Pro One GT 18x20 Quad-Core
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Arm Protection

Xenecore provides Superior Shock & Vibration Absorption, results in NO MORE chronic Tennis Elbow, Shoulder or Wrist Injuries.

Play Better, Safer & Injury Free Tennis with Donnay.

  • RACQUET DETAILS & SPECS
  • CORE INFO

Head size: 97sqi
Unstrung Weight: 305g
Unstrung Balance: 315mm
Strung Weight: 11.2oz
Strung Balance: 5 Points HL
Strung Swing Wt: 315
String Pattern: 18x20
Stiffness (RDC): 57
Grip: Cushion
Rec. String Tension: 45lbs (+/- 10)
Beam Width: 21/21/21mm
Length: 27
Technology: Quad XēneCore™

The Pro One GT Quads in both the 16x19 and 18x20 string pattern are lower-cost alternatives to their Pentacore Pro One counterparts. The differences between the Penta and Quad versions are the additional fifth core in the Penta versions and the improved configuration of the cores that improve both the comfort and playability over the GT Quads.  Quadcore rackets are designed for ultimate

rather than comfort.

The 16x19 GT Quad is for players who hit with big spin and are looking for a slight power edge, while 18x20 version is more for the control-obsessed player because of its tighter string pattern.

The Quad series are great for budget-minded weekend warriors who play for fun and to beat their opponents in the regular Saturday morning game or make it to the finals of the club or park tournament, while the Penta versions are for those who aspire to take the top trophy.

 

Single-Core to Hexacore (6 Cores)

Hexacore-filled Xenecore racquets provide "feels soft/hits hard" results because of the addition of a fifth or sixth core over the previous quad, tri, dual and single core frames.With more cores on each side of the shaft, they provide even more comfort, power, stability, precision, accuracy and control.

Even though these racquets are flexible for control, they provide power without torquing at high velocities. The coefficient of restitution is extremely high which provides this unprecedented power. So the 200 pounds of force transmitted to your arm from hollow racquets is reduced by 70 percent with Hexacore.

The new Donnay-Xenecore Formula Hexacore and their lighter cousins, the Xenecore Formula Pentacore & Hexacore Lites, are a virtual extension of the arm with its astonishing paradoxical combination of big-league power and sublime comfort.The Formula Hexacore translates into pure power, but unlike conventional stiff frames such as the best-selling Babolats Pure Drive and AeroPro, it is easy on the arm.Play test results show it has the inherit big-league power and specifications of the best-selling Babolats but with a smooth, buttery feel, a larger sweet spot andbest-in-industry stability.

Herxacore Pro One 97 with its flex-rating of 59 provides pinpoint control and feel for 4.0 -and-up players. For the Head Prestige or Wilson Blade players with high-velocity full swings, it means no torquing and the ability to direct the ball where you want it to go.


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Why Donnay Xenecore Racquets?


We specialize in arm friendly tennis racquets for tennis elbow relief. Our racquets offer better


☑️ Comfort

☑️Stability

☑️Power

☑️Control

 than any other brand's. This is due to Xenecore's unique solid construction. Competition's hollow racquets can't compete with our stability, power, and control of our solid-core racquets. 



**We are the only brand with this High Density Foam like material filling the entire inside of our racquets.

MADE.

How are Donnay Xenecore racquests made?

The conventional racket is made by inflating the carbon fiber frame under pressure by putting air into the end of the racket handler like a balloon.Donnay racquets are not made by air pressure, but by heating multiple microcapsules inside the carbon fiber frame and the microcapsules are inflated to fill the inside of the frame with pressure.

Xenecore is patented in 50 countries.

WHY CHOOSE DONNAY?

Xenecore provides Superior Shock & Vibration Absorption, results inNO MORE chronic Tennis Elbow, Shoulder or Wrist Injuries.No other brands are making such a claim, or offereing a satifaction warranty, for if they did, they would be taking racquets back as fast as they could sell them.

OVER 50%

of recreational & club members, who have been playing tennis for more than a year suffer from some kind of arm injuries in their playing career. The cause of the arm injuries can be due to improper tennis form, but the fundamental causes are mostly attributed to SHOCK & VIBRATION caused by hollow racquet frames made by other brands.

VIBRATION

caused from the impact is transmitted through the hollow cavity to your hand resulting in unwanted injuries.  Countless professional players are quitting tennis due to wrist, elbow, and shoulder injuries!  Also, If the racquet frame is hollow, it is less stable, causing racquets to twist from the impact resulting in less ball control.

70% LESS

When the inside of the frame is filled with our multicore technology, the vibration is reduced up to 70% compared to other racquets.  This prevents elbow injuries, and the stability of the frame is increased for more power and control on your shots.


'THANKS SO MUCH FOR MAKING ARM-SAFE RACQUETS'

- Wesley Albright, Shoals, IN

“Shock has to go somewhere, The Babolat AeroPro was the worst for my arm and the Wilson Blade torqued on off-center hits.” He was diagnosed with a tear in his hitting shoulder, but says “I’m not a big advocate of getting the surgery.”

-Sal Casillio, San Antonio, TX


"The Only Racquet I Allow My Family To Use"

- Paulo Abdala

"I probably have one of the largest original Donnay collections in Europe -- more than 30 frames, like the Pro One 18x20 and the unique X-Dark Red that are exceptional but highly underrated sticks."

-Lambros Papadias, Brussels, Belgium


"More Power than the "viagra" 

-Alfie Liebmann, Aventura, FL

"DONNAY PROVIDES ALL THE COMFORT I WANT, WITHOUT SACRIFICING TOUCH AND FEEL"

- Jason R. Wells, St. Petersburg, FL

More Testimonials


"Not even an oasional tender elbow now" 

-- Joe Liebexchuez, Redwood City, CA

"Switching to Donnay and my exercises have kept my arm healthy" 

-- Landon Switzer, Centennial, CO


"I never realized that at 4-foot-11 I could get so much power from a tennis racquet" 

-- Nancy Roe, Loveland, CO

"The performance of the best frames but they also protect my arm" 

-- Alvaro Sande, Scottsdle, AZ


"My elbow pain ceased after the fourth time I played with the Donnay" 

-- Benoit Heuchenne, Vietiane, Laos

"More power than my old racquet, but not more than I can control" 

-- Bob Spatz, Novato, CA


"How do you get so much power out of such a thin 17-mm] beam [in the X-Dual Silver}?" 

-- Dana Schweitzer, New York, NY

"You can even hear the comfort at first hit from the muted sound that comes when the ball hits the stringbed"

 -- John LeBeau, Des Moines, IA

DONAY HISTORY.

Back when tennis racquets were made from trees, a company called "Donnay" owned and operated by a Belgium furniture company, was by far the most popular tennis brand of racquets in the world.

It seems like every major champion and tennis great before the 90’s used a Donnay racquet, from Rod Laver to Margaret Court and, of course, Bjorn Borg, who became as synonymous with Donnay as his "ice man" image for his calm-court demeanor..In 1981, Donnay produced the most racquets in the world, but the company was slow to transfer to graphite frames and pretty much sat out the decade until it remerged with its own graphite model that Andre Agassi famously used to capture his first Grand Slam title -- Wimbledon in 1992.

NEW ARRIVALS

1910

Oldest Tennis Racquet brand

Margaret Jean Court

Andre Agassi

Rod Laver

Bjorn Borg