American tennis player Michael Mmoh signs with Dunlop



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American tennis player Michael Mmoh signs with Dunlop

22 year old American tennis player Michael Mmoh has signed a deal with Dunlop, according to the company website

American tennis player Michael Mmoh signs with Dunlop

Mmoh will play with the SX 300 frame from Dunlop. He has already started using the SX 300 as he trains at IMG Academy ahead of the U.S.

Open. As per the Dunlop website, Mmoh says, “Tennis is about improving, every single day. I firmly believe part of that improvement can come from your equipment. You need to use a racket that not only suits your game, but improves your game.

I felt that with the SX 300. I have been testing and training with some of the best players in the world at IMG and had great results. Now I look forward to getting back out there to wield it against tournament competition”.

Masahiro Asahino, Head of Tennis Division for SRI, says, "We’ve worked very closely with Michael over the past few months, and we’re happy to report that he’s beyond satisfied with his SX 300; he feels like it will actively help his game as he climbs the rankings.

Testing rackets is a process with all players. 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.

We’re all looking forward to seeing him in action with the SX 300 later this month”.

22 year old Michael Mmoh is a former World No.

2 in the junior category. He won the under 18s Boys National Championship in Kalamazoo. He also reached the semifinals at the 2015 Junior French Open. Mmoh was born in Saudi Arabia, where he lived until the age of 13. His father, Tony Mmoh, was also a professional tennis player who represented Nigeria and reached a career-high ranking of 105 in the world.

Michale Mmoh is currently ranked No. 182 in the world and some of his best wins include victories over Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut and Germany's Mischa Zverev. At the 2020 Australian Open, Mmoh reached the second round and scored his first main draw victory with a straight sets win over Pablo Andujar.