Racket Review: Prince TeXtreme Tour 100T
This Prince racket is all about producing baseline power
In the second part of our 2017 racket reviews our testers put rackets aimed at club players through their paces.
All of our testers were drawn to the almost fluorescent black and orange look, picking up some brownie points before a ball had been struck. As one of the skinniest frames in the intermediate pack this racket is certainly suited to a player who prefers a less chunky racket.
The testers were impressed with the size of the sweet spot which allowed us to accrue plenty of power, particularly at the back of the court, as well as proving to be forgiving if we misfired on occasions.
Jem said: “I managed to get good control as well, I could maintain good racket head speed due to the thin beam.”
For a club player who is after power, spin and a thinner feel to their racket then check out this model.
PRINCE TeXtreme Tour 100T
Head size: 100 sq in
Unstrung weight: 290g
String pattern: 16 x 18
Beam: 20-23-22 mm
Length: 27 in