ntour best racquet

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Ryoma Kun, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. Ryoma Kun

    Ryoma Kun Semi-Pro

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    ive had this racquet for about 2 weeks now as a demo and ive played 3 3-set matches. im beginning to really like thsi racquet and im considering a switch.

    anyone switch to this magnificent stick?
     
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  2. tedmeister

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    What set up do you have for string and tension? Do you have the wilson reaction string on it that you were raving about earlier? How does it compare to the H tour?
     
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  3. Ryoma Kun

    Ryoma Kun Semi-Pro

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    nah, i kept the reaction strings for MY racquets. i strung up the ntour with duraflex 17g (which i also love)

    the ntour is better than teh htour in every possible way, esp at the net. the racquet has a pretty much even balance and feels solid on every shot. and it matches my 1971 BMW 2002 painted in colorado orange.
     
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  4. bruinp

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    Ryoma Kun's opinion is very clear. Other people on the Ntour?
     
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  5. johnmcc516

    johnmcc516 Semi-Pro

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    I have demoed it and its a solid racquet. I am thinking about buying the nCode n6.1 but I am going to try to demo the nTour once more because I hit so well with it. The groundstrokes really feel good with this racquet. Its quite a bit more flexible and a little lighter than most players frames, but I had incredible control when hitting with this racquet.
     
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  6. Jon Hampton

    Jon Hampton Rookie

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    Both the n6.1 and the ntour are very solid rackets. In my opinion--since I've demoed both--you're going to get faster results with the ntour, than the n6.1. But, the n6.1 will take your game farther if you're willing to get used to its specs.
     
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  7. johnmcc516

    johnmcc516 Semi-Pro

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    I agree with Hampton. The nTour is a bit more forgiving than the n6.1 however, I see a better potential for my game with the n6.1 than I do the nTour. Needless to say, the nTour is a great stick.
     
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  8. Prostaffer

    Prostaffer Semi-Pro

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    i grabbed it from our demo desk and teach with it all the time. like the feel of it.
     
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