please do a review with the rqis tour 1

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  1. gerikoh

    gerikoh Semi-Pro

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    hi tw. the rqis tour1 caught my attention and i'm kinda tempted to try it. but it's so hard to demo it since i'm thousand of miles away from you guys. and especially that i'm with wilson at the moment. so i guess a review from you guys would be a good thing to do especially that a lot of people would want to try it. ;)
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    We're currently wrapping up this review. Look for it to be posted in the next week or two.

    Spencer, TW.
     
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  3. gerikoh

    gerikoh Semi-Pro

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    yey!! thanks tw, you guys are the best!! :)
     
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  4. Fedace

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    I have to disagree with TW reviews. I hit with Tour-1 few hours now and it feels fairly powerful. now this is provided that you hit the sweetspot. if you misshit the ball all the time, you will find that this is not the racket for you. on both serves and groudies, there is good supply of power as long as you hit the sweet spot.
     
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  5. ollinger

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    You're deluding yourself. A racquet with that degree of flex and that small a head couldn't possibly have much power. Notwithstanding the review, most feedback has noted low power.
     
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  6. Fedace

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    Yes, it has low power if you cannot hit the sweet spot consistantly. Upper level players can find the sweet spot consistantly. it has a tiny sweet spot compared to RDS001 midplus. also on serving, i could generate power with ease with tour-1, albeit it i demoed this racket during indoor conditions. Demo was strung with Gamma fat core synthetic.
     
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