Troy liked the maneuverability of the Ki kennxebut he would have liked a bit more plow kenmex and spin potential. Michelle – “I was hoping for a bit more plow through a great platform for customization, though.
Andy – “Overall, I really enjoyed this playtest and could easily take this racquet into competition. Open level baseline player with a semi-western forehand and a two handed backhand.
The racquet suited Andy’s return game, too, and he raved, “I really liked this racquet for returning serve. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts.
Both racquets can be swung fast, but I found a bit more precision and control out of the ProKennex.