Posted on April 07 2022
As mentioned in our main review, The Dunlop SX 300 provides great topspin and control from the baseline, especially if you accelerate through the ball. Two professional players on the ATP tour use the Dunlop SX 300, which is a topspin orientated racket.
Miomir Kecmanovic is a young Serbian tennis player, who broke into the top 40 after winning at 2020 Kitzbuhel, his first ATP title. Kecmanovic began playing tennis at the age of six, moving to Florida at the age of 13 to train at the IMG academy. Fellow Serbian and tennis elite Novak Djokovic was his idol growing up, and he is often compared to Djokovic because of his playing style.
Kecmanovic is supremely athletic, and he plays an aggressive baseline game with a strong two handed backhand. The Dunlop SX 300 aids Kecmanovic's game, because of the power and topspin potential associated with the racket. Kecmanovic switched to the SX 300 after a long period of using the Pure Aero, and he strings it with Dunlop Explosive Spin. He is known for his great power and consistency on the court, and he is definitely one to look out for in the future.
Michael Mmoh began playing tennis at age 3, eventually becoming a professional in 2016. Mmoh broke into Top 100 and achieved career-high No. 96 in 2018 following back-to-back Challenger titles at Columbus and Tiburon. Mmoh started using Dunlop rackets in 2020, with Dunlop stating "In Michael’s case, he was interested in finding a frame that could make his most powerful shot, his forehand, more consistent. The SX 300 generates just enough spin to keep those forehands consistent"
Mmoh had a stellar junior career. He reached #2 in the Boys ITF Junior rankings in 2015 and won the U18s Boys National Championship in Kalamazoo, with his athletic baseline game.