What was the Prostaff Tour 90 like?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by bluetrain4, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. bluetrain4

    bluetrain4 Legend

    Feb 2, 2007
    Never got to use one. Just curious. Looks like a great stick.
  2. Tennis Man

    Tennis Man Hall of Fame

    Aug 30, 2006
    Sunshine State
    it's very similar to n6.1 and K90 Tour, IMO
  3. Tour 90

    Tour 90 Semi-Pro

    Nov 12, 2006
    very nice racquet, if there were no n90's, this would be my choice.
    Kinda stiff but great control, especially volleys.
    And when you say, never got to use one, their not that old, its actually not hard to find a few these days
  4. fgzhu88

    fgzhu88 Semi-Pro

    Dec 7, 2006
    serves took me like 2 hours to get used to. spin friendly. groundstrokes are amazing w/ this racquet. for me, slices are hard.
  5. 640x480

    640x480 New User

    Aug 11, 2005
    Finally got to playing with my newly aquired 6.0 90. Not as heavy as when I first tried a N90, but I did get a little stronger.

    Feels and looks great...the best volleying raquet I've ever used. Back Hands were stable and forehands were controlled. I could hit these nice flat shots with ease but the small head and tight stringbed means I need to be technically sound to create lots of topspin (if need be). Back hand slices were nice indeed. If you don't get lazy you can do what you want with it.

    Prob the best looking 90 in my opinion.
  6. Tour 90

    Tour 90 Semi-Pro

    Nov 12, 2006
    640x480, do you mean the prostaff tour 90, not the 6.0 90? Unless you somehow have Fed's racquet!
  7. Cavaleer

    Cavaleer Semi-Pro

    Mar 31, 2005
    It's a great stick. It has a solid feel, stiff, heavy and hits every shot well but it has more power and solidity than the PS 85, especially from the baseline. It doesn't have as much feel as the 85 but compared to Wilson's more recent "players" frames it's a regular CNN.

    The Tour 90 is different from the nCode 90....It doesn't feel muted or blunted like the nCode, and I preferred its balance much more than the nCode. The nCode always felt awkward in my hand.

    But the Tour 90 is VERY, VERY, VERY DIFFFERENT from the K-90. I could never play with the K-90. It feels cheap and flimsy. Others love it, however.

    Wilson could easily sell all three of these raquets, along with the PS 85 and 95.

    They're ALL very distinct frames that will attract and please different types of players. Head has about 3 or 4 player's sticks, if I'm not mistaken. Prince has at least two. Volkl has 3 or 4, as do Fisher and Babolat.

    Instead, Wilson's gimmicks and games drove me away from them permanently into the lovely arms of Vantage.

    Maybe they'll learn, one day. I'm not holding my breath.

    Last edited: Apr 14, 2007
  8. jdeloach

    jdeloach Professional

    Oct 22, 2006

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