exo 3 tour (18/20 or 16/19) vs rdis 200

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by markwillplay, May 15, 2011.

  1. markwillplay

    markwillplay Professional

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    aight, getting redy to get back into the game after long injury layoff...by specs and past experiences, narrowed my search down to these two. anyone hit with both??? Used to play with becker mids but no need to go back to those. I need a bit more forgiveness. Still want good stability and control but won't play as much. Still agressive game (move forward a lot). Hit me.
     
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  2. tata

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    I can only comment on the exo3 tour 18x20. Couldn't get it here in australia so i did research with a leap of faith. Strung it with PHT 17 as mains and prince premier softlex 17 as crosses and i quite love it. Quite headlight and easy to whip. Although it has a very thin beam and most of the weight is in the handle area its actually quite stable IMO. It's not as springy and trampoliney as the other princes and still has a crisp feel to it. Spin was easy to generate despite what people say about dense patterns. Very easy to manuveur
     
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  3. ptr

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    Different sticks, different feel. Yonex more stiff.
     
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  4. scotus

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    I don't know what injury you had, but Prince Exo3 Tour is the most comfortable racquet out there, more comfortable than the venerable PK Kinetic System racquets (including 5G, 7G and Ki5) and the Vantage Bastcores with sub-50 stiffness ratings.
     
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  5. markwillplay

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    gotcha....
     
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