KPro Tour or KBlade Tour

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  1. TennisVet

    TennisVet Rookie

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    ^Which one should I choose? I'm around 3.0 and 3.5 NTRP who likes to put a lot of work on the ball and also have control.
     
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  2. feyya

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    for once i'll actually say the kpro
     
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  3. BullDogTennis

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    for sure a kpro--if you do not have very long swings, and alot of head speed you'll only go downhill using a kblade tour...its lack of power will probably be to much for a 3.0-3.5
     
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  4. 2nd_Serve

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    Definately the Kpro. Like it says above, power making might be too much for a 3.0-3.5 player. Also, since you say you like to play with control and make the ball "work", then the Kpro might match up with you real good.
     
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  5. Gmedlo

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    You need something with more power than both of those racquets.
     
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  6. justsomeecho

    justsomeecho Banned

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    i dont know how you'd play with a tour racquet when youre a 3.0 but i'd say kpro, no way are you gonna be having a good time w/ a 93inch frame
     
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  7. Ambivalent

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    I'd suggest ktour if anything

    Too many weaker players try to play up on racquets. Might make you feel good but your game will suffer
     
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  8. smO

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    I heard they are both very low powered..
     
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  9. BullDogTennis

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    kblade tour is very low power, if you dont have an extremely fast swing then your not gonna have much luck with it, also its not the easiest to generate spin unless you have long swings...personally i love it, but i cant see myself being able to play with it even a year ago.
     
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