Prince Tour 100 16×18 (David Ferrer) Racquet Review May 3, 2015 adminGreatest Spanish Tennis Players21 Comments on Prince Tour 100 16×18 (David Ferrer) Racquet Review Video Score: 4 / 5
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This sounds very interesting to me. I don’t know if it’s primarily from my
current racquet (Head GRP), or due to the fact that I’ve been playing too
consistently to give my sore tendons time to heal, but I’m willing to give
a racquet like the Prince Tour a spin. I’ve also been stringing with the
Lux 4G @ 52 lbs for the past year or so, is there a particular string or
type of string that would be recommended with this racquet and at what
tension which recommends Luxilon Big Banger for Original Gauge: 16 / 1.30mm
String ( like control)
Hi there. Great reviewing and testing in general. Keep up the good work!
What do you think of this racket compared with the Radical Pro? I tested
this one and i loved its soft feeling, its swinging and its spinning effect
especially on running forehands, but i lacked of power. I have also read
great comments on the Radical. What is your opinion?
during IPTL, I saw santoro using this version. am I right or wrong?
Graphene Instinct MP comparison Prince Tour 100 16×18 (David Ferrer) which
would be more comfortable
I have played with Volkl V-Torque (1.23) in my Prince Tour 95. I’ve put it
at 49/47 lbs. Two weeks ago I replaced Tour 95 with Tour 100 (16×18) for
better spin and forgiveness. What tension do you recommend in this case?
(propably higher, how much?)
Thanks in advice
im a big fan of this predecessor exo3 version.
really nice spin potential, which is my favorite strength
but when i need to flatten out the ball for a winner it makes me a little
im definitely satisfied with exo3 Tour100 without flat hits.
hows the new version? or is there any other stick you wanna recommend to me?
i’d like to bash the balls on the baseline
I haven’t looked at all the racquet reviews but this scored a 92 on
comfort. But is this the most comfortable racquet? :)
hey, i am a proud owner of the predecessor, and my hand has outgrown the
racquet. how does it play in comparison to the 2014 version, is it more
stable or manueverable at net?
Views on this vs the Prince Pro Tour 100 Andy/Chris (or anyone else for
Will this frame be available in Europe too?
1:58: Whoops… ;)
HI, Advice me the recommend string tension?
Hi TW how does this compare to the new yonex ezone ai 100, the babolat pure
drive and the babolat aeropro drive? I’m looking for a bit of pop with good
spin and control, thanks
Would this be easier on the elbow than the 18×20 version? What are the
differences between this and the 18×20?
Will there be a review of the ESP version? I was also wondering, when I buy
a racquet (Europe) will the stringing tool be included? The boomerang tool?
Prince Tour 100 16×18 vs Steam 99s?
How would this compare to V1 Volkl Pro ? and is it similar feel ?
A team version of the new Tour model is what I was thinking! Sorry.
I have a doughter playing and we are about to try the arm friendly exo 3
team. But maybe we should wait for a Tour team? 16-18 295 grams? Now she is
playing with 270 g babolat pure drive lite. It’s to stiff. She just started
playing with polyester strings so I’m looking for a armfriendly and more
havy racket for her.
Hi and thank you fore all the grate revews!
Do you know if Prince is releasing a team version of the exo 3?
Great review! I have a question about the grip size (never used prince
racquet before). Is it comparable with wilson BLX prostaff 90? Or, is it
significantly smaller or larger?
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