Title:
Tennis racket elliptical angular head frame and framing, triple independent strings and strings channels, variable center of gravity systems
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
Tennis Racket comprises an elliptical head frame and framing system design angularly mounted, triple independent strings and strings channels, variable center of gravity, main frame handle body-frame damper systems:

A Tennis Racket in accordance with this present invention which includes an elliptical design head frame and framing system, in which the head system is mounted in a angular 45° asymmetrical configuration changing automatically the general performances and playing concepts of the traditionally tennis rackets with symmetrical longitudinal axis oval head designs improving dramatically the overall performances in all ways, the head framing system, supports the triple independent strings and strings channels supporting a multiple strings tension arrangements and configurations, the handle system, supports a mechanical device with adjustable knob, which support and control manually the racket center of gravity, in which the racket handle system supports the handle body-frame, the main frame damper system and the middle section of the tennis racket yoke portion, which supports two extended arms or shafts symmetrical and asymmetrical aligned, characterizing and representing one of the most relevant parts and components of the present invention.




Inventors:
Kuncz, Ferenc (Miami, FL, US)
Kuncz, Harold (Miami, FL, US)
Kuncz, Igor O. (Miami, FL, US)
Kuncz, Piedad M. (Miami, FL, US)
Application Number:
09/768997
Publication Date:
02/20/2003
Filing Date:
01/24/2001
Assignee:
KUNCZ FERENC
KUNCZ HAROLD
KUNCZ IGOR O.
KUNCZ PIEDAD M.
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
473/543, 473/534
International Classes:
A63B49/02; A63B49/04; A63B49/08; A63B51/00; (IPC1-7): A63B49/02; A63B49/00; A63B51/12
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Primary Examiner:
CHIU, RALEIGH W
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
FERENC KUNCZ (11460 SW 156th AVE., MIAMI, FL, 33196, US)
Claims:
1. A Tennis Racket Elliptical head design and angular head frame and framing system with triple independent strings and strings channels with variable center of gravity, comprising: (a) a tennis racket head frame and framing system support the said elliptical head design said elliptical head support the said head frame and framing system and said angular 45° head frame and framing system rotate from the said longitudinal axis of the said tennis racket, the said angular 45° head frame and framing system rotate over the said head frame and framing system long axis tennis racket center of percussion, in which said head framing system supports the said multiple patterns strings system and said independent strings channels, in which the said head frame and said framing system are asymmetrically mounted and the head rotation are measured from the longitudinally axis of the said tennis racket, therefore, the said head frame and framing system support a variable geometry multiple playing characteristics; (b) a tennis racket head framing system supports the said multiple strings configuration and said triple configurations of strings systems, in which said each string are mounted individually over said independently said string channel system, in which the said head frame and said framing system supports the said tensor main sole central horizontal and vertical string configuration, in which the said tensor main sole central horizontal and vertical string are located in the central portion of the said head framing said channel system, which is aligned horizontally and vertically and respectively measured from the longitudinally axis of the racket center and crossing the central said longitudinal and transversal portion of the said sweet-spot area, in which simultaneously covering the entired said strung area of said head framing system of the present tennis racket, in which the said tensor main sole string crossing and directly contacts with all said head framing strings system said diagonally aligned or said angularly mounted over the said long axis and said short axis said head framing said stringing surface, in which the said long axis head strings system crossing diagonally the entired said long axis said framing system and the said short axis head strings system crossing diagonally the entired said framing system, in which the said long axis and said axis strings systems interwoven with the said central main sole horizontal and vertical string, forming at least 390 cm2 of said primary largest concentrate sweet-spot area; (c) a tennis racket strings system supports the said triple configurations of said strings system, in which the said tensor main sole string support multiple string configurations, in which said horizontal and vertical string pattern is formed by only one string, wherein, said string tension range are the same in horizontal and vertical configuration, in which the said tensor main sole string is arranged in one horizontal and one vertical independently string pattern, in which the said horizontally string tension differs from the vertically string tension range, in which the said tensor main sole string support long axis and short axis configurations, that means, the said central sole string form part of the head framing said long axis and said short axis diagonally aligned strings configuration and enlarging the said primary largest central sweet-spot area, in which the said tensor sole string long and short axis strings system supports the independent tension range adjustment and multiple configurations, in which the said head framing system long axis supports the said top or front strings configurations, in which the said top strings are installed in racket head peripheral top channel configurations, in which the said head framing system short axis supports the said bottom or rear strings configurations, in which the said rear strings are installed in racket head peripheral rear channel configuration, in which said both diagonal long axis and short axis strings system are independently operated and stringing with desired tension range; (d) a tennis racket neck or throat system supports the said innovative neck or throat section, in which the said left and right secondary said straight extensions arms or shafts are angularly mounted and directly embedded into the said head frame cross-section, in which the said left and right secondary angularly mounted said straight extension and said arms or shaft interacts directly with the said head framing strings system, in which the secondary said left arm or shaft angularly mounted are attached directly into the said bottom head frame central portion of the long axis cross-section of the tennis racket head frame, and supports the said angularly mounted long axis strings system configurations, in which the secondary said right arm or shaft angularly mounted are attached directly into the said right head frame central portion of the short axis cross-section of the tennis racket head frame, and supports the short axis central angularly mounted strings system configuration, in which the primary said left straight extension said top portion of the said shaft supports the left angularly mounted extension shaft, in which the primary said right straight extension said top portion of the said shaft supports the right said angularly mounted extension shaft, in which the bottom portion of the right shaft and the left shaft supports the middle section central main tennis racket shaft and the exterior rubber-grip pressure tape supports the said structure-frame surface primary said vibration head frame and framing said damping system; (e) a tennis racket handle system supports the said innovative lower portion extension of the said main head-frame and said head framing system of the said tennis racket, in which the innovative said handle main-frame support the said anti-vibration damper system, in which the said handle body-frame is embedded directly into the lower portion of the said main frame central said shaft, in which the said main frame central shaft support a multiple sections proportional face, in which the upper section supports the widest-portion of the said main frame central portion shaft extension, in which the middle section supports the middle-widest-portion of the said main frame central portion shaft extension, in which the said lower section supports the lowest-portion of the main frame system, in which this particular said handle body-frame is a independent component from main-frame system, in which the said handle body-frame is bonded and embedded directly over the entire surface of the tennis racket lower section main frame shaft, in which the exterior portion of the handle body-frame support the overgrip-tape, in which the handle said main-frame central shaft end lower extension supports the said tennis racket said shock absorber vibration dampening system, in which this said special shock absorber device interacts with the end portion of the said main frame shaft lower extension supporting together the racket shaft and the handle said body-frame, in which the mechanical device support the said center of gravity adjustable weight distribution device system and the exterior adjustable knob.

2. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 1, in which the overall length measured from the said handle end to a top said head portion is at least above or 70 cm/27.56 inches, in which the said dynamic center of gravity or said center of percussion measured form the handle end is at least above or 54.5 cm/21.46 inches, in which the said center of gravity measured from the said handle end is variable and adjustable at least between 35 cm and up to 42 cm/13.78 inches and up to 16.54 inches.

3. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 1, in which the head frame and framing system supporting longitudinally and vertically the said central main sole string and a plurality of said angularly mounted strings systems, in which the said head frame and framing system supporting multiple strings configurations, that means, in which the long axis supports at least above or 15 angular strings, in which the short axis supports at least or above 19 angular strings, in which the center main sole string support 1 string horizontally and vertically aligned with single or multiple string combined configurations, in which the framing system configuration forms at least above or 15×19×1 string pattern.

4. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 3 wherein: the head frame and framing system supporting a plurality of angularly mounted long axis and short axis strings systems, in which the central main sole string form part of the angularly mounted long axis and short axis head framing strings system and it formulates at least above or 17×19 string crossing pattern with single or multiple string configurations.

5. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 4, further comprising: a head frame and framing system supporting a triple strings channels, in which the each said channels strings supporting independently the central, top and bottom strings, in which the central main sole string operate independently from the top and bottom strings channels with a single or multiple strings configurations.

6. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 5, wherein: the head frame and framing strings systems supporting independently the central, top and bottom strings configurations, in which this said multiple strings configurations forms a unique said pyramidal geometric figure in the center of the primary sweet-spot portion or center of percussion of the said tennis racket.

7. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 1, further comprising: a head frame and framing system, in which the throat primary straight shafts keeping the 0° to 70° angle configuration with a defined string hitting area of at least above or 95 square inches.

8. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 7, further comprising: a head frame and framing system, in which the throat primary straight shafts keeping the 0° to 70° angle configuration with a defined string hitting area of at least above or 110 square inches.

