Racket Specs Comparison – Ultra 100 vs Extreme MP
Main Differences: The Ultra 100 has a slightly lower swing weight (317 vs 322), a higher frame stiffness rating (70 vs 66), and a thicker beam width (24mm / 26.5mm / 25mm vs 23mm / 26mm / 21mm).
Similarities: Both rackets have the same head size (100in), racket length (27in), string pattern (16 x 19), and balance (4 pts HL).
|Racket Specs:||Ultra 100||Extreme MP|
|Composition:||Carbon Fiber Graphite||Graphene 360+/Graphite|
|Head Size (sq cm)||645cm||645cm|
|Head Size (sq in)||100in||100in|
|String Pattern||16 x 19||16 x 19|
|HL or HH1||HL||HL|
|Strung Balance (cm)||33.02cm||32.99cm|
|Strung Balance (pts)||4 pts HL||4 pts HL|
|Strung Weight (grams)||318g||318g|
|Strung Weight (ounces)||11.2oz||11.2oz|
|Unstrung Weight (grams)||300g||300g|
|Unstrung Weight (ounces)||10.58oz||10.58oz|
|Beam Width (mm)||24mm / 26.5mm / 25mm||23mm / 26mm / 21mm|
1 Head Light or Head Heavy
Pros and Cons
The Ultra 100 is a good all round racket that will suit a wide range of playing styles and skill levels with the main con being that it is a relatively stiff frame.
The Extreme MP offers tons of spin and feel but you will find that it is better at the baseline than it is at the net.
Head to Head
The Ultra 100 wins in terms of power but the Extreme MP is the better option in terms of control, spin, and comfort.
Both rackets are best used by intermediate or advanced recreational players as they are relatively heavy tennis rackets that are not suitable for beginners.
|Player Level||Ultra 100||MP|