Pablo Andujar is a Spanish professional tennis player who has won four ATP singles titles and has a career high ranking of number 32 in the world.
This article will look at what racket Andujar is playing with for the 2023 ATP Tour.
What Tennis Racket Does Pablo Andujar play with in 2023?
Pablo Andujar currently endorses the latest Prince Phantom range of rackets but he actually plays with an older Prince racket called the Prince O3 Tour.
A close alternative to the O3 Tour is the Prince Phantom Pro 100 which is available in most good tennis shops.
Prince Phantom Rackets are also available to purchase from Amazon and if you purchase using the link below you will be helping to support our blog as we will earn a small commission from the sale at no additional cost to you.
Specs – Prince O3 Tour vs Phantom Pro 100
The O3 Tour and Phantom Pro 100 have very similar specs so the Pro 100 is a good option for someone who wants to play with a racket similar to the one Andujar actually plays with.
The main differences between the two rackets are:
- The Pro 100 has a lower swing weight
- The O3 Tour has a 16 x 19 string pattern while the Pro 100 has a 16 x 18 string pattern.
- The O3 Tour has a much lower stiffness rating so will be more arm friendly.
- The O3 Tour is slightly more head light
- The O3 Tour has a thicker beam width
Should a Recreational Player Play with these rackets?
Both of these rackets are more suited to an advanced player than a beginner to an intermediate player as they are relatively heavy frames with small sweet spots.
This means you will need to have a full swing and be able to generate your own power in order to get the best out of these rackets.
My own preference would be to go for the Pro 100 as it is a lot less stiff than the O3 Tour so I am less likely to have arm issues as I have suffered from tennis elbow in the past.
What Strings does Pablo Andujar Use?
Pablo uses Luxilon Big Banger Original to string his rackets, which is a polyester string that is one of the most popular strings on the men’s tour as it provides excellent control, spin, and durability.
Does Pablo Andujar play with a Vibration Dampener?
No, from looking at matches he has played it appears that Pablo does not use a vibration dampener on his frame.