9. A tennis racket is claimed in claim 8, further comprising: a head frame and framing system, in which the throat primary straight shafts keeping the 0° to 70° angle configuration with a defined string hitting area at least above or between 95 to 110 square inches.

10. A tennis racket angular head frame and framing system comprising: a variable strings patterns; and a multiple strings configurations; and a variable strings tension; and a triple strings channels; and a asymmetrical head configuration; wherein the tennis racket geometry variable playing characteristics are similar or identical in both faces.

Description:

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0001] 1. Field of the Invention

[0002] 1.a. This present invention relates to a Tennis Racket comprising an elliptical head design supporting a head frame and framing system angularly 45° mounted and rotated from the tennis racket head long axis or from the dynamic center of gravity with head framing supporting triple independent strings and strings channels with handle body-frame supporting a mechanical adjustable center of gravity and main frame damper systems.

[0003] 2. Description of the Related Art

[0004] 2.a. Tennis racket have became very popular in the last years for sport and exercises specially in young generation participation, at the same time and more particularly to improve the general tennis racket performances with new designs and improved light weight materials like carbon fiber, titanium and other combinations, improving new construction techniques and technologies providing a extra-long tennis rackets with or without integral framing system, strings tension configuration, improvements made over the frame cross sections, all possible improvements to reduce vibrations and control torsional elasticity and the most relevant and constantly improvement was made over the sweet-spot area and all combinations of above mentioned improvements.

[0005] 2.b. This part of the patent description of the related art represents to us a difficult challenge, our present invention related to a tennis racket who supports many mayor changes over the conventional tennis racket and other relevant technical improvement matters, we change the shape or in other words we technically re-shaped the head from conventional symmetrical oval egg-shaped designs to a original ellipse or elliptical figure whish is geometrically asymmetrical which is different and advantageous in comparison with the classic tennis rackets design, and after that we rotated in a 45° angle the all framing system from is original racket longitudinal axis or head frame long axis, this particular rotation represent the most advanced improvement in any tennis racket ever build and design, with this head framing system angularly rotated 45° we accommodated a 70 cm overall length tennis racket measured from the end of the handle and extend the dynamic center of gravity or center of percussion up to 54.5 cm measured from the end of the racket handle, with this particular measurement arrangement practically and technically its not available in any other conventional symmetrical tennis rackets.

[0006] 2.c. The other head frame and framing system differences between related arts and our present invention, in which is followed by the triple independent strings, in which the triple independent string channel system having an triple independent tension adjustable strings ranges, where each independent strings are located and parallelly mounted over the peripheral head frame and framing system, the central channel supports the named tensor main sole string, individually mounted in a horizontal and transversal directions from the longitudinal axis of the racket and crossing only over the central horizontal and vertical portion of the sweet-spot area and the center of the diagonal strings, the other two channels, supporting the second and third series of strings, diagonally aligned and parallelly crossing the horizontal and vertical main tensor string over the central sweet-spot area, the horizontal and vertical tensor main sole string opening 390 cm2 of primary concentrate triangular string configurations sweet-spot area, and simultaneously control the strings transmission of waves vibrations related to the head frame and framing system, energy transmitted to the ball, and control the expansion of the strings automatically, with this above particular features it's not available in any other conventional tennis racket.

[0007] 2.d. The neck section or throat, the difference between related arts and our present invention, in which our tennis racket supports a angular head frame and framing system configuration, this neck or throat section parts and components, technically represents the most relevant innovations of this tennis racket, and the basic element who makes it possible to extend the overall length of the racket to 70 cm and locate the dynamic center of gravity in 54.5 cm measured from the end of the handle, at the same time, supporting or holding those primary double asymmetrically arms or shaft designed in a angular position respect to the longitudinal axis of the racket, in which this primary arms or shaft extensions supporting through the throat section portion a double secondary symmetrically straight extension arms or shaft, this primary arms or shafts interconnecting with the bottom head long axis and the head right side short axis cross-section portions of the head frame and framing system of the racket, at the same time, the left primary arm or shaft portion interacts directly with the central bottom long axis head main frame and framing system, supporting the racket long axis head frame and framing system in 45° angle position, and supports at the same time the head framing long axis string systems in a angularly mounted configuration, at the same time, the right side primary arm or shaft portion interacts directly with the central right side short axis head main frame and framing system, supporting the racket right side head frame and framing system in 45° angle position, and supporting the head framing short axis strings system in a angularly mounted configuration, the secondary straight arms or shaft forms the single main throat-base shaft lower central portion of the tennis racket neck section, and interacts with the handle body-frame and damper systems, with this above particular advanced features are not available by any other tennis rackets.

