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Comments: I bought this racquet based on the specifications. I played with it for the first time yesterday and think I
made a good choice. The head-heaviness of this racquet has given me more accuracy and power on my serve. Also, the balance
seems to help with defensive back hands. I bought two and may buy one or two more as I think it's been discontinued.
From: Joe, 1/14
Comments: Although the regular Prince Warrior replaces the White (my previous stick), I prefer the Team version.
It's very easy on the wrist, comfortable, and light. The only weak spot was some trouble getting pace/accuracy on serves with this
racquet, especially versus the beefier Dunlop Biomimetic 400 Tour and regular, and the Babolat Pure Drive I playtested at length.
The light weight meant that the racquet never felt too heavy as a match wore on. The 4-1/2" grip is a just a little larger than the
4-1/2" on my O3 White (with an overgrip, its 4 5/8").
From: Rob, 6/12
String type and tension: Wilson K Gut Pro 16, 56 lbs
Comments: Impressive racquet. Good control, power and maneuverability.
From: Dalit, 6/12
String type: ALU Power Rough
NTRP Rating: 4.0
Comments: This Warrior Team is probably one of the best sticks I have
right now. I'm used to more of the heavier sticks around 12 oz. but when
I tried this out for the first time, it did not disappoint me. The team
might feel light but it really helps with swinging through the balls. It
had the power I needed for depth and pace, and I found good control with
it. If it feels a little too light for you, just beef it up with lead
From: Kevin, 5/12
Comments: The warrior team surprised me. I'm use to playing with heavier, player
type sticks, but tried my hitting partners warrior team because he kept on raving
about it. I wasn't expecting much, but ended up playing three sets with it and
loved everything about it. Don't let the lighter weight or team designation turn you
off. It plays a lot heavier, has fantastic maneuverability, very good power - but not
too much, and surprising control. The balance, comfort level and swing weight surprised me
the most. I could do anything I wanted with this racquet. Very impressed. I even
preferred it over the regular warrior which is also a great racquet. The team
actually played slightly heavier, but in a good way. Definitely worth serious
consideration if you are a 3.0 - 4.5 player.
From: Anon, 3/12
Comments: Remember the legendary O3 White?...well the "O3 White" of EXO3 is finally here in this
used to play with the O3 White ever since high school...until now!
From: Carmen Hamilton, 2/12