Current Tour Players
Past Tour Players
Donnay's Past Pros
    James Blake  
    Current Racquet: Donnay Pro One

Blake is known for his speed and powerful, flat forehand. His career highlights include reaching the final of the 2006 Tennis Masters Cup, the semifinals of the Beijing Olympics and the quarterfinals of the Australian Open (2008) and U.S. Open (2005, 2006). His two titles for the United States at the Hopman Cup are an event record. Blake was a key performer for the United States 2007 Davis Cup championship team, going 2-0 in the championship tie vs. Russia at second singles. In 2005, Blake was presented with the Comeback Player of the Year award for his remarkable return to the tour. Later, in 2008, Blake was awarded another honor by the ATP where he was named the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year.
    Bethanie Mattek-Sands  
    Current Racquet: Donnay Formula

Mattek-Sands’ Australian Open mixed doubles triumph this year came just months after an MRI revealed a severe 15-millimeter tear in her rotator cuff that forced her to withdraw from all but one event in the second half of the 2011 season. Ironically, the injury occurred when she was having her best season in her 11-year WTA Tour career. She barely even practiced in September and October of last year. She credits overcoming her shoulder injury to aggressive rehab, hard work and the ultra-comfort of her Donnay Formula racquet that she began using late last year. Known as the “Lady Gaga of Tennis” for her flamboyant and creative attire, the Phoenix-based American has also showed plenty of dramatic flair in competition over the years. She made history in the semifinal round of the 2010 Fed Cup against Russia where she became the first woman to win consecutive live matches in a Fed Cup tie and move team USA to the final.
    Philipp Petzschner  
    Current Racquet: Donnay Pro One

Two-time Grand Slam champion Petzschner was the first German ATP player to win a Major since Boris Becker in 1996 when he and doubles partner Jurgen Melzer took the 2010 Wimbledon title. Last year he again teamed with Melzer to win the U.S. Open doubles championship. In singles, the player known for his hard-hitting and lightning speed on the court won his first ATP singles title in Vienna, upsetting top-seeded Stanislas Wawrinka in the first round and defeating French star Gael Monfils in straight sets (6-4, 6-4) in the final. As of late April, his doubles ranking was No. 16 and he was the No. 2 German singles player.
    Lukasz Kubot  
    Current Racquet: Donnay X-P Dual

Kubot is the top-ranked singles player from Poland on the ATP Tour, known for his powerful serve, solid forehand and long reach. He has successfully represented his country in Davis Cup play 12 times since 2001, amassing a 16-6 record in singles and 4-0 in doubles. In 2009, he became the first male Polish singles finalist in 26 years at the Belgrade event. Teamed with Oliver Marach, he has captured five ATP World Tour doubles titles.

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