[0008] 2.e. The handle section differences from the prior related arts and our present invention handle section systems, wherein the top portion of the handle support the throat-base shaft embedded inside the top portion of the handle body-frame, in which the main function is to damping or absorbing the framing system transmission of waves vibrations to the hand of the player, the end of the tennis racket handle body-frame support the fixation of the entirety tennis racket throat-base shaft system and support the mechanical adjustable knob which control the variable extension center of gravity of the tennis racket between 35 to 42 cm measured from the handle end, with this advanced future configurations not supported by any other tennis rackets.

[0009] Our principal interest is to present this invention to the tennis world players and all type of tennis products consumers a totally and revolutionary new concept state-of-the-art tennis racket,

[0010] The following U.S. Patent numbers disclosed in a brief descriptions of many backgrounds and acknowledge of each invention.

[0011] U.S. Pat. No. 4,768,786, Kuebler, granted in Sep. 6, 1988, disclose a conventional longitudinal axis symmetrical tennis racket with improved resonance frequency, Kuebler, doesn't relate a Tennis Racket comprising an elliptical head and double extension arms asymmetrical design angularly 45° mounted framing system supporting triple strings with triple independent tension adjustable strings channels configurations with handle support a mechanical adjustable knob to control the variable extension center of gravity of the present Tennis Racket invention.

[0012] U.S. Pat. No. 5,089,098, Petralia, granted in Mar. 24, 1992, disclose a conventional longitudinal axis symmetrical Tennis Racket with support an improvement shock and vibration absorbent system having as a base a fibrous reinforced composed organic materials, Petralia, doesn't relate a Tennis Racket comprising an elliptical head and double extension arms asymmetrical design angularly 45° mounted framing system supporting triple strings with triple independent tension adjustable strings channels configurations with handle support a mechanical adjustable knob to control the variable extension center of gravity of the present Tennis Racket invention.

[0013] U.S. Pat. No. 5,141,228, Soong, granted in Aug. 25, 1992, disclose a conventional longitudinal axis symmetrical Tennis Racket with shock absorbing string post damping device system, Soong, doesn't relate a Tennis Racket comprising an elliptical head and double extension arms asymmetrical design angularly 45° mounted framing system supporting triple strings with triple independent tension adjustable strings channels configurations with handle support a mechanical adjustable knob to control the variable extension center of gravity of the present Tennis Racket invention.

[0014] U.S. Pat. No. 5,211,691, Sol, granted in May. 18, 1993, disclose a conventional longitudinal axis symmetric Tennis Racket which has a frame joined to a longitudinal extending handle on an axis of symmetry of the racket, Sol, doesn't relate a Tennis Racket comprising an elliptical head and double extension arms asymmetrical design angularly 45° mounted framing system supporting triple strings with triple independent tension adjustable strings channels configurations with handle support a mechanical adjustable knob to control the variable extension center of gravity of the present Tennis Racket invention.

[0015] U.S. Pat. No. 5,865,694, Duong-Van, granted in Feb. 2, 1999, disclose a conventional longitudinal axis symmetric Tennis Racket with vibration damping and torsional elasticity, Duong-Van, doesn't relate a Tennis Racket comprising an elliptical head and double extension arms asymmetrical design angularly 45° mounted framing system supporting triple strings with triple independent tension adjustable strings channels configurations with handle support a mechanical adjustable knob to control the variable extension center of gravity of the present Tennis Racket invention.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0016] Other objects, features and advantages will occur to those skilled in the art from the following description of a preferred embodiment and the accompanying drawings, in which.

