The Titanium Match Point now features special extra-hard caster wheels which ensure that speed and maneuverability are not simply absorbed in the wheels. The extra-wide front "footprint" (distance between the caster housings) provides the stability that is often necessary when a tennis player leans forward and to the side to reach a difficult shot. Bolt-on toe clips hold the user's feet on the footplates as they attempt to stretch forward when going after the ball.
The 5th wheel anti-brace is a new option featured on the Titanium Match Point. This adjustable brace, located between the backrest towel bar and the integrated anti-tip, eliminates the rearward flex in the seat frame caused when the player leans backwards. With this option, the player no longer has to adjust to the flex in the seat when serving or leaning back for a slam.
And of course, the chair does what every athletic wheelchair is designed to do - provide the user with a sturdy and stable frame that comes equipped with the camber angles players require to prevent tipping during use.