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Comments: I am a 32 year old male that is a 3.5-4.0 player with computer nerd arms. I have gone through a lot of
different styles of racquets, all of which were head light, and pretty standard 100 in headsize. I hit with my wife's old Prince
Thunderlite with a heavy oversized head and I fell in love. My usual hitting partner couldn't handle me with it so I began searching
for a 105 in headsize, even balance racket and this is where I landed. This really is a dream racquet for me. I am making 25% less
errors over my last 3 matches where my wife would record my stats (she's a keeper). I am not getting pushed around, my baseline
game is rock solid, my volleys are more forgiving, and most of all my half volleys are really improved. Serves are great for
placement and consistency. The extra head size is really helping out with my 2 hand backhand as well. If you have a loose-ish
grip and a bit weaker arm strength I can't recommend this racquet enough. No racquet has morphed my game like this one.
Comments: This is a wonderful racquet, and very comfortable if you have tennis elbow.
Comments: Love this racquet. I'm a 65+ year old male 3.5 player needing more power. Great power, control, and
it volleys beautifully. Still getting used to the power. Strung at 60 lbs with a 17 gauge string. This racquet has really helped with
every shot. Strong groundstrokes and volleys. Nice touch. Tried the racquet every day since I received it and it is so comfortable,
I played a tourney the next day with it. Moved up from a 100 square inch, lighter racquet and this is a big improvement in all areas
of the court.
Comments: I developed elbow and shoulder pain using Babolat Pure Drives. I was worried I was sacrificing power
for comfort, but 8 hours on the court with the X Force Comps and this wand is an absolute dream. Precision and power from the
baseline, very maneuverable at the net.
Comments: Switched to this racquet from the Pro Kennex Redondo Mid. Due to a larger head (105 vs 93 sq inches),
more spin generation, forgiveness, and power. I like the soft feel. Starting to dial in power. So far, I'm satisfied with larger the
Comments: I have a degree of shoulder and elbow discomfort with many racquets. I've tried pretty much all of the
sticks that are advertised as "arm friendly" from all manufacturers, including Pro Kennex, Volkl, Babolat, Head, Wilson, etc. I
demoed this one on the recommendation of our club pro. Believe me, this is the best, by far, for comfort while maintaining very
good pop. Give this a test if you have any arm issues, or even if you don't. You'll be happy you got off the "big name" teat.
Comments: I am just getting back into tennis after about 20 years off and decided it was
time to let technology help my game. I just completed a rather extensive demo of "tweener"
racquets (Volkl Organix 4, Prince EXO3 Red 105, Volkl Organix V1 Mid Plus, Head Radical IG
OS, Pro Kennex Ki 20, Wilson Blade Team) and this one was the clear winner for me out of the
bunch. I was looking for something that provided a comfortable response while not
sacrificing on power and a generous sweetspot. At the end it came down to this frame and
the Prince and I felt this one was a bit more forgiving and a bit more comfortable. Highly
recommend, at the very least a demo of this one!
Comments: Great racquet, good power, nice control and easy on the elbow. Highly recommend it.
Comments: I tried this after playing with the X-Force, and it offers the same results: great control, comfort, and
handling. But it definitely has a bigger sweet spot and added power on serves and volleys. I will be ordering a pair soon.
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