[0017] FIG. 1 is a front elevation view of the preferred embodiment of a tennis racket showing the innovative elliptical head design angularly 45° mounted framing system, the head framing system supporting the innovative triple independent strings and channels systems, the neck section supporting the innovative multiple section extensions arms asymmetrically designed, the handle section supporting the innovative body-frame main fixation and the adjustable control of the center of the gravity systems all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

[0018] FIG. 2 is a rear elevation view of the preferred embodiment of a tennis racket showing the innovative elliptical head design angularly 45° mounted framing system, the head framing system supporting the innovative triple independent strings and channels systems, the neck section supporting the innovative multiple section extensions arms asymmetrically designed, the handle section supporting the innovative body-frame main fixation and the adjustable control of the center of the gravity systems all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

[0019] FIG. 3 is a right side elevation view of the another preferred embodiment of the tennis racket showing the innovative head framing independent triple strings and strings channels system, detailing the central, top and bottom strings arrangements, neck section portion and the handle portion configuration systems all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

[0020] FIG. 4 is a left side elevation view of the another preferred embodiment of the tennis racket showing the innovative head framing independent triple strings and strings channels system, detailing the central, top and bottom strings arrangements, neck section portion and the handle portion configuration systems all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

[0021] FIG. 5, is a bottom elevation view of the tennis racket showing the innovative handle end adjustable knob control device system detailing the head framing triple strings independent central, top and bottom channels system supporting the head peripheral strings and channels cover protector device system all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

[0022] FIG. 6 is a top elevation view of the tennis racket showing the innovative head framing system strings and strings channels cover protector device detailing the handle end top portion arrangements all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

[0023] FIG. 7 is a front elevation in cross-sectional view of the tennis racket innovative handle main-framing shock-damping system detailing the handle body-frame embedded into the main-framing end portion of the tennis racket supporting the adjustable knob device detailing the variable extension center of gravity control system all parts and components, which is constructed in accordance with the present invention.

DETAILED DISCLOSURE OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

[0024] Referring to FIG. 1 is a front elevation view of the preferred embodiment of the tennis racket 1, showing the innovative elliptical head design 2 angularly 45° mounted framing systems, the innovative head framing systems 2 supports the innovative triple independent strings system 6-6a/5-5a and the strings channels system 8, the head framing systems 2, supports the tensor main sole central horizontal string 6 and the main sole central vertical string 6a, the tensors main sole central horizontal 6 and vertical 6a strings are located only on the central portion of the head framing systems 2 aligned horizontally and vertically respectively to the longitudinally axis of the racket 1 and crossing or interwoven the entired horizontal and vertical portion of the head framing strings system 5 and 5a diagonally aligned over the head framing systems 2, the horizontal string 6 and the vertical string 6a supporting independently multiple configuration, in other words, the head framing systems 2 allows horizontal string 6 adjust its string tension range individually in single horizontal arrangement, and the vertical string 6a adjust its tension range individually in single vertical arrangement, and horizontal string 6 and vertical 6a support single line horizontal and vertical configuration.

[0025] The head main framing systems 2, supports the horizontal string 6 and vertical string 6a and the main head long axis strings 5 and short axis strings 5a systems diagonally or angularly aligned from the longitudinal axis of the racket 1 and forms the head stringing surface, the head stringing systems in combination with the horizontal 6 and the vertical 6a strings and the long axis strings 5 and the short axis strings 6a forms the central Sweet-spot primary concentrate area 7, the central section of the sweet-spot area 7, interacts directly with the horizontal 6, vertical 6a and long axis strings 5 and short axis strings 5a, forming in the central horizontal and vertical portion of the sweet-spot 7a the primary concentrates strings triangle design, the primary 399 cm2 concentrate sweet-spot area 7 forming with this configurations the largest tennis racket sweet-spot area available today, the secondary concentrate large triangle strings design 7b supports the horizontal 6 and vertical 6a strings and the long axis strings 5 and short axis strings 5a system forming the ball horizontal and vertical hitting surface structure enlarging the sweet-spot peripheral configuration area.

[0026] The innovative neck or throat section 3, supports the left 9 and the right 9a secondary straight extensions arms or shafts, this left secondary angular aligned straight extension shaft 9 interacts directly with the head framing system 2 attaching the left arm or shaft 9 to the central portion of the long axis cross-section of the tennis racket 1 and supports the angular mounted long axis strings system configurations 5, the right secondary angular aligned straight extension arm or shaft 9a, interacts directly with the head framing system 2 attaching the right arm or shaft 9a to the right central portion of the short axis cross-section of the tennis racket 1, and supports the short axis central angular mounted strings system configuration 5a, the left primary straight extension top portion of the shaft 10 supports the left angularly mounted extension shaft 9, and the right primary straight extension top portion of the shaft 10a supports the right angularly mounted extension shaft 9a, the bottom portion of the right shaft 10a and the left shaft 10, supports the middle section central main tennis racket shaft 11 and the exterior rubber-grip pressure tape 11a supporting structure-frame surface primary vibration damping system.

[0027] The innovative handle system 4 supports the body-frame handle system 12, the body-frame handle 12 supports the secondary cushion-grip-pressure tape 12a hand vibration damping device, the bottom portion of the handle end supports the internal mechanism to control manually the adjustment of center of gravity 13a and the exterior 13 adjuster knob.

[0028] Referring to FIG. 2 is a rear elevation view of the preferred embodiment of the tennis racket 1, showing the innovative elliptical head design 2 angularly 45° mounted framing systems, the innovative head framing systems 2 supports the innovative triple independent strings system 6-6a/5-5a and the strings channels system 8, the head framing systems 2, supports the tensor main sole central horizontal string 6 and the main sole central vertical string 6a, the tensors main sole central horizontal 6 and vertical 6a strings are located only on the central portion of the head framing systems 2 aligned horizontally and vertically respectively to the longitudinally axis of the racket 1 and crossing or interwoven the entired horizontal and vertical portion of the head framing strings system 5 and 5a diagonally aligned over the head framing systems 2, the horizontal string 6 and the vertical string 6a supporting independently multiple configuration, in other words, the head framing systems 2 allows horizontal string 6 adjust its string tension range individually in single horizontal arrangement, and the vertical string 6a adjust its tension range individually in single vertical arrangement, and horizontal string 6 and vertical 6a support single line horizontal and vertical configuration.

[0029] The head main framing systems 2, support the horizontal string 6 and vertical string 6a and the main head long axis strings 5 and short axis strings 5a systems, diagonally or angularly aligned from the longitudinal axis of the racket 1 and forms the head stringing surface, the head stringing systems in combination with the horizontal 6 and the vertical 6a strings and the long axis strings 5 and the short axis strings 6a forms the central Sweet-spot primary concentrate area 7, the central section of the sweet-spot area 7, interacts directly with the horizontal 6, vertical 6a and long axis strings 5 and short axis strings 5a, forming in the central horizontal and vertical portion of the sweet-spot 7a the primary concentrates strings triangle design, the primary 399 cm2 concentrate sweet-spot area 7 forming with this configurations the largest tennis racket sweet-spot area available today, the secondary concentrate large triangle strings design 7b supports the horizontal 6 and vertical 6a strings and the long axis strings 5 and short axis strings 5a system forming the ball horizontal and vertical hitting surface structure enlarging the sweet-spot peripheral configuration area.

[0030] The innovative neck or throat section 3, supports the left 9 and the right 9a secondary straight extensions arms or shafts, this left secondary angular aligned straight extension shaft 9 interacts directly with the head framing system 2 attaching the left arm or shaft 9 to the central portion of the long axis cross-section of the tennis racket 1 and supports the angular mounted long axis strings system configurations 5, the right secondary angular aligned straight extension arm or shaft 9a, interacts directly with the head framing system 2 attaching the right arm or shaft 9a to the right central portion of the short axis cross-section of the tennis racket 1, and supports the short axis central angular mounted strings system configuration 5a, the left primary straight extension top portion of the shaft 10 supports the left angularly mounted extension shaft 9, and the right primary straight extension top portion of the shaft 10a supports the right angularly mounted extension shaft 9a, the bottom portion of the right shaft 10a and the left shaft 10, supports the middle section central main tennis racket shaft 11 and the exterior rubber-grip pressure tape 11a supporting the structure-frame surface primary vibration damping system.

[0031] The innovative handle system 4 supports the body-frame handle system 12, the body-frame handle 12 supports the secondary cushion-grip-pressure tape 12a hand vibration damping device, the bottom portion of the handle end supports the internal mechanism to control manually the adjustments of the tennis racket center of gravity 13a, and the exterior 13 adjuster knob.

[0032] Referring to FIG. 3 is a right side elevation view of the another preferred embodiment 1, showing the innovative right side portion head framing system 2, supporting the independent triple strings and strings channels 8, detailing the central sole main string 16 and string 16 configuration, the top or front string channel 16b and string 16b configuration, and the bottom or rear string channel 16a and string 16a configuration, this particular peripheral head framing system 2 support the head racket framing edge cover 14a, the side view middle section neck system 3, and finally the handle system 4.

[0033] Referring to FIG. 4 is a left side elevation view of the another preferred embodiment 1, showing the innovative right side portion head framing system 2, supporting the independent triple strings and strings channels 8, detailing the central sole main string 16 and string 16 configuration, the top or front string channel 16b and string 16b configuration, and the bottom or rear string channel 16a and string 16a configuration, this particular peripheral head framing system 2 support the head racket framing edge cover 14a, the side view middle section neck system 3, and finally the handle system 4.

[0034] Referring to FIG. 5 is a bottom elevation view of the tennis racket 1, showing the innovative handle 4, center of gravity adjustable weight device 13a end a adjustable knob control device 13, detailing the adjustable center of gravity weight positioning indicator clock 17, one side of the strings channels 8 without central strings channels cover protector 14, and the other side of the central strings channel 8 with full peripheral central head strings channels system cover protector 14.

[0035] Referring to FIG. 6 is a top elevation view of the tennis racket 1, showing the innovative head framing system 2, detailing the strings channels 16-16a-16b covered by the strings cover protector 14, and the head peripheral edge cover protector 14a, and showing partially the handle system and center of gravity adjustable knob 13.

[0036] Referring to FIG. 7 is a front elevation in cross-sectional view of the lower portion extension of the main framing system of the tennis racket 4, detailing the innovative handle main-framing anti-vibration damper system 17, the handle body-frame 12, which is embedded directly into the lower portion of the main framing central shaft 11a, detailing the multiple sections 15, 15a and 15b, the upper section 15, represents the widest-portion of the main framing central portion shaft extension 11, the middle section 15a, represents the middle-widest-portion of the main framing central portion shaft extension 11, and the lower section 15b, represents the lowest-portion of the main framing system central portion shaft extension system 11, the particular handle body-frame 12, which is a independent component from main-framing system 17, which is bonded and embedded directly over the entire surface of the tennis racket lower section main frame shaft 11a, in the exterior portion of the handle body-frame 12 supports the overgrip-tape 12a-FIG. 1, the handle main-framing central shaft 11a and lower extension 15b, supports the tennis racket main framing system with the special shocks absorber vibration dampening system 16, this special shocks absorber device 16, interacts with the end portion of the main framing shaft 11a lower extension 15b supporting together the racket shaft 11a and the handle body-frame 12, the mechanical device 13a supports the center of gravity adjustable weight distribution device system and the exterior adjustable knob 13.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[0037] This tennis racket in accordance with this present invention, there is provided a newly longitudinal axis asymmetrical tennis racket head frame and framing systems, which support an elliptical head design angularly mounted and rotated 45° from the head frame long axis measured from the longitudinal axis of the racket.

[0038] It is a further object of this present invention it is to provide a head frame and framing systems angularly mounted, at the same time supporting a plurality of strings systems horizontally, vertically and diagonally aligned, in which includes three independent strings aligned in horizontal, transversal and angular or diagonal position measured from the center of the longitudinal axis of the racket, the head framing system, supports in the peripheral of the head frame three independent strings channels, the central string channel portion support the tensor main sole string which is independently mounted and adjusted to a variety of different tension ranges, this particular central tensor main sole string are mounted in horizontal and vertical direction from the dynamic center of gravity or percussion center of the racket, this particular tensor main sole string also crossing longitudinally and vertically the sweet-spot central area and interconnects with a plurality of angularly head long axis and short axis mounted strings, the other two strings channels are located parallelly to the central tensor main sole string channel, in which all the strings diagonally aligned interacting with the horizontal and transversal tensor main sole string and crossing diagonally the entire stringed head framing system surface, and specially originate the central primary concentration of the sweet-spot area, the diagonally strings aligned are mounted around the periphery of the main head framing system and the strings tension ranges are individually adjustable.

[0039] In a preferred embodiment, the head framing provide three strings systems independently mounted and operated, the central longitudinal and transversal tensor main sole string crossing the full head strung surface in longitudinal and transversal directions over the central portion of the head sweet-spot area where is interwoven by the two main head framing strings diagonally aligned, the main head framing diagonally aligned cross strings, form a plurality of primary concentrate strings triangles figures and creates the primary concentrated sweet-spot area, when the tensor main sole string take place the central longitudinal, transversal and diagonal strings automatically change the origin formation from geometrically square figure to a concentrate triangular symmetrical figures, and forms the novel head strung surface of the present tennis racket invention.

[0040] Additional object of this present invention it is to provide a tennis racket novel neck or throat system, the throat section has a primary and secondary arms or shafts, which supports the handle and the main head frame and framing systems, the secondary symmetrically left and right straight extension portion and the throat-base-shaft section are designed, mounted and embedded inside the top central portion of the handle body-frame system, measured or aligned from the longitudinal axis of the tennis racket, the primary asymmetrically extension arms or shafts, designed and mounted in a angular opposite direction with a opening angle range from 0° to 70° measured or aligned from the longitudinal axis of the tennis racket and starting on the top portions of the secondary straight symmetrically 0° parallel aligned arms or shafts, having the left shaft, which is the shorter arm supports and interacts directly with the central bottom long axis head main frame and framing system and the plurality of angular mounted long axis head framing strings systems measured or aligned from the longitudinal axis of the tennis racket, the right shaft or longer shaft, supports and interacts directly with the central right side shorter axis head main frame and framing systems and the angular mounted or aligned short axis strings configuration system.

[0041] Other additional object of this present invention it is to provide a novel tennis racket handle system, comprises a body-frame handle in which the top portion receive the tennis racket main frame lower portion throat-base-shaft system embedded on the top portion of the body-frame handle, in which the bottom portion of the body-frame handle support the entire main framing system fixation devices, and the mechanism device to control and adjust manually the center of gravity of the present tennis racket invention.

[0042] It is therefore a principal object to this present invention to provide a tennis racket with superior and advanced overall head frame and framing systems, novel asymmetrical head and throat systems design, with the most relevant both side playing characteristic and variable dynamic geometry, novel triple independent stringing pattern and strings channels system, with variable and configurable strings patterns, with multiple and independent strings tension ranges, advanced control over the strings transmission of waves vibration from the framing system, novel control of energy transmitted to the ball and novel control over the strings dynamics, in which many improvements was made over the physical tennis racket structure, which supports a advanced exceptional comfort, precision control and high power. Furthermore, supports the unique primary concentrate central triangular strings horizontal and vertical configuration and arrange over 390 cm2 of sweet-spot area, and finally to upgrade the unique tennis racket dynamic center of gravity up to 54.5 cm in a overall length 70 cm measured from the tennis racket handle end.

OBJECTS AND ADVANTAGES

[0043] Principal objects, advantages and novel features of the present invention are:

[0044] (a) to provide a tennis racket with advanced new elliptical improved head frame and framing system angularly 45° design, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0045] (b) to provide a tennis racket with advanced head framing systems triple independent strings and strings channels systems independently mounted and operated with variable strings configurations and tension range adjustments, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0046] (c) to provide a tennis racket with advanced head framing system supporting a single horizontally and vertically aligned central tensor main sole string, which simultaneously control the entired head strings transmission of waves vibrations from the framing system, and compensate the energy transmitted to the ball, and control the dynamics expansion of the strings automatically, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0047] (d) to provide a tennis racket with advanced head framing system triple strings channels supporting the triple strings system and control independently the tension adjustment of each string without superimpose one string and the top of each other and providing aerodynamic air drag resistant head frame cover to covering and hiding the strings channels, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0048] (e) to provide a tennis racket with advanced horizontal vertical and diagonal stringing system supporting the most largest primary concentrate 390 cm2 of central sweet-spot area, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0049] (f) to provide a tennis racket with advanced neck system supporting the head frame and framing system in special angular 45° with symmetrical and asymmetrical arms extension, interconnecting the head frame and framing system with the top portion of the body-frame handle system trough the lower portion of the throat-base-shaft providing a reliable advanced tennis racket frame damping system, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0050] (g) to provide a tennis racket with 70 cm overall length measured from the handle end with the highest dynamic center of gravity of 54.5 cm measured from the handle end, and handle body-frame system, which support the mechanical device, variable and adjustable center of gravity from 35 to 42 cm measured from the handle end, not available in any other classic or improved tennis racket.

[0051] These, and others additional objects, advantages and novel futures of this present invention will become apparent after reading the detailed descriptions and arrangements of the preferred embodiments therefore in reference to the appended drawings